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Peter Parolin at Saturday U: Leadership and theatrics in Shakespeare's "Henry IV"

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Uploaded on Feb 18, 2011

The Role of a King: Leadership and Theatrics in Shakespeare's "Henry IV," presented by Peter Parolin, associate professor and chair of the Department of English at University of Wyoming.
In Shakespeare's "Henry IV," the famous central scene presents the prince and his rowdy companion parodying the king. The scene shows disrespect toward royal authority and yet plays a crucial role in the prince's political development. Looking at this scene and having some fun acting it, participants explore questions about politics, power and theater.

Saturday U: The Free One-Day College Education at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson.
How do leaders use theatrics to acquire and protect their power? Who plays the Nai? How is Obama doing on the world stage? Three University of Wyoming professors tackled these questions Saturday, June 12, during Saturday U: The Free One-Day College Education in the Cook Auditorium at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson. The free program has no homework or tests -- the only requirement is a love of learning.
Saturday U: The Free One-Day College Education at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson.
Introduced in 2009, Saturday U is a collaborative program designed to connect top UW professors with life-long learners in Jackson Hole. This free college experience offers Jackson residents an opportunity to exercise their minds without homework, or tests - the only requirement is a love of learning.
Offered three times a year, Saturday U is sponsored by the University of Wyoming, UW Foundation and Wyoming Humanities Council. It is presented by Central Wyoming College, National Museum of Wildlife Art and Teton County Library Foundation. For information, contact Teton County Library Adult Humanities Coordinator, Oona Doherty, (307) 733-2164 ext. 135 or odoherty@tclib.org .
Participants may earn half a college credit (in-state tuition is $44.50) or half a Professional Teaching Standards Board credit from Central Wyoming College. To register for credit, call Susan Thulin, CWC outreach coordinator, (307) 733-7425.

Produced by UW Television
Camera/Editor: Ali Grossman

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