Home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials. Advancing knowledge and the arts. Discover it all at www.folger.edu. Shakespeare turns up in the most interesting places—not just literature and the stage, but science and social history as well. Our "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast explores the fascinating and varied connections between Shakespeare, his works, and the world around us.


Title Date published
Emma Smith on "This Is Shakespeare" 2020-03-31
James Shapiro on "Shakespeare in a Divided America" 2020-03-17
Abraham Lincoln and Shakespeare 2020-03-03
Shakespeare and Folktales 2020-02-20
Books and Reading in Shakespeare's England 2020-02-04
Shakespeare's Sonnets 2020-01-21
The History of Shakespeare in American Schools 2020-01-07
Peter Brook 2019-12-10
Kenny Leon on his "Much Ado About Nothing" 2019-11-26
Women Performers in Shakespeare's Time 2019-11-12
Mark Haddon on The Porpoise 2019-10-29
Shakespeare in Immigrant New York 2019-10-15
Groundbreaking Discovery: John Milton's Copy of Shakespeare 2019-10-01
Iqbal Khan 2019-09-17
Shakespeare and Opera, with Colleen Fay 2019-09-03
Othello and Blackface (rebroadcast) 2019-08-20
Charlotte Cushman: When Romeo Was A Woman (rebroadcast) 2019-08-06
If Shakespeare Wrote "Mean Girls" 2019-07-23
Andrew McConnell Stott on the Shakespeare Jubilee 2019-07-09
Lisa Klein on "Ophelia" 2019-06-25

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