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Title Date published
Holidays in Shakespeare's England, with Erika T. Lin 2021-11-24
Bringing Latinx Voices to Shakespeare, with Cynthia Santos DeCure and Micha Espinosa 2021-11-09
Shakespeare's Language and Race, with Patricia Akhimie and Carol Mejia LaPerle 2021-10-26
Shakespeare in Latinx Communities, with José Cruz González and David Lozano 2021-10-12
Shakespeare and the British Royal Family, with Gordon McMullan 2021-09-28
Mike Lew on Teenage Dick 2021-09-14
Mona Awad on All's Well 2021-08-31
How We Hear Shakespeare's Plays, with Carla Della Gatta 2021-07-20
The Restoration Reinvention of Shakespeare 2021-07-06
Madeline Sayet on Where We Belong 2021-06-22
Geoffrey Marsh on Shakespeare's Neighbors 2021-06-08
Race and Blackness in Elizabethan England 2021-05-25
All the Sonnets of Shakespeare 2021-05-11
"Richard III" in Prison 2021-04-27
Simon Godwin on "Romeo and Juliet" 2021-04-13
Shakespeare and Lost Plays 2021-03-30
Stephen Hopkins and "Stephano" 2021-03-16
Meme García on "house of sueños" 2021-03-02
Shakespeare in the Harlem Renaissance 2021-02-16
Naomi Miller on Mary Sidney Herbert and "Imperfect Alchemist" 2021-02-02

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