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Dr Nicoleta Cinpoes

Research Fellow

BA (Suceava, Romania), MA and PhD in English (Warwick, UK)

I have joined the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance in October 2005 as a Research Fellow. Funded by HEIF, my first project was to produce a web-site on Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy, with materials on its page and stage history that will facilitate and enrich the teaching and research of this play. Structured into five databases - timeline, key fragments, performance history, Doing Kyd Conference, bibliography - the material is available on http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/elizabethan_jacobean_drama/kyd/ .

Currently I am working on Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama, a project funded by EIF - University of Warwick and The Capital Centre.

My research interests include Shakespeare (performed, filmed, recycled), Renaissance theatre and its production - then and now, British contemporary drama, translation studies, audience response, (Eastern) European playwriting and performance, Romanian literature at large.

I have published on Hamlet on stage and in film; on re-writings of Shakespeare in Bond, Wesker, Marowitz and Stoppard; on theatre audiences; and on Romanian translations of Shakespeare. Currently I am working on a book on Romania's Hamlet and editing Doing Kyd. A collection of critical essays on Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy.

'Lose the name of action': Stillness in Post-1989 Romanian Hamlet, Shakespeare Bulletin 25.1 (Spring, 2007), 61-85

‘Modes of Dealing with the Tragic in Bond’s Lear,’ in Shakespeariana 2004, (Galaţi: Ed. Europlus, 2005), 79-101

Hamletul nostru cel de toate zilele?’ [Our daily Hamlet?], The Romanian National Library Journal, 1(2004), 34-8

Hamlet in bits and pieces’: Glimpses of the Reel Hamlet (Coronado’s ‘Naked Hamlet’ vs. Branagh’s Hamlet of Our Discontent), in Messages, Sages, and Ages, (Suceava: USV Press, 2004), 501-11

‘Reading the Eye in Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s Romeo Juliet’, Acta Iassyensia Comparationis, 1(2003) 31-9

‘Theatre Audience: Between Outcast and Being Cast’, in “Ştefan cel Mare” University of Suceava Annals, vol. VII(Suceava: USV Press, 2002), 105-111


 

 

 

 

Contact:

Humanities Building

Room 530 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)

Tel: 02476523649

e-mail: Nicoleta.Cinpoes@warwick.ac.uk