Category Archives: Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in European Culture

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in European Culture.

Sorry not to have attended this one!

“Sympathetic Environments, Material Worlds” | University of Maryland

Afternoon Symposium: “Sympathetic Environments, Material Worlds” | English Department – University of Maryland.

Looking forward to joining Jane Bennett and Colin Jager for a roundtable on subjects and objects at the University of Maryland, hosted by Amanda Bailey.

Shakespeare and Hospitality: Ethics, Politics, and Exchange

Shakespeare and Hospitality: Ethics, Politics, and Exchange (Hardback) – Routledge.

Book I am editing with David Goldstein already on the Routledge page! That sure turns up the heat.

Blogging Shakespeare – Embracing Shakespearian Conversation in A Digital Age

Blogging Shakespeare – Embracing Shakespearian Conversation in A Digital Age.

Interesting range of posts; international emphasis.

John Bain’s Magic, Medicine and Science Homepage

Magic, Medicine and Science Homepage.

Some great links and resources.

Shakespeare Folio Discovered in France – NYTimes.com

Shakespeare Folio Discovered in France – NYTimes.com.

The Folio had entered the St-Omer public library’s collection from “a now defunct Jesuit college.”

Performing Philosophical Limitations

Performing Philosophical Limitations.

Interesting conference. I’d be especially interested in this panel:

1.45-3.10pm The Performative Identities of Functional Objects
A hands-on workshop on critical design led by Ian Gonsher (artist, designer, educator; faculty in the School of Engineering at Brown) and Michael Stewart (English)

Globe Player

Globe London now has a streaming service. Looks pretty amazing.

http://www.globeplayer.tv/

James Shapiro on Blood in Shakespeare

At Radiolab.

http://www.radiolab.org/story/308779-if-you-prick-us/

Shakespeare’s Globe launches an on-demand service with over 50 plays | The Verge

Shakespeare’s Globe launches an on-demand service with over 50 plays | The Verge.