Topic: Shakespeare

The Time-Travel Portal to 18th-Century Shakespeare Gallery

Dec. 16, 2015
What Jane Saw: Digital Shakespeare Gallery

The Shakespeare Gallery has been digitally reconstructed by The University of Texas at Austin — just as it looked in 1796, when novelist Jane Austen took lodging around the corner while visiting London’s sites

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Harry Ransom Center's "Shakespeare in Print and Performance"

Sept. 14, 2015
Shakespeare in Print and Performance graphic identity

On the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death in 1616, the Harry Ransom Center at UT Austin presents the exhibition “Shakespeare in Print and Performance,” commemorating the enduring legacy, longevity and relevance of the most frequently performed and most venerated English playwright.

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Summer With Shakespeare

July 20, 2015
Shakespeare at Winedale 2014 performance of Troilus and Cressida

Ride a roller coaster of love, march toward war or brave the perils of the sea during performances of Shakespeare’s plays at Winedale. A cast of students is spending two months — and 18 hours a day — studying the Bard’s work and bringing the plays to life in performances this summer. 

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Shakespeare Wrote Contested Play, Suggests Text Analysis

April 10, 2015

Through the use of text-analysis software, psychology researchers have identified William Shakespeare as the author of the long-contested play “Double Falsehood,” as described this week in the journal Psychological Science.

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The Shakespeare Code: English Professor Confirms the Bard's Hand in 'The Spanish Tragedy'

Aug. 13, 2013

For centuries, scholars have been searching for answers to a literary mystery: Who wrote the five additional passages in Thomas Kyd's "The Spanish Tragedy"?

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