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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

Why Shakespeare wasn't popular with everyone

Why Shakespeare wasn't popular with everyone
Description
Dr Chris Laoutaris (The Shakespeare Institute) presents the latest Birmingham Brief.
Date:
28/04/2016

Shakespeare face to face

Shakespeare face to face
Description
Dr Chris Laoutaris reports on the anniversary celebrations in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Date:
28/04/2016

Professor Susan Bassnett to give keynote lecture at Translation Research Forum

Professor Susan Bassnett to give keynote lecture at Translation Research Forum
Description
Professor Susan Bassnett, Honorary Director of the Birmingham Centre for Translation (BCT), will give a keynote lecture at this year's Translation Studies Research Forum.
Date:
27/04/2016

Beyond Melancholy

Beyond Melancholy
Description
New book by book by Dr Erin Sullivan, Senior Lecturer at the Shakespeare Institute.
Date:
27/04/2016

Our Shakespeare

Our Shakespeare
Description
The excellent Our Shakespeare exhibition opened on the 22 April at the Library of Birmingham.
Date:
26/04/2016

Dr Matt Hayler awarded a research grant by the AHRC

Dr Matt Hayler awarded a research grant by the AHRC
Description
Dr Matt Hayler has been awarded a research grant by the AHRC, for the project 'Ambient Literature'.
Date:
26/04/2016

Sleep furiously: step inside artist Tom de Freston's nightmarish bedroom

Sleep furiously: step inside artist Tom de Freston's nightmarish bedroom
Description
A feature in the Guardian on Creative Fellow Tom de Freston (Department of Film and Creative Writing).
Date:
25/04/2016

What can Shakespeare teach us about freedom?

What can Shakespeare teach us about freedom?
Description
Ewan Fernie (Shakespeare Institute) has published the following article on 'What Shakespeare can Teach us About Freedom' for the British Council.
Date:
25/04/2016
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