ISSN 1554-6985

VOLUME X ·  NUMBER 1

SPRING/SUMMER 2016

Shakespeare and Social Media

EDITED BY

Maurizio Calbi and Stephen O'Neill

CONTENTS

Introduction (pdf) Maurizio Calbi and Stephen O'Neill
What Would Media Studies Do? Social Media Shakespeare as a Technosocial Process (pdf) Kylie Jarrett and Jeneen Naji

Shakespearean / Social Media Identities

Juliet, I Prosume? or Shakespeare and the Social Network (pdf) Kirk Hendershott-Kraetzer
Peeking Behind the Digital Curtains: Shakespearean Performance Institutions, Social Media, and Access (pdf) Geoffrey Way

Responsible Networks

Researching YouTube Shakespeare: Literary Scholars and the Ethical Challenges of Social Media (pdf) Valerie Fazel
From Face to Facebook: Levinas's Radical Ethics and "Shakespeare Friends" (pdf) Lisa S. Starks-Estes

Modes and Models of (In)Attention

The Economics of (In)Attention in YouTube Shakespeare (pdf) Christy Desmet
Staging Shakespeare in Social Games: Towards a Theory of Theatrical Game Design (pdf) Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, and Toby Malone
"Oh, teach me how I should forget to think": The Pedagogical Problems of Pleasure and Rigor in Social Media and Shakespeare (pdf) Kyle DiRoberto

Appropriation in Performance

Hamlet Redux: Two Korean Productions that Re-stage Shakespeare's Play between Tradition and Today (pdf) Jan Creutzenberg

Contributors

Contributors (pdf)
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