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Teaching Shakespeare 20: Call for Papers

Teaching Shakespeare is an international, cross-sector magazine for educators and students that is freely available online via the British Shakespeare Association’s Education section of its website. It has a readership of over 1,000 in more than 60 countries — thanks... Read More...

Teaching Shakespeare 17 available

Issue 17 (Spring 2019) of Teaching Shakespeare is now available to download. Back issues are also available. Read More...

Roger Harcourt’s Speech at BSA Belfast

Our newest honorary fellow, Roger Harcourt, has kindly agreed to the publication of the acceptance speech he delivered during the Belfast conference dinner. Download the Speech Read More...

Teaching Shakespeare 14 is out!

We are pleased to announce that the fourteenth issue of Teaching Shakespeare, is now available for free download. CLICK HERE TO READ THE PDF Please note that the photograph on p.14 was erroneously credit to Saeko Machi. It was in fact taken... Read More...

First Impressions: Studying Othello edited by Barbara Bleiman and Lucy Webster

This post is part of a series of brief, ‘first impression’ reviews of books on Shakespeare in Education. Look out for others posted to the BSA’s Education Network Blog. Name of reviewing team: Kayleigh In a Nutshell, this book is... Read More...

Leeds Meet Shakespeare: Making a Start

A guest post by Claire Chambers (English) and Sarah Olive (Education), University of York On 24 November 2017, a group of teachers, academics, council employees, theatre and arts practitioners from Leeds, York and London gathered at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. They... Read More...

First Impressions: Script Analysis for Theatre by Robert Knopf

This post is part of a series of brief, ‘first impression’ reviews of books on Shakespeare in Education. Look out for others posted to the BSA’s Education Network Blog. Name of reviewing team: Eve In a Nutshell, this book is... Read More...

First Impressions: Directing with the Michael Chekhov Technique by Mark Monday

This post is part of a series of brief, ‘first impression’ reviews of books on Shakespeare in Education. Look out for others posted to the BSA’s Education Network Blog. Name of reviewing team: Katherine In a Nutshell, this book is... Read More...

Shakespeare Schools Foundation – A Festival journey

By Stuart Rathe Stuart Rathe is Education Manager for Shakespeare Schools Foundation. In this posting he writes about his involvement in the Shakespeare Schools Festival – both as a Teacher Director and ‘on the other side of the curtain’ working... Read More...

First Impressions: Biographic Shakespeare by Viv Croot

This post is part of a series of brief, ‘first impression’ reviews of books on Shakespeare in Education. Look out for others posted to the BSA’s Education Network Blog. Name of reviewing team: Daisy  In a Nutshell, this book is... Read More...
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