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Thoughts on Shakespeare

I have the privilege of teaching Shakespeare this semester–so naturally my thoughts are tending to the Bard.

I think there is much more of theological relevance in Shakespeare than some people realize. 547 more words

Donald Williams

Shylock is my name

last thursday evening (4th february), 7.16-7.24pm, on bbc radio 4
front row (presented by kirsty lang) leads with …

“Howard Jacobson talks about his new novel, Shylock is My Name“

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The Vilification of Shylock

As Shakespeare’s plays have not decreased in status in the canon of English literature, their themes and characters have achieved a timeless quality that allows them to be reexamined repeatedly over time. 1,247 more words


Sign the Employers’ Pledge or take a leaf out of someone’s book

It is most reassuring to see the employer’s pledge on an association’s website:

“In … (year), the …  (organisation) signed the Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP)

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HMD: Free thinking

this evening (wednesday 27th), 10.00-10.45pm, on bbc radio 3
stefan zweig, howard jacobson, michael sandle (presented by philip dodd) (in the free thinking series) 71 more words

This week - last week

This week I’m reading about the attack on Paris. I don’t need to tell you about it. The media is full of front-line news on continual loop. 529 more words