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Diana Henderson, Arthur J. Conner Professor of Literature and MacVicar Faculty Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Co-editor of Shakespeare Studies, spoke in a recent podcast entitled Shakespeare, Woolf, and Shake-shifting, part of a series called Women and Shakespeare. She discussed “Virginia Woolf’s collaborations with Shakespeare, Shakespeare Films, adaptations and Shake-shifting, and collaborative models for the discipline.”*

For more information about “Shake-shifting,” please read Henderson’s book Collaborations with the Past: Reshaping Shakespeare across Time and Media (Cornell University Press, 2006).




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