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|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|
Podcast series on Shakespeare’s plays, by Emma Smith, Oxford University.
|Drama, Shakespeare, Renaissance, Plays, Analysis||view|
|Arms and the Man by Marie Harrison||
Weaponry and military equipment often has a role that extends beyond the merely functional. Through a juxtaposition of Shakespeare’s...
|weaponry, Early modern, Shakespeare, rapier, British culture||view|
|Brief Lives: John Aubrey and the World of Seventeenth-Century Celebrity||
This course investigates the biographical writings of John Aubrey and the lives of the people he wrote about, whether famous, infamous or now...
|John Aubrey, Magic, Shakespeare||view|
|Furness Shakespeare Library: Online Collections||
Searchable collection of digital scans of Elizabeth texts, including several by Shakespeare.
|Shakespeare, Renaissance, Books||view|
|Internet Shakespeare Editions||
The University of Victoria’s collection of e-texts, criticism, and other Shakespeare resources.
|Shakespeare, Renaissance, Plays, Poetry, Drama, Analysis||view|
|Literature and Ethical Values, Fall 2002||
Full course with readings, syllabus, assignments etc.. It explores ethical concepts and implications of actions and commitments by studying texts...
|ethics, Philosophy and literature, Morality, Virtue, Responsibilty, Politics, Plato, Aristotle, Sophocles, Shakespeare, Euripides, Ibsen, Dostoevsky, Dante, JS Mill, George Bernard Shaw, Conrad, Herman Melville||view|
|MSt in English Language||
Podcasts on Oxford's Masters in EngIish Language. Includes talks on Chaucer, Shakespeare, and gender and language.
|Language, Gender, Shakespeare, Chaucer||view|
Online course on Shakespeare’s plays and poetry.
|Renaissance, Drama, Poetry, Shakespeare||view|
|Shakespeare After All||
Professor Marjorie Garber’s Harvard University course on Shakespeare’s later plays. Includes video lectures.
|Shakespeare, Drama, Plays, Renaissance, Analysis||view|