Dr. Joanne E. Gates:
Shakespeare (EH 403, EH 404, EH 562)
Jacksonville State University
- EH 403.001 Syllabus, Spring, 2010
- Cinthio's source for Shakespeare's Othello [Needed for EH 403]
- Shakespeare's Sources. Additional links to Shakepeare's sources, used primarily for Graduate Studies.
- Hamlet Soliloquies, a WORD document.
- MLA Film Citation Form -- from my FAQ page, with links to Shakespeare Film Collection at Berkeley.
- Approaches to the Study of Hamlet, an RTF document converted from PowerPoint. Any version of Microsoft Word should open this file.
- SHAKSPER.net: Web Access to the Academic ListServ. Make sure to read "How to Cite" in the "about SHAKSPER" link. I do not advise membership in the list, as you need to submit a vita of your academic accomplishments and may get flooded with mail you have trouble getting to. I'll demonstrate searches, printing, and keeping track of recent postings.
- Shakespeare and the Tragic Virtue by James P. Hammersmith
- List of Links for suggested reading on Shakespeare and Tragedy
Papers | Academic Work | Shakespeare-related Hypertext
- News from Virginia: The Lost Flocke Triumphant by R. Rich, 1610. Likely known and read by Shakespeare as a source for The Tempest
- John Taylor's Bear-Baiting
- Hamlet Haiku
- Web Resource: Allusions to Shakespeare in The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde
- Web Resource: "References to Shakespeare in Sena Jeter Naslund's Ahab's Wife
- Paper Presentation: "Parodies of Hamlet, Then and Now." Rocky Moutain Medieval Renaissance Association. May 25, 2002. Las Vegas, Nevada. Conference Theme: "The Presence of Our Past."
- Paper presented at Popular Culture Association of the South, Conference in Atlantic Beach, FL (October 4-6, 2001): "Re-Drowning Ophelia: The Representation of Female Disintegration in Recent Films of Hamlet."
- Paper Presented at Mid-Atlantic PCA Conference, Silver Spring, MD, November 2001: "Teaching Titus as a way to examine Shakespeare's Evolution of the Tragic Form."
- Publication: "Introducing Students to Effective Refutation." In the "Short Takes" section of: Kliman, Bernice, ed. Approaches to Teaching Hamlet. New York: Modern Language Association, 2001. 216-217.
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