For All Time?: Critical Issues in Teaching Shakespeare
The continued place of Shakespeare in the classroom and how various critical theories inform current pedagogy are at the core of this conversation among an international group of educators. Its scope ranges from the theoretical background on the subject to new research and practical tips for the teaching of Shakespeare. Digital Shakespeare, Shakespeare through performance, protecting Shakespeare, and Shakespeare for the new millennium are a sampling of the topics covered. Contributing to the discussion are representatives from Northwestern University, Colgate University, Western University, and Black Hills State.
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