Teaching Shakespeare at Key Stage 4: Language, Structure, and Form
I didn’t know it at the time, but this essay marked a beginning for me: it was the first stage of a process of reflection, trial-and-error, mistakes and successes – a process that continues to this day.
“Funeral Baked Meats”: Cannibalism and Corpse Medicine in “Hamlet”
In “Hamlet,” Shakespeare’s depiction of man-eating in forces his audience to confront their own unsavoury distinctions between “acceptable” and “unacceptable” forms of cannibalism…
Shakespeare and the Living Dead
A summary of my PhD thesis: featuring ghosts, gore, and a spooky review of Michael Boyd’s 2011 “Macbeth”…