Posted on 4 February 2021
On Tuesday 16 February 2021 at 6-7pm (UK time), Dr Sarah Olive, Senior Lecturer in English in Education in the Education department, will talk about the British Shakespeare Association magazine, Teaching Shakespeare, which reaches its landmark 20th issue and tenth year since its inception in 2021. This is part of a panel on ‘Writing, Publishing and Teaching’ at the free, online Shakespeare, Race, and Pedagogy conference organised by Wendy Lennon. Everyone is welcome.
Most sessions will be available live and to catch up. Further details on the Shakespeare, Race, and Pedagogy conference including sign up informaton.
Shakespeare, Race & Pedagogy is a five day event that seeks to share, celebrate, and reinvigorate approaches to the teaching and study of Shakespeare's plays. Bringing together contributions from international scholars, teachers, students, and our multilingual communities to investigate Shakespeare's plays and their place in our classrooms. Exploring a range of mediums including translations, the Everything to Everybody collection, and British Sign Language in the classroom as exciting opportunities to teach, study, and enjoy Shakespeare's plays. Revisiting and building upon international scholarship, research, and education, Shakespeare, Race & Pedagogy aims to challenge perceptions and address the contextual complexities of language and race, creating a dialogue between the past and the present to include and inspire our current and future scholars, students, teachers.