Topic: William Shakespeare

Shakespeare Brand Identified in His First Poems

April 2, 2015
shakespeare-brand

A printer's ornament on the title pages of William Shakespeare's earliest works suggests that from an early stage in his career, the poet received significant support in fashioning a unique brand.

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Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing

April 23, 2014
William Shakespeare's Relevance in Today's Society is Changing

If anniversaries are a good time for taking stock, Shakespeare's 450th birthday on April 23 offers the perfect reason to ask about his plays and poems, and what the future may hold for them.

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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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Shakespeare at Winedale celebrates 40 years

Aug. 26, 2010
Shakespeare at Winedale celebrates 40 years

This summer, dozens of alumni who participate in the English Department's Shakespeare at Winedale program took the stage to commemorate the program's 40th anniversary.

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Four tales of fright

Oct. 26, 2009
Four tales of fright

Four UT professors read excerpts from their favorite horror stories, with chilling passages about ghosts, graveyards, black cats and vampires.

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