Both these talks summarise the Shakespearean Territories book, forthcoming from University of Chicago Press in October 2018.
The Queen Mary talk was part of a workshop on ‘Territory’s Value’, with Charles Maier and organised by Simon Reid-Henry. It’s about 20 minutes long.
The King’s College talk was to Richard Schofield’s MA seminar and is about 45 minutes long. I cover most of the Queen Mary talk, but also say a bit more about Hamlet, Othello and some more detail on other chapters.
There are lots of other older recordings of talks about this project here.
A summary of the whole project in six minutes can be heard in a British Academy podcast ‘From Our Fellows’. My contribution begins at 21.45 minutes.
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