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RESEARCH: Shakespeare's DNA?

Books in the Folger's collection contain DNA from readers hundreds of years ago. Project Dustbunny uses technology to explore their history…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 8

ALBUM & STUDY GUIDES: Duke Ellington & Shakespeare 'Such Sweet Thunder'

If You're Teaching Shakespeare, You Might Want to Start with Duke Ellington #elachat #engchat #musiced https://t.co/74SxKwjMXt pic.twitter.…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jun 4

TED-ED ANIMATION: Insults by Shakespeare

Happy birthday, William Shakespeare, you "swaggering rascal," you "moldy rogue," you inventor of exquisite insults, you! https://t.co/qi4s3

Started by Ryan Goble

0 May 1

TED-ED ANIMATION: Why should you read MacBeth?

Happy birthday Shakespeare! Here's why you should read (or revisit) his classic "Macbeth": https://t.co/WlXNWk1DqV — TED-Ed (@TED_ED) Apri…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 May 1

TOON: Snowman Hamlet

Today's daily cartoon by @JasonAdamK: https://t.co/OuqtxIUSlL pic.twitter.com/u7rnvXvUbR — The New Yorker (@NewYorker) March 4, 2019

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Mar 6

PODCAST: Revenge Tragedy in the Elizabethan and Jacobean ages

Hatred, violence, evil deeds and righteous anger: Revenge Tragedy in the Elizabethan and Jacobean ages https://t.co/kzGS04dNTS from 2009 —…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Feb 16

TED-ED VIDEO: Why should you read Shakespeare's "The Tempest"?

Shakespeare's final play "The Tempest" is a tale of shipwreck, magic and a struggle for power. Why does this play still resonate with mode…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Feb 10

DIGITAL THEATRE: Othello via @DT_Plus in London, UK

It's the big day! @ETTtweet's #OTHELLO is now available exclusively on DT+. A stylish and contemporary take on the #Shakespeare classic, th…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jan 28

COLLECTION & ARTICLE: "96 Incredibly Useful Links for Teaching and Studying Shakespeare"

"96 Incredibly Useful Links for Teaching and Studying Shakespeare" via @steelmsl in the Nov '18 @ncte English Journal https://t.co/6STLewfs

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jan 2

IDEAS: Teaching Shakespeare Using Primary Documents

So excited to see this article published in the NCTE English Journal! pic.twitter.com/Vsu96GeVOs — Sheridan Steelman (@steelmsl) December 1…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jan 2

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