- 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.International Susan Glaspell Society2 weeks ago**PUBLICATION: Coming soon!**
Susan Glaspell's Poetics and Politics of Rebellion by Emeline J. Jouve (University of Iowa Press)
> Out in July 2017
https://www.uipress.uiowa.edu/books/2017-spring/susan-glaspell%E2%80%99s-poetics-and-politics-rebellion.htmInternational Susan Glaspell Society4 weeks ago**PUBLICATION**
A Review of the Exhibition “Susan Glaspell (1876-1948): pionera del teatro experimental. Trifles, los Provincetown Players y el teatro de vanguardia” (“Susan Glaspell (1876-1948): The Pioneer of Experimental Theatre. Trifles, the Provincetown Players and the Avant-garde Theatre”)
Author: Quetzalina Lavalle Salvatori
Exhibition by Noelia Hernando-Real
Editor: Emeline Jouve
https://miranda.revues.org/7735International Susan Glaspell Society added 2 new photos.2 months ago**SEMINAR on Trifles: Toulouse, March, 30th**
Come and join our American Lab by the AMERICAN THEATRE PROJECT founded by Céline Nogueira and Emeline J. Jouve!
Our guest speaker will be Noelia Hernando-Real, President of the International Susan Glaspell Society.International Susan Glaspell Society2 months ago**PUBLICATION**
>> "Blood Too Bright: Floyd Dell Remembers Edna St.Vincent Milay" by Jerri Dell.
https://www.amazon.com/Blood-Too-Bright-Remembers-Vincent-ebook/dp/B01M1NZMTJInternational Susan Glaspell Society3 months ago**Trifles/The People by American Bard Theater Company**
"BWW Review: Good Things Come In Three's with American Bard's VISIONARY VOICES"
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!
Saturday, June 25, 2011, at the Eugene O’Neill International Conference, Gallatin Building, NYU, New York City. In attendance: Cheryl Black, Martha Carpentier, Drew Eisenhauer, Sherry Engle, Sharon Friedman, J. Ellen Gainor, Noelia Hernando-Real, Basia Ozieblo, Michael Winetsky. 1) Martha Carpentier, … Continue reading
June 22-26, Greenwich Village, NY. The Susan Glaspell Society was once again pleased to be participating in the International Eugene O’Neill Conference with a full day of events on Saturday, June 25th, 2011, including a panel, “The Beloved Community: The Provincetown Players in Context,” then a concert reading of “Performing Bohemia,” followed by a Provincetown “Fish House” Punch reception. Continue reading
May 26-29, Boston MA. Panel: “Dramatizing Ideas: Hybrids, Heterodoxies, and Humanisms in Greenwich Village.” Chair: Michael Winetsky. The Glaspell Society is pleased to present its panel as part of the Five Dramatists Societies’ series of associated panels at ALA 2011 … Continue reading
Well, friends and fellow Glaspellians, we finally have our teaching blog and I am officially a blogger! Please comment on your experiences teaching Glaspell’s plays and/or fiction. How do students react? How do you engage them with Glaspell’s texts? How do you contextualize … Continue reading
Oct. 29-30, Kean University, Union NJ. Panel: “The Significance of Susan Glaspell to American Drama and Performance.” Chair: Linda Ben-Zvi, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University. Papers: “Re-Visiting Bernice in the 21st Century,” Sharon Friedman, Gallatin School of New York University; … Continue reading