Prezi Presentations

Teaching:

Shakespeare, Adaptation, and Film Lesson Plans

Day 1: Julie Sanders’ Adaptation and Appropriation and Douglas Lanier’s “Where No Bard Has Gone Before” from Shakespeare and Modern Popular Culture.

Day 2: Taming of the Shrew Acts 1-3 and Quotations

Day 3: Taming of the Shrew Acts 3-5 and MLA Format

Day 5: Film Terminology, Joseph Harris’s Rewriting (Chapter 1), Mulvey’s “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” and Zeffirelli’s Taming of the Shrew.

Day 7: Ten Things I Hate About You and Riot Girrls

Day 8: Hamlet Part 1: Logical Outlines and Hamlet Contexts, Acts 1-3,

Day 9: Hamlet Part 2: Mousetrap, Succession, Acts 4-5 

Day 10: Hamlet Part 3: To Be or Not to Be, William Sanders’ “The Undiscovered”

Day 11: Hamlet Part 4: Introductions and Thesis Statements, Doran’s Hamlet, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

Day 12: Macbeth Part 1: Conclusions, Macbeth Acts 1-3

Day 13: Macbeth Part 2: Acts 4-5

Day 14: Macbeth Part 3: Throne of Blood

Day 15: Macbeth Part 4: Throne of Blood Day 2, Research Projects

Research Presentations

Reformation Martyrs in Print: The Case of Anne Askew’s Examinations (with dissertation overview)

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