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Craig Dionne, Posthuman Lear: Reading Shakespeare in the Anthropocene – forthcoming from Punctum

Craig Dionne, Posthuman Lear: Reading Shakespeare in the Anthropocene – forthcoming from Punctum later this year. Part scholarship, part journalism, part ecological screed, this book may read like a mashup of critical perspectives. Like other current investigations into the ecological … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in New York

While in New York for the AAG, I’ll also be speaking at a Shakespeare conference at NYU. It’s organised by the people who put on a conference on Shakespeare and Philosophy earlier this year. More details when they are official, … Continue reading

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