Shakespeare and Contemporary Theory

Rethinking approaches to Shakespeare and early modern literature for the 21st century

Shakespeare and Contemporary Theory #29: Shakespeare and Queer Theory with Melissa E. Sanchez

Neema interviews Melissa E. Sanchez (University of Pennsylvania) about her forthcoming book Shakespeare and Queer Theory for the Arden Shakespeare and Theory series. Discussion includes queerness in Shakespeare, whether or not it is important to ask if Shakespeare himself was gay, Shakespeare’s view of sexuality, and misogyny in the current US presidential election.


Shakespeare and Contemporary Theory #27: Shakespeare and New Historicist Theory (with Evelyn Gajowski and Neema Parvini)

Neema welcomes back Evelyn Gajowski, editor for the Arden Shakespeare and Theory series. In a change from the norm, in this episode, Evelyn turns the tables and interviews Neema about his forthcoming book Shakespeare and New Historicist Theory. Topics include: the place of theory in Shakespeare studies; differences between new historicism and cultural materialism; presentism; […]


Shakespeare and Contemporary Theory #25: Shakespeare and Ecofeminist Theory with Rebecca Laroche and Jennifer Munroe

  Neema interviews Rebecca Laroche and Jennifer Munroe about their forthcoming book Shakespeare and Ecofeminist Theory for the Arden Shakespeare and Theory series. Links for the Early Modern Recipes Online Collective and the Recipes Project can be found below, as well as a recipe for “Candy Angelica”. EMROC (Early Modern Recipes Online Collective): http://emroc.hypotheses.org/ Recipes […]


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