Alex Huang talks about Global Shakespeare in Several Interviews

September 3, 2011

Written by Belinda Yung, MIT

Excerpts from Prof. Alexander Huang’s talk, “All the world’s a stage,” in the Hub on Castlehill, Edinburgh International Festival, 15 August 2011

 

Excerpts from Prof. Alexander Huang’s guest appearance on BBC Radio’s “Classics Unwrapped” presented by Jamie MacDougall, 14 August 2011

Excerpts from Prof. Alexander Huang’s guest appearance on BBC 2′s “Review Show” (Television) on 19 August 2011 which covered the 2011 Edinburgh International Festival

 

In a recent article “Bringing Shakespeare to life” published in the GW Hatchet, the George Washington University community was introduced to new faculty member Prof. Alexander Huang who will be teaching two courses on Shakespeare this fall.  A GW student journalist reported the students’ enthusiasm about using VITAL and Global Shakespears in Prof. Huang’s class in a news story entitled “All the World’s a Stage: Alex Huang at GW.” See also this recent GW Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute blog entry.

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