The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 23.0376 Friday, 10 September 2012
Date: September 6, 2012 1:17:17 PM EDT
Subject: Re: SHAKSPER Web Site
I've been visiting the website lately, as I'm preparing to direct Hamlet in the spring. Revisiting some old discussions and ransacking other resources. It is, indeed, well worth visiting, and I'm greatly appreciative that it's available.
C. David Frankel
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2012
Subject: Have You Looked at the SHAKSPER Web Site Lately?
A gentle reminder that there is a wealth of information at the SHAKSPER web site: shaksper.net
At the About tab—http://shaksper.net/about
- You can learn general information about the list and read some of the essays I have written about it;
- You can also read about the SHAKSPER “Team,” about the SHAKSPER Advisory Board and about the SHAKSPER Book Review Panel; and
- You can read about SHAKSPER Netiquette and how to cite SHAKSPER;
At the Scholarly Resources tab—http://shaksper.net/scholarly-resources
- You can find my “Selected Guide to Shakespeare on the Internet”;
- You can find the SBReviews, the SHAKSPER Book Reviews;
- You can find the past SHAKSPER Roundtable Discussions;
- You can find papers from SHAKSPER members seeking critical advice;
- You can find the SHAKSPER Library of Essays and Reference Files; and
- You can find my past Cook’s Tours and my Shakespeare Pedagogical Resources.
Then there are tabs to the Archive, Current Postings, and Announcements as well as a tab about PlayShakespeare, the site that hosts SHAKSPER.
I believe that there is much useful information available and worth a visit to the site if you have not been there or not been there lately.