- The purpose of The International Susan Glaspell Society is the recognition of Susan Glaspell as a major American dramatist and fiction writer through the ongoing production of high-quality scholarship and critical analysis of all her works, participation in national and international conferences, performances and public readings of her plays, and commitment to reprinting and teaching her plays, stories, and novels.View on FacebookInternational Susan Glaspell Society shared a link.February 24th, 2015 at 9:49amLaw-Abidingness: "A Jury of Her Peers" by Susan Glaspell
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-A4FM1dHnMLaw-Abidingness: "A Jury of Her Peers" by Susan GlaspellSusan Glaspell (1876--1948) was an award-winning playwright and novelist, a writer of short stories, and, for a short while, a journalist. This story, "A Jur...2 2 View on FacebookInternational Susan Glaspell Society shared a link.January 29th, 2015 at 8:05amCONFERENCE, Toulouse (France), 9-10 Feb. 2015
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Martha C. Carpentier, President of the ISGS, will present Susan Glaspell's Trifles and "A Jury of her Peers".
A reading of Trifles by the students from Toulouse University is scheduled on 9 Feb. (directed by Emeline Jouve)
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TIME TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE ISGlaspell Society!
The International Susan Glaspell Society is very active in pursuing our stated mission through publication, conference panels and presentations, and staged readings. The Society offers many opportunities for new scholars of Glaspell’s work to present at major national and international conferences. Additional benefits of membership in this Society are lots of great conversation and association with a community of scholars who appreciate the work of Susan Glaspell and feel that she has been known only for “Trifles” and “A Jury of Her Peers” long enough! We encourage you to join us.
>> To join the ISGS: http://blogs.shu.edu/glaspellsociety/membership/1 View on FacebookInternational Susan Glaspell Society shared a link.January 1st, 2015 at 12:19pmABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL S. GLASPELL SOCIETY
The International Susan Glaspell Society was formed in 2003, following a year of exciting Glaspell conference panels at the American Theatre and Drama Society section of the American Literature Association Conference in Boston and at the Twentieth Century Literature Conference in Louisville. The growing membership of the ISG Society reflects the continued growth of Glaspell scholarship as more and more academics, scholars, theatre professionals, and general readers realize that Glaspell is a major American woman writer whose remarkable body of work — drama, journalism, short fiction, and novels — has been too long overlooked.
The International Susan Glaspell Society is an Affiliated Society of the Society for the Study of American Women Writers (SSAWW) and as such SGS members enjoy many of its benefits, including access to its 420-member listserv and opportunities to propose and participate in Society-sponsored panels at bi-annual SSAWW conferences as well as at SSAWW-sponsored panels at regional MLA meetings. The Society is also affiliated with five other theatre and dramatist societies: the American Theater and Drama Society (ATDS), the Eugene O’Neill Society, the Arthur Miller Society, the Thornton Wilder Society, and the Lillian Hellman Society. Along with these societies the International Susan Glaspell Society sponsors panels regularly at the American Literature Association Conference, in concert with ATDS at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, and at the Eugene O’Neill Society International conferences. The Society encourages all of its members to propose, organize, and participate in panels.
Founding members of The International Susan Glaspell Society in 2003 were Martha C. Carpentier, Barbara Ozieblo, Marcia Noe, Lucia V. Sander, Mary E. Papke, and Susan Koprince.
- French Society of Modernist Studies Inaugural Conference 2014
- Orange Tree Stages Springs Eternal 2013
- Shaw Festival in Ontario ProducesTrifles 2013
- 2013 Business Meeting Minutes
- Intertextuality in American Drama: Critical Essays on Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller and Other Playwrights (McFarland 2013)
“‘My Beloved Community’: The Provincetown Players and Modernist Drama in the United States” is the title of the panel presented by ISGS members at the inaugural international conference of the French Society of Modernist Studies, entitled Modernist Communities, on April 25-26, 2014, at the University of the Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France. Continue reading
Once again the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, U.K., is proving its commitment to reviving the works of America’s greatest female playwright, Susan Glaspell, with their world premiere of her final play, Springs Eternal, directed by Sam Waters. For those of you who are near or can make the trip to London, Springs Eternal runs until October 19th, and the ISGS will hold a seminar on October 12th featuring Barbara Ozieblo, Emeline Jouve, Linda Ben-Zvi, Sherry Engle, Drew Eisenhauer, Noelia Hernando-Real, and J. Ellen Gainor. Continue reading
Billed as “two gripping marital mysteries by two playwrights who helped bring modern drama to America,” the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lakes, Ontario, presents Glaspell’s Trifles on the same bill as Eugene O’Neill’s A Wife for a Life from May 29 to October 12 at the Court House Theatre as part of their “lunchtime one-acts” program. Continue reading
Friday, May 25, 2013, at the ALA Conference, Boston. In attendance: Cheryl Black, Martha Carpentier, Sharon Friedman, Noelia Hernando-Real, Basia Ozieblo, Michael Winetsky. 1) Martha Carpentier, on behalf of the International Susan Glaspell Society, thanked Sharon Friedman for organizing the … Continue reading
Intertextuality in American Drama: Critical Essays on Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller and Other Playwrights (McFarland 2013)
Edited by ISGS and Eugene O’Neill Society members and theater scholars Drew Eisenhauer and Brenda Murphy, this anthology provides a wide range of new essays on such diverse American dramatists as Eugene O’Neill, Susan Glaspell, Thornton Wilder, Arthur Miller, Maurine Dallas Watkins, Sophie Treadwell, and Washington Irving. Continue reading
In their interdisciplinary study 1915: The Cultural Moment, Adele Heller and Lois Rudnick observe that progressive groups in New York’s Greenwich Village devoted to creating “a millennium of social peace and justice on American shores, faced the paralyzing horror of the Great War, now entering its second of four years.” Continue reading
Prof. Cheryl Black directed Trifles and Milbre Burch presented her original monologue directed by Emily A. Rollie, “Sometimes I Sing,” a moving sequel to Trifles, as part of a triple bill including a new adaptation by cfrancis blackchild of Zora Neale Hurston’s “Sweat” entitled “The Devil’s Own” and directed by Laura M. Nelson, all under the umbrella title “Justice Served.” The interdisciplinary symposia at University of Missouri featured visiting scholars Patricia L. Bryan (Chapel Hill), ISGS member and author of Midnight Assassin: Murder in America’s Heartland, and Hurston biographer Valerie Boyd (University of Georgia). The performances were sold out and the postshow discussions, led by Bryan and Boyd, were fabulous! Continue reading
J. Ellen Gainor lectured on Glaspell at an event hosted by the League of Professional Theatre Women on Monday, May 14, 2012 at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, 365 Fifth Avenue @ 35th Street, New York City. The documentary … Continue reading
Published by McFarland, Noelia Hernando-Real’s exploration of eleven Glaspell plays written between 1915 and 1943 focuses on one of her major themes, the interplay between place and identity. Hernando-Real examines the means Glaspell employs to engage her characters in proxemical and verbal dialectics with the forces of place that turn them into victims of location, and her characters’ attempts to escape the influence of territoriality and shape identities of their own. Continue reading
“The Romance of Theater: American Drama and its Stories,” May 28-30, 2012, Seville, Spain. Noelia Hernando-Real chaired the Glaspell Society panel, featuring papers by Cheryl Black, Michael Winetsky, and Nieves Alberola Crespo. A large contingent of Glaspellians attended this conference hosted by the University of Seville in beautiful Andalucia, Spain!