Tag Archives: psychology
Dr Aleksandar Dimitrijevic

Shakespeare in Serbia 2 (video)

Continuing our series of blogs about international Shakespeares alongside the Olympic games and the International Shakespeare Conference in Stratford, it’s time to hear from Dr Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, who teaches in the Department of Psychology at the University of Belgrade. He is a trained clinical psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. Here he recognises the importance of Shakespeare from […]

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Salley Vickers Talks Shakespeare

Here is a recording of The Shakespeare Birthday Lecture given by novelist Salley Vickers on 20 April. Her first novel, Miss Garnett’s Angel, was a word of mouth best-seller. It is set in that Shakespeare of cities, Venice, and takes self and spiritual discovery its themes. It is also written around the Book of Tobit. […]

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Novelist Salley Vickers: The Shakespeare Birthday Lecturer 2012!

Salley Vickers on Shakespeare

This year’s Shakespeare Birthday Lecture is honoured by the popular writer of literary fiction, Salley Vickers (her novels include Miss Garnet’s Angel, Mr Golighty’s Holiday, and The Other Side of You). She’s talking about ‘Shakespeare the Psychologist’, and has offered this way in to her fascinating subject… “When I was invited to speak on this […]

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