Shakespeare and Higher Education: A Global Perspective (Shakespeare Yearbook v. 12)

Shakespeare and Higher Education: A Global Perspective (Shakespeare Yearbook v. 12)

By: Holger Klein (editor), Sharon A. Beehler (editor)Hardback

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This yearbook contains essays by international scholars which deal with the relationship of Shakespeare and higher education. Topics include teaching Shakespeare in the multicultural classroom; using performance pedagogy; and teaching Shakespeare to foreign language students.


Teaching Shakespeare in schools, Rex Gibson; a "sea of troubles" - teaching Shakespeare to Egyptian students, Dalya El-Shayal; dealing with Shakespeare with foreign language students - an experience in Brazil, Daniela Rhinow; how to have the Shakespeare cake and eat it too, Arthur Kincaid; Shakespeare among South African schoolchildren, Andre Lemmer; on teaching (and being taught) Shakespeare in China and Canada, Gregory Maillet; multivalent Shakespeare - the Spanish connection, Hugh Macrae Richmond; "Here is not a creature but myself" - Shakespearean reception in solitary confinement, Laura Raidonis Bates; the "play" within the play - teaching Shakespeare to engineers, Michelle Ephraim; on teaching Shakespeare to "this distracted globe", Chris Hassel; teaching a sense of Shakespeare to heterogeneous classes, Charles H. Frey; teaching Shakespeare in the multi-cultural classroom , Edan Z. Boris; temp/tempest - the timeliness of Shakespeare in the diverse classroom, Lloyd Edward Kermode; rewriting race through literature - teaching Shakespeare's African plays, James R. Andreas; "And that's true too" - teaching the conflicts in Shakespeare's works, Jane Carducci; reading and teaching Shakepeare's plays, C.W. Griffin; remembering the way into Shakespeare, Joyce Sutphen; Shakespeare's language and the goals of teaching, Randal Robinson; live from the coast - it's Shakespeare tonight! Michael W. Shurgot; Shakespeare and the construction of character, Laurie Osborne; "Suit the action to the word, the word to the action" - using performance pedagogy to activate multiple intelligences, Joan Mento; examining "Measure for Measure" through performance, Edward L. Rocklin and Sarah Innerst-Peterson; teaching Shakespeare through performance - "I know my course", Mary Z. Maher; an approach to teaching "Romeo and Juliet", Michael J. Collins; "Shakespeare and pedagogy" - a bibliography, Christopher L. Morrow; two textual notes on "The Taming of the Shrew", Rodney Stenning Edgecombe. Reviews.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773472624
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 492
  • ID: 9780773472624
  • ISBN10: 0773472622

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