The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0210  Friday, 24 March 2006

From: 		Thomas Larque <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 		Thursday, 23 Mar 2006 18:15:22 -0000
Subject: 	Webpage Additions - Elizabethan Drama. Shakespearean Theses.

I would like to draw SHAKSPEReans attention to one new and one recently 
expanded source published on the websites to which I contribute (added 
in the Autumn and Winter of last year, but I have not previously 
mentioned them on SHAKSPER).

The first new material is my own "Lecture on Elizabethan Theatre" 
(http://shakespearean.org.uk/elizthea1.htm), which was originally 
delivered - as a specialist guest lecture - to BTEC in Performing Arts 
students in 2001.  The aim of the lecture is to give a rapid 
introduction to Elizabethan staging techniques and the playhouses, 
actors, and playing techniques of Elizabethan Theatre for a 
non-specialist audience.

The updated material is a new version of my "Index to Shakespearean 
Theses" (http://www.britishshakespeare.ws/theses.php), which lists 
British and Irish PhD/DPhil and research Masters theses on Shakespeare 
completed during the years 1990 to 2004.  The update includes a number 
of theses not found in the "Index to Theses" database, on which the 
Index is principally based, and also brings the list of completed theses 
forward by a year to include those produced in 2004.  I would welcome 
any additions to the index from the right period and countries (Britain 
and Ireland).

I would invite SHAKSPEReans who are not familiar with these sites to 
visit their homepages:

"Shakespeare and His Critics" - http://shakespearean.org.uk
"British Shakespeare Association" - http://britishshakespeare.ws

And I would also be grateful if anybody maintaining a list of links 
(that cover Shakespearean topics or subjects otherwise related to these 
sites) would add my sites and individual pages wherever appropriate.

Many thanks for reading this.  I hope that the sites and pages prove 
useful to some of you.

Thomas Larque.

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