Shakespearean Territories

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  1. Pingback: Shakespearean Territories – planned book now has a dedicated page | Progressive Geographies

  2. Pingback: REMEDIAEVAL: Proposal for a New Minigraph Book Series | Progressive Geographies

  3. Pingback: King Lear with Michael Pennington at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center | Progressive Geographies

  4. Pingback: Gastón Gordillo, The Politics of Ruins – interview with Léopold Lambert of The Funambulist | Progressive Geographies

  5. Pingback: Completing other tasks – returning to the Foucault’s Last Decade project | Progressive Geographies

  6. Pingback: 2014 in review – talks, publications and writing | Progressive Geographies

  7. Pingback: University of New South Wales – lecture and workshop this week | Progressive Geographies

  8. The Folger’s digital and searchable collection might allow for some interesting text mining that would add to your research.

  9. Pingback: Books received – review work recompense from Ashgate, Palgrave, Polity, UGa Press, UM Press | Progressive Geographies

  10. Pingback: Sessions on Ebola and Terrain at the AAG  | Progressive Geographies

  11. Pingback: Laws, Economies and Territories in Richard II – audio recording of a talk at Purchase College | Progressive Geographies

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  13. Pingback: Hamlet without the Ghost – Peter Sarsgaard at the Classic Stage Company | Progressive Geographies

  14. Pingback: King John at the Globe – the text, the Magna Carta, land and the question of territory | Progressive Geographies

  15. Pingback: Shakespeare’s Richard II by Scena Mundi at St Bartholomew the Great church | Progressive Geographies

  16. Pingback: Foucault’s Last Decade update 24 – other work while waiting for the reports, and the draft cover blurb | Progressive Geographies

  17. Pingback: Books received – Shakespeare’s history plays, ‘Shakespeare’? and Yacobi | Progressive Geographies

  18. Pingback: My sabbatical rules for writing | Progressive Geographies

  19. Pingback: The Barbican’s production of Hamlet, with Benedict Cumberbatch | Progressive Geographies

  20. Pingback: ‘The Territories and Majesty of Shakespeare’s King John’ – talks at Warwick 3 November and UCL 23 November | Progressive Geographies

  21. Pingback: Everything you always wanted to know about territory, but were afraid to ask Shakespeare – talk to Cambridge University Geographical Society, 25 November 2015 | Progressive Geographies

  22. Pingback: 2015 in review – talks, publications and writing, plus links to ‘best-of’ lists | Progressive Geographies

  23. Pingback: Foucault: the Birth of Power Update 11: clearing the decks and beginning to move from Foucault to Shakespeare | Progressive Geographies

  24. Pingback: Autumn and Winter 2016-17 talks – Foucault, Shakespeare and Terrain | Progressive Geographies

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