1996

Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0364.  Monday, 13 May 1996.

From:           Milla Riggio <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Saturday, 11 May 1996 10:00:41 -0500 (EST)
Subject:        Announcement: TEACHING SHAKESPEARE THROUGH PERFORMANCE

Dear Fellow Shakespereans:

In the upcoming book on TEACHING SHAKESPEARE THROUGH PERFORMANCE, which I am
editing, Michael Mullin is giving SHAKSPER a nice plug.  Now, I'd like to offer
you all a last chance to get your plugs and preferences into the book.  We are
sending the ms. in to MLA within the next two weeks.  The last item on the
agenda is to group, cite, and annotate a list of good texts and good works to
use in courses teaching Shakespeare through Performance.  Can you speak up for
the textual editions which you prefer, and say why, and can you cite the
secondary resources and books which you find most helpful in class? This will
be a HUGE service to me and to your fellow teachers.  And this is truly the
last call.

Quick responses, either private or public, would be greatly appreciated If you
are replying to me privately, please use the following address rather than the
one listed on the send line above:

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This lengthy project is almost done.  We'd love your help once more!

Thanks,
Milla Riggio

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