Dramatis Personae

Many-Headed Multitude
[+/-] academic blogs
[+/-] other blogs we like

Our Ongoing Series

In Sad Conference
... live reports from the field
[+/-] RSA 2008
[+/-] SAA 2008
[+/-] MLA 2007
[+/-] SAA 2007
[+/-] RSA 2007
[+/-] MLA 2006
[+/-] SAA 2006
[+/-] RSA 2006

Read On This Book
... our occasional reading group
About the reading group
[+/-] Inkhorn reads the Anatomy [+/-] FS Boas, University Drama [+/-] D. Shuger, Political Theologies

The Motto Thus
... our silly woodcut caption contest
[+/-] Past Contests

More Foolery Yet
... which we write periodically
[+/-] Holzknecht Redivivus
[+/-] EEBOnics
[+/-] Notes and Queries

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Some reading?

Parts seem to be very much of the zeitgeist right now, along with knotted scarves worn indoors, chorizo, and, bafflingly, Leona Lewis. So I thought I'd propose reading Stern and Palfrey's Shakespeare in Parts. I'm not a drama person; certainly no Shakespeare nut. Heaven forbid. But it seems like it has lots of implications for all kinds of work. So: anyone like to join me on the dance floor of scholarship? If so, I'll set a date by which I'll have read said tome, and encourage some unbuttoned critique.

Right: to lunch.

 Scribble some marginalia

<< Main