The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1615  Wednesday, 13 August 2003

From:           Michael LoMonico <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Thursday, 14 Aug 2003 09:19:57 -0400
Subject:        Shakespeare magazine-T of C

The Summer issue of Shakespeare magazine is in the mail.  This issue
features article on Teaching with Technology.

News on the Rialto

   * The latest on some special children's programs at the Globe and at
the RSC
   * An update on the NEH "Shakespeare in American Communities" Tour
   * The new Merchant of Venice film with Al Pacino as Shylock
   * A review of Michael Best's Shakespeare Suite CD-ROM
   * A review of The Bard on the Brain book.
   * The latest on conferences, theater, and technology

Shakespeare and Technology

   * "Virtual High School" by Mary Ciccone of Clover Park (WA) HS
   * "Teaching Shakespeare Online" by Katherine Wright of Northern
Illinois University
   * "Threaded Discussions and Teaching Shakespeare" by Bryon Grigsby of
Centenary College
   * "Shakespeare for Kids" by Julie Kachniasz, the Folger Library's
Festivals Project Coordinator
   * Ted Tibbits' CD-ROM, "The Play's the Thing: Teaching Shakespeare
with Performance" reviewed by Chris Shamburg of New Jersey City
   * "The Seven WebQuests of Man" by Josephine Libassi of Longwood (NY)
High School
   * "12 Web Sites You Don't Want to Miss" by Amy Ulen, Web Director of
   * "10 Feature-packed DVDs" by Tanya Gough, Poor Yorick Shakespeare

There are also some bonus articles posted at our Web site,

In a separate posting I will send a Letter from the Editor with a
special announcement.

Michael LoMonico, Editor
Shakespeare Magazine

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