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Rene Weis's brand new edition - published May 2012

‘Romeo and Juliet’: A Webinar

May sees the publication of Professor Rene Weis’s brand new edition of Romeo and Juliet for The Arden Shakespeare. Following on from our recent webinar ‘Making Shakespeare’ we wanted to be able to host an on-line, live broadcast discussion about Romeo and Juliet. It’s on Tuesday 22 May at 4.00pm (BST). Rene and I will […]

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A Free On-line Course!

As readers of this blog know, we’ve been busily working on a new on-line course called Getting to Know Shakespeare. It’s been produced and built by my friends and colleagues at The LaC and is sponsored by The Arden Shakespeare. The course is all up and running – it’s FREE! – and you can sign […]

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Cardenio, or a ‘Double Falsehood’

Back in November I attended a fascinating one day conference at the University of Chichester about Shakespearian theories. Professor Tiffany Stern (University College, Oxford) gave a splendidly candid paper which cast doubt over there being any Shakespearian connection with the so-called lost play Cardenio. It’s a compelling and involved argument which in part relied on […]

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