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Valuing sadness, past and present

Valuing sadness, past and present
Description
Dr Erin Sullivan writes for the Oxford University Press blog.
Date:
30/06/2016

Shakespeare's timeless tragedy Inspires a new novel

Shakespeare's timeless tragedy Inspires a new novel
Description
The Huffington Post reviews Ewan Fernie and Simon Palfreys new book Macbeth Macbeth.
Date:
27/06/2016

Simon Godwin interviewed

Simon Godwin interviewed
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The director of the Royal Shakespeare Company's current much-acclaimed production of Hamlet, Simon Godwin, visits the Shakespeare Institute.
Date:
20/06/2016

Sir Stanley Wells

Sir Stanley Wells
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Former Director Professor Stanley Wells granted the knighthood for his services to the study and appreciation of Shakespeare.
Date:
13/06/2016

Taking Shakespeare to the world

Taking Shakespeare to the world
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The University's involvement in Shakespeare's 400th anniversary weekend made headlines around the world.
Date:
27/05/2016

Birmingham scholars take to the stage at Hay

Birmingham scholars take to the stage at Hay
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Some of the top scholars from the University of Birmingham's College of Arts and Law will take to the stage to lead talks and debates showcasing their areas of research, at this year's Hay Festival.
Date:
26/05/2016

On behalf of the German Shakespeare Society...

On behalf of the German Shakespeare Society...
Description
A letter from the President of the German Shakespeare Society to the Shakespeare Institute.
Date:
03/05/2016

Shakespeare living dangerously in London

Shakespeare living dangerously in London
Description
In an article for BBC History Magazine Dr Chris Laoutaris of the Shakespeare Institute gets to grips with the fact that the course of playing never did run smooth, and discusses the dangers and obstacles facing Shakespeare in London.
Date:
29/04/2016

Does the Shakespeare anniversary add value to academic research?

Does the Shakespeare anniversary add value to academic research?
Description
Dr Chris Laoutaris of the Shakespeare Institute writes for the Times Higher Education Supplement about the celebrations surrounding the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death and his book Shakespeare and the Countess: The Battle that Gave Birth to the Globe.
Date:
29/04/2016

"What's in a name?": Was William Shakespeare popular during his lifetime?

"What's in a name?": Was William Shakespeare popular during his lifetime?
Description
Dr Chris Laoutaris (Shakespeare Institute) writes for Oxford University Press, exploring Shakespeare's popularity during his lifetime and assessing how we might define the dramatist's 'popularity' during his own age in comparison with contemporary playwrights.
Date:
29/04/2016
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