Triangulating Shakespeare
I teach Shakespeare at introductory, advanced and graduate levels. At all three I try to engage students with the works as readers of texts and criticism, as viewers of plays and films, and as performers on stage and screen.
This website archives a selection of teaching materials--online syllabi, lecture notes, and critical essays--as well as student work-- papers, pictures, and performances on Quicktime and RealPlayer video clips.
Navigate through this website by clicking on any of the topics named in the graphic emblem that appears here and on other pages. Behind the face, find an overview of the triangulation method.

Chronicle of Higher Education article
about this website [January 2002]

What's New on this website [October 2009]

Digitally remastered complete student performances:

Twelfth Night (1990)
Macbeth (1992)

The Winter's Tale (1994)
Measure for Measure (1998)

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