Faust Conference Schedule

Note: sessions take place in McKenna Hall room 210 unless otherwise indicated.

Friday, April 18
9:30 am Opening Remarks: Mark Roche, Dean of the College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame
Introduction: Alex Hahn, University of Notre Dame
9:45 am David Bevington, University of Chicago: Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus, Nathaniel Woodes's The Conflict of Conscience, and the English Morality Play.
Introduction by Peter Holland, University of Notre Dame
10:45 am Discussion
11:15 am David Kastan, Columbia University, "This Faustian Passion": From Marlowe to Modernity.
Introduction by Jesse Lander, University of Notre Dame
12:15 pm Discussion
2:00 pm Nicholas Boyle, Cambridge University: Wagering on Modernity: Goethe’s Eighteenth-Century Faust
Introduction by Jan Hagens, University of Notre Dame
3:00 pm Discussion
3:30 pm Robert Norton, University of Notre Dame: Herder as Faust.
Introduction by Neil Delaney, University of Notre Dame
4:30 pm Discussion
6:45 PM
Decio Theater
Mark Beudert, Notre Dame, and Scott Pratt, University of Oregon, Damned Opera: Performing Gounod's FAUST at Notre Dame
7.30 pm
Decio Theater
Charles Gounod's Faust
Saturday, April 19
9:30 am Gino Segre, University of Pennsylvania: Faust in Copenhagen.
Introduction by Chris Kolda, University of Notre Dame
10:30 am Discussion
11:00 am Inez Hedges, Northeastern University: Into the Labyrinth: Faust and Film Magic.
Introduction by Don Crafton, University of Notre Dame
12:00 pm Discussion
2:30 pm
Decio Theater
Christopher Marlowe's "The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus"

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