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PhD examiner External Examiner Role Aarhus University 2015
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I examined a PhD on the dynamics and theory of compassion in English Renaissance drama in the School of English at Aarhus University.
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Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts FRSA Election to a Learned Society Royal Society of Arts 06-MAY-2014
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In 2014 Rene Weis was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, 'in recognition of your outstanding contribution to the study and teaching of English Literature, we are writing to invite you to become a Fellow of the RSA'.
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Rene Weis: a Shakespeare scholar on Traviata Media Appearance Luxemburger Wort 02-JAN-2014
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A full-page article about Rene Weis in the 'Kultur' section of the leading national newspaper of the Grand Duchy, with a circulation that reaches 80% of all Luxembourg households. The article, by Vesna Andonovic, deals with my career in the UK as a Shakespeare scholar and author of a forthcoming book about Marie Duplessis and Traviata.
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PhD examiner External Examiner Role Faculty of Arts and Humanities, UCL 2013
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In 2013 I examined a PhD at UCL on the rhetoric of the Glorious Revolution and the drama in the reign of William III, 1688-1702.
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President of Goodenough College Leadership Role Goodenough College, Bloomsbury 2013
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In 2013 I was invited by Lord Fellowes, Major General Andrew Ritchie, and Jonathan Hirst QC, the chair of the Board of Governors of Goodenough College, to succeed Lord Fellowes as President of Goodenough College for a term of five years. I accepted.
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The Shapes of time in Romeo and Juliet Invited Speaker BRITGRAD 15-JUN-2012
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Plenary lecture at the Stratford-upon-Avon BRITGRAD summer school conference
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The triumphs of La traviata Invited Speaker New York University 24-APR-2012
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A talk, at the invitation of Dr Francesco Izzo of the Verdi Institute of NYU, on the creative arc that stretches from the abused childhood of Marie Duplessis in the Orne to the glory of Verdi's masterpiece La traviata.
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The Challenges of Editing Romeo and Juliet: the Inaugural Annual Arden Shakespeare Lecture Named Lecture The Arden Shakespeare 2012
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In 2012 I delivered the Inaugural 'Annual Arden Shakespeare Lecture' in Senate House, University of London
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PhD examiner External Examiner Role KCL, London 2012
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I examined a PhD entitled 'Reading Shakespeare Through Collaboration: Agency, Authority and Textual Space in Shakespearean Drama' at KCL in 2012
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Major Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship (three years) Award Leverhulme Trust 2010
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In 2009 I was awarded a Major Leverhulme Fellowship 2010-13 for a book on the genesis of Verdi's opera La traviata. The award was for 151,009 pounds, the highest in the Arts and Humanities in the year of the award.
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