November 9, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
In our first Works-in-Progress workshop, we will discuss various strategies and resources for developing archives related to Shakespeare and Global Media. This will include cultivating a multimedia bibliography that extends to potential source texts, critical works, and theoretical approaches, as well as developing questions and frameworks that interrogate established modes of scholarly production. We will consider questions like: What does it mean to do “global Shakespeare”? What methods and approaches push the boundaries of scholarship? Where and how do we engage with productions that are considered under the umbrella of “global Shakespeare”? What resources are available to us, and what is missing?
Through this workshop series, we hope to generate new research and expand upon work already in progress. We invite scholars from all disciplines who are interested in broadening their own research skillset to join our workshop. This first event will also serve as a stepping stone to further discussion in the winter and spring quarters among our developing community.
Resources and bibliographies from these events will be available after the completion of this event.
Zoom attendance link: https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/84344069992
Image: “Archives’ stacks” by dolescum is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Sponsored by the IHC What Is a Shakespeare?: Shakespeare and Global Media Research Focus Group