On Friday 25 May the Early Modern Literature and Culture research group (EMLAC) hosted a panel of papers dedicated to unpacking and exploring the contemporary challenges and potentialities facing literary studies today.
What is the State of Education Today and Where is Theory?
Othello is my favorite Shakespeare play. The way the text handles the problems of jealousy, trust, and sexual obsession make it a consistent port of call when thinking about anything related to the complexity and danger of human desire.
How do you teach Romeo and Juliet? With the play a common part of high school curriculum, this question crops up frequently. And in Queensland, Australia (where I live and work), it is taught frequently as part of the Year 10 syllabus.