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Eleanor Dobson

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Eleanor Dobson.   Doctoral researcher Department of English Literature About Phd title : Egyptology in late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Century literature and culture Supervisors : Dr Daniel Moore  and Dr David Gange PhD English Literature Research My thesis investigates representations of Egyptology

Podcast: Michael Dobson talks with RSC Director Lucy Bailey

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Podcast: Michael Dobson talks with RSC Director Lucy Bailey. Posted on Friday 21st October 2011 New Shakespeare Institute Director Michael Dobson hosts a ‘think tank’ on The Taming of the Shrew featuring input from Shakespeare Institute fellows and a team from the Royal Shakespeare Company’s upcoming

Graeme Dobson

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Graeme Dobson.   Lecturer in Language Literacies and Dyslexia School of Education Contact details Telephone +44 (0)121 414 3805 Email g.j.dobson@bham.ac.uk School of Education University of Birmingham Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, United Kingdom About Graeme is a Lecturer in Language Literacies and

Language, Literacies and Dyslexia MEd/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate

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phase. Register your interest Apply to study here Contact Graeme Dobson Tel: 0121 414 3805 Email: g.j.dobson@bham.ac.uk The School of Education Related staff Graeme Dobson Course details Employability Employability The PGCert award in Language, Literacies and Dyslexia will allow professionals in the field

Professor Michael Dobson

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Professor Michael Dobson. Media experience Professor Dobson is a frequent contributor to British and international media. He has made numerous appearances on BBC Radio 4's Front Row and BBC Radio 3's Night Waves and is a regular contributor to Around the Globe and The London Review of Books . He has recently

Richard III: The real king of history, or marvellous theatrical villain?

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Richard III: The real king of history, or marvellous theatrical villain?.   Professor Michael Dobson "Poor Richard III; how little reason that son of York had to like this area of his kingdom. Killed in the Midlands in 1485, and now dug up in the Midlands in 2013, and in the meantime posthumously defamed

Publications

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of Devotion.  Religious Orders and Society in East Central Europe, 1450-1800 Ashgate, 2011         Hugh Adlingon, Peter McCullough and Emma Rhatigan (eds), The Handbook of the Early Modern Sermon Oxford University Press, 2011           Michael Dobson Shakespeare and Amateur Performance: A Cultural

Richard III: The real king of history, or marvellous theatrical villain?

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Richard III: The real king of history, or marvellous theatrical villain?.   Professor Michael Dobson Poor Richard III; how little reason that son of York had to like this area of his kingdom. Killed in the Midlands in 1485, and now dug up in the Midlands in 2013, and in the meantime posthumously defamed

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

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truly original work with a potential life outside the academy. I am also delighted to be co-convening the course with Professor Ewan Fernie, whose own research so brilliantly complements the modules of ‘Shakespeare in Society’ and ‘Shakespearience’” Professor Michael Dobson, Director of the