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Shakespeare in Education

Introducing Hamlet and Henry V through Penny Marchal’s Renaissnace Man

By Yuto Koizumi Yuto Koizumi is an Associate professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology. He teaches at the Institute of Liberal Arts, Tokyo Institute of Technology. His postgraduate research, on Shakespearean cinema, was undertaken at Waseda University. He also received... Read More...

Teaching Shakespeare 13 is out!

We are pleased to announce that the thirteenth issue of Teaching Shakespeare, a special guest take-over issue, is now available for free download. CLICK HERE TO READ THE PDF You can read back issues of Teaching Shakespeare elsewhere on this website. Read More...

Barriers to learning in CHE?

At the major English: Shared Futures conference in Newcastle in July, Lindy Rudd was one of the speakers on a panel convened by the British Shakespeare Association to consider aspects of teaching Shakespeare's works across all sectors of education. Lindy... Read More...

Teaching Shakespeare News

On 30th June 2017, Sarah Olive gave a presentation on the impact beyond academia of Teaching Shakespeare to a committee in the Department of Education, University of York. Present were Baroness Morris of Yardley; Anthony Tomei CBE, Director of the... Read More...

£10 Amazon voucher offered in return for your participation in a study of Teaching Shakespeare’s impact

We are currently carrying out an evaluation of the impact of Teaching Shakespeare, the British Shakespeare Association magazine, which aims to provide support for Shakespeare educators across sectors. This evaluation is being carried out by the editor and founder of the magazine... Read More...

Everyone’s a critic: a short course for graduate students at the University of York

By Sarah Olive Last week, I finished running a free short course I’d devised for graduate students at the University of York, regardless of discipline, for fun rather than credit. In the event, seven students came from programmes as wide-ranging... Read More...

Teaching Shakespeare 12 is out!

We are pleased to announce that the twelfth issue of Teaching Shakespeare and the first ever summer issue of the magazine, with articles on Shakespeare in Hanoi, on Shakespeare and autistic students, on young offenders and Othello, and on digitized promptbooks,... Read More...

Programme and Registration Forms for our Teachers’ Conference!

The BSA is pleased to announce that the programme and registration form for our teachers' conference this summer are now available. Download Programme Download Registration Form Full details for this event continue below: Teachers’ Conference: Shakespeare and Creativity Thursday 3... Read More...

Teaching Shakespeare: Readers have their say

In late 2016, members of the British Shakespeare Association, specifically readers of and contributors to Teaching Shakespeare, were invited via links in email newsletters and on Twitter and Facebook to complete a ten-minute online survey on their experiences of using... Read More...

First Impressions: Shakespeare – Lives and Works by Ole Juul Lund

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. 15-minute reviewer: BSA Teaching Trustee Chris Green In a nutshell, this... Read More...
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