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Shakespeare Professor unveils our demonic dimension

Shakespeare Professor unveils our demonic dimension
Description
Ewan Fernie's latest publication reviewed in the Huffington Post.
Date:
01/07/2013

Looking at Englishness through the eyes of St George

Looking at Englishness through the eyes of St George
Description
A Redcrosse performance at St George's Church in Edgbaston.
Date:
17/05/2013

Beyond Melancholy: Sadness and Selfhood in Renaissance England

Beyond Melancholy: Sadness and Selfhood in Renaissance England
Description
Audio recording of Australian radio interview with Dr Erin Sullivan.
Date:
08/05/2013

Groundbreaking new programmes in Shakespeare and Creativity

Groundbreaking new programmes in Shakespeare and Creativity
Description
Reinvent Shakespeare for yourselves in Stratford.
Date:
29/04/2013

Amy Routledge selected for Universitas 21

Amy Routledge selected for Universitas 21
Description
Many congratulations to Shakespeare Institute doctoral researcher Amy Routledge who has been selected to represent the University of Birmingham at the Universitas 21 conference in Vancouver, Canada in May!
Date:
15/04/2013

Shakespeare today and the student experience

Shakespeare today and the student experience
Description
Undergraduate workshop supported by the Annual Giving Fund.
Date:
15/04/2013

Birmingham Heroes: Ewan Fernie

Description
Professor Ewan Fernie discusses teaching and learning in the new postgraduate programmes in Shakespeare and Creativity and the extraordinary creative environments of Stratford-upon-Avon and Birmingham.
Date:
26/03/2013

Upon the 60th anniversary of Shakespeare Institute Players, we look back at the life of an inspiring Alumni.

Description
Back in 1953, the Shakespeare Institute Players' inaugural performance, A Yorkshire Tragedy, featured Robert Loper, a Fulbright scholar who went on to become one of our most respected alumni.
Date:
21/03/2013

Darling Buds of May actress turned Shakespeare expert offers creative approach to study

Darling Buds of May actress turned Shakespeare expert offers creative approach to study
Description
Actress Abigail Rokison, who played Primrose in the top-rating TV show The Darling Buds of May, has taken on a new leading role in the performing arts.
Date:
19/03/2013

'St Edgar and his Demons' and 'Why Celebrate Shakespeare?'

'St Edgar and his Demons' and 'Why Celebrate Shakespeare?'
Description
Professor Ewan Fernie has recently given two high profile public lectures in Dublin and Kingston.
Date:
15/03/2013
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