Tag Archives: academia

Shakespeare's Stages

Shakespeare's Stages

Actor Michael Pennington discusses the direct effect on Shakespeare’s writing on the theatres he wrote for, so different from ours. A lecture by Michael Pennington, Actor and Founder of the English Shakespeare Company 6 November 2018 Leading actor and Shakespeare scholar Michael Pennington discusses the direct effect on the dramatist’s writing of the theatres he wrote for, so different from ours. From cinematic intimacy to heroic spaciousness, his plays reflect… Read Article →

I AM THEATRE: Young Jean Lee

I AM THEATRE: Young Jean Lee

Young Jean Lee has been called “a rising star” by the New York Times and “one of the best experimental playwrights in America” by Time Out New York. She has written and directed eight shows in New York with Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company and toured her work to over twenty cities around the world. Her plays have been published by Theatre Communications Group (SONGS OF THE DRAGONS FLYING TO… Read Article →

Deirdre McCloskey and Dave Rubin: Trans in Academia, Liberalism, Free Trade (Full Interview)

Deirdre McCloskey and Dave Rubin: Trans in Academia, Liberalism, Free Trade (Full Interview)

Deirdre McCloskey (economist and professor) joins Dave Rubin to discuss being a trans woman in academia, classical liberalism, authoritarianism, Trump, and free trade. This is part of our collaboration with Learn Liberty featuring interviews with classical liberals. ***Learn Liberty on YouTube: ****** The Rubin Report is fan funded: SUPPORT MONTHLY (Patreon): SUPPORT ONE-TIME (PayPal): What are your thoughts? Comment below or tweet to Dave: Sign up for our newsletter with… Read Article →

Searching for Shakespeare

Searching for Shakespeare

**ORDER our new book: Will Shakespeare turns 449 years young this week, and the Ph.Detours gang travels to London to find out why he’s still so fascinating after all these years. Ph.Detours Ep. 7: In Search of Shakespeare This video is brought to you by PHD TV: (more videos!) Can’t watch now? Read about it at Subscribe to our channel: CREDITS: Hosts: Alexandra Lockwood, Crystal Dilworth Music: Ph.Detours Theme by… Read Article →

Understanding Shakespeare's Sonnets

Understanding Shakespeare's Sonnets

In the year of the 400th anniversary of their publication Professors Stanley Wells, CBE, and Jonathan Bate, CBE, talk to Paul Edmondson about the content and context of Shakespeare’s collection of sonnets. 400 years ago were published some of the greatest poems we've ever known in the English language 2009 is a 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare's sonnets which burst onto an astonished London scene in 1609 why… Read Article →

Scholarship on Social Media and the Academic Self

Scholarship on Social Media and the Academic Self

More and more higher education faculty use social media for their teaching, research, and service. Even though lots of writers suggest ways for academics to use social media, there is little research reporting the practices that academics engage in online. What do professors write about on their blogs? What do they share on Twitter? What does this tell us about academic identity? This video summarizes a study aimed to answer… Read Article →

My Hero Academia English Voice Actors [SacAnime Winter 2019]

My Hero Academia English Voice Actors [SacAnime Winter 2019]

We are thrilled to offer our attendees another amazing My Hero Academia reunion. Will one stage be able to hold this many amazing voice actors? Come and find out. Panel: My Hero Academia Event: SacAnime Winter 2019 Guests: Justin Briner, Brandon McInnis, J. Michael Tatum, Christopher Wehkamp, Eric Vale, Colleen Clinkenbeard & Luci Christian Date Of Recording: January 5, 2019 Recording Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM PST Website: Facebook:… Read Article →

should you study english literature at uni?

should you study english literature at uni?

What are English Lit degrees like? Is an English degree right for you? Do you need an English degree to be a writer? Or will it be the biggest regret of your life? I’m pretty biased (lol), so do go and check out Ariel’s video too for a more positive perspective: Bit of a long’un again, so here are some specific times for things I talk about in this vid:… Read Article →

Creative Writing Academy, Summer School 2019 | Oxford Scholastica

Creative Writing Academy, Summer School 2019 | Oxford Scholastica

Book now for Summer 2019 – The Creative Writing courses at Oxford Scholastica enable students between the ages of 15-18 to discover and explore creative writing tips, tricks and develop their writing skills in Oxford. From learning what writing techniques you need to make your work exciting for readers – from world building to character development – Oxford Scholastica’s Creative Writing summer courses will give you a hands-on experience of… Read Article →