Course Description

Shakespearean drama was an important medium for entertainment and for reflecting contemporary socio-political realities on stage. A mark of Shakespeare's continued relevance and popularity is the constant remaking of his plays in a variety of media. This course analyses the textual, thematic, historical, and theoretical readings of Shakespearean drama. Students explore a variety of adaptations, including folk performance, early-modern theatre, television, and film.


Prerequisite: ENG 108 or CENG 110

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