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Link 2012 British Graduate Shakespeare Conference

The Shakespeare Institute’s 2012 Graduate Conference. Includes lectures and discussions on the plays.

Shakespeare, Renaissance, Drama, Plays, Analysis view
Link Approaching Plays

Open University online course on analysis of plays and dramatic technique.

Drama, Analysis, Plays view
Link Approaching Shakespeare

Podcast series on Shakespeare’s plays, by Emma Smith, Oxford University.

Drama, Shakespeare, Renaissance, Plays, Analysis view
Link Bringing in other texts: Beckett's A Piece of Monologue

An exercise on Beckett's play.

Drama, Plays, Twentieth-century, Analysis, Samuel Beckett view
Link Internet Shakespeare Editions

The University of Victoria’s collection of e-texts, criticism, and other Shakespeare resources.

Shakespeare, Renaissance, Plays, Poetry, Drama, Analysis view
Link Introduction to Drama

Course materials from MIT on studying drama. Includes study questions and video of student presentations.

Drama, Plays, Analysis view
Link Introduction to Drama (2004)

Consideration of plays that exemplify different kinds of dramatic structure. Includes two full-length videos (RealPlayer) featuring MIT students...

Creative Writing, Drama, Plays view
Link Introduction to Drama (2008)

Exlporation of theatre and theatricality across periods and cultures. Includes links to online versions of some of the plays under discussion.

Creative Writing, Drama, Plays view
Link Juno and the Paycock and Irish History

An exercise on Synge's play.

Irish, Drama, Plays, Twentieth-century view
Link Not Shakespeare: Elizabethan and Jacobean Popular Theatre

Podcasts by Dr. Emma Smith (University of Oxford) on Elizabethan and Jacobean plays. Includes ebooks of plays discussed.

Drama, Plays, Renaissance, Elizabethan, Jacobean, Analysis view
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