90s Nostalgia Pedagogy Part 2: Michael Almereyda's Hamlet
Written by Lauren A. Weber in Criticism and Research | 30.11.2019
This blog is second in a series on 90s Shakespeare adaptations.
SHAKESPEARE RELOADED LAUNCHES ROMEO AND JULIET SHAKESPEED ACTIVITY
Written by Lauren A. Weber in Teaching Activities | 25.10.2019
The Shakespeare Reloaded team is excited to announce a new Shakespeed activity on Romeo and Juliet.
Shakespeed is a fast-paced gamified learning experience suitable for high-school
Townsville Imaginarium, 1 June 2019
Written by the Better Strangers team in Conference | 30.07.2019
On the 1st of June 2019 the Better Strangers team presented a free one-day Shakespeare Reloaded Imaginarium in Townsville, Queensland, hosted by James Cook
Nostalgia Pedagogy and 90s Shakespeare Adaptations; 'Othello' and Tim Blake Nelson's 'O'
Written by Lauren A. Weber in Criticism and Research | 13.05.2019
90s nostalgia is a booming business in the 21st century. The latest Marvel Universe blockbuster ‘Captain Marvel’ is packed with 90s references and music.
"Shakespeare and Pedagogy" Cambridge Elements Series announced!
Written by Claire Hansen in Publications | 16.04.2019
We are delighted to announce that Better Strangers project leader Liam Semler is co-editing (alongside
To go or not to go to FuturEd?
Written by Patrice Honnef in Conference | 14.03.2019
Shakespeare FuturEd asks 'Why Shakespeare?'
Written by Stephanie Schierhuber in Conference | 15.02.2019
The 2019 Shakespeare FuturEd conference was a truly interdisciplinary experience.
Shakespeare Reloaded and New Zealand teachers become Better Strangers at Auckland Big Day Out
Written by Lauren A. Weber in Criticism and Research | 16.11.2018
The Better Strangers project leader Professor Liam Semler is in New Zealand, where he gave two presentations on the Shakespeare Reloaded/Better Strangers project.
On November 13 at the University of Au
Far north turns wild west for TheatreiNQ’s Comedy of Errors
Written by Claire Hansen in Performances and Productions | 20.09.2018
Every year Townsville-based theatre company TheatreiNQ stage ‘Shakespeare under the stars’ in Townsville’s glorious Queen’s Park; a short walk from the beachside promenade, the Strand, and in the shadow of Townsville landmark, Castle Hill.
FuturEd Conference 2019 Announcement
Written by Lauren A. Weber in Conference | 19.09.2018
Pop-up Globe’s Founding Research Fellow Associate Prof. Tim Fitzpatrick to Lead Workshop at Shakespeare FuturEd Conference
Have you been to the amazing Pop-up Globe in Sydney yet?