The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0153 Wednesday, 18 February 1998.
From: Mike LoMonico <
Date: Wednesday, 18 Feb 1998 10:54:14 -0500
Subject: Call for Manuscripts
Announcement and Call for Manuscripts:
Getting through a Shakespeare play can sometimes be a daunting task for
a teacher and a reluctant class. Over the past fifteen years, many
excellent new approaches have surfaced in the United States, Canada, and
England. However, finding these ideas and sorting through them can at
times be even more daunting.
In response to requests from our readers around the world, Shakespeare
Magazine launched its Teaching Resource section at
http://www.shakespearemag.com on Friday, February 13. At present, this
section contains twenty carefully selected teaching ideas for various
plays, but the editors plan to add many more and make it the definitive
location for quality Shakespeare lessons.
Martha Harris and Sheri Maeda, both experienced teachers who have served
as Master Teachers at the Folger Library's Teaching Shakespeare
Institute, will serve as editors for this section. They both have a
keen eye for what works and what is a quality lesson. They are presently
calling for submissions of original lessons, teaching ideas, or
All lessons, ideas, or questions should be sent to the editors at