1. APPROPRIATIONS AND RE-WRITINGS OF ARTHURIAN (part I) AND SHAKESPEAREAN (part II) LITERATURE
2. (I) Everybody’s Arthur: from the 12th to the 21th century (M. CABRÉ)
3. (I.1) Arthur’s appeal: from myth to best-selling hero
4. (I.2) Politics and changing values in Arthurian romance
5. (I.3) Arthurian iconography: from miniature to cartoon
6. (I.4) Historicism and romance in Arthurian cinema
7. (I.5) Arthurian echoes in contemporary culture
8. (II) Shakespeare, our contemporary (J. SALA)
9. (II. 1) Theoretical tools. Relationships between arts. Towards a theory of adaptation.
10. (II.2) Shakespeare and cultural appropriation. Why Shakespeare is still our contemporary?
11. (II.3) Shakespeare and cinema. History, aesthetics, ideology, 1899-present.
12. (II.4) Two emblematic plays of (post)modernity: "Hamlet" and "The Tempest".