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TED-ED VIDEO: The great conspiracy against Julius Caesar

The great conspiracy against Julius Caesar - Kathryn Tempest Animation by Brett Underhill On March 15th, 44 BCE, Roman dictator Julius C…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Dec 22, 2014

ARTICLE: To be or not to be a female Hamlet

FLASHBACK Thy Name Is Woman To be or not to be a female Hamlet - that is still the question. From OZY

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Dec 11, 2014

RESOURCES: NCTE plugs their Shakespeare resoureces

Just received this e-mail today - good list o' resources worthy of a share! If you love Shakespeare, or have a Shakespeare fan on your sh…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Dec 8, 2014

WEB SERIES based on classic literature and Shakespeare

I can’t even remember how I came across the Lizzie Bennet Diaries, but that was the first of many YouTube series I’ve recently discovered t…

Started by Kelly Farrow

1 Nov 21, 2014
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BOOK: Texts from Jane Eyre (and many other literary characters)

From Entertainment Weekly ... In Texts from Jane Eyre, Mallory Ortberg imagines conversations between a host of different literary characte…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Nov 14, 2014

NYT ARTICLE: A Battle of the Hamlets

A theater critic imagines a clash of the greatest versions of Shakespeare’s melancholy prince, as portrayed by John Barrymore, Laurence Oli…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Jul 30, 2014

FILM: Kevin Spacey as Richard III

Maybe you haven't seen Al Pachino's Looking for Richard? Well, Kevin Spacey took a stab at Richard III as well: See: https://www.kevinspa

Started by Ryan Goble

2 May 31, 2014
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APP: The Explore Shakespeare App

From the Illinois Computing Educators Newsletter: Explore the Literary World of the Bard William Shakespeare was born on April 23 in 1564.…

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Apr 17, 2014

COLLECTION: Brush Up Your Shakespeare via iTunes

A new collection via iTunes - worth a gander. Here is a screen shot: Link HERE.

Started by Ryan Goble

0 Apr 10, 2014

Shakespeare: Symbols and Colors

Shakespeare Out Loud and In Color! Looking for ideas to enhance your teaching of Shakespeare plays like Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth  in w…

Started by Anna J. Small Roseboro

0 Mar 13, 2014



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