Shakespeare und Co

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Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 1. und 2. Stunde

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Title: Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 1. und 2. Stunde
Description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2020; Dienstag, 21. April 2020
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author), Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2020-04-21
Subjects: Englisches Seminar, Shakespeare, Shakespeare and Co, Lecture,
Identifier: UT_20200421_001_shakesco_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: The image of Shakespeare as a solitary genius has been radically revised in recent decades. In particular, it has been established that a substantial part of his works was written together with other authors. They were the products of a culture of collaboration. In this lecture course, we not only want to learn more about Shakespeare as a co-author in the literal sense but also explore other forms of co-creativity relevant to Shakespeare’s works. For example, he could envisage dead writers, as well as his readers, as co-authors of his poems and plays. And whenever he (and his co-authors) represent forms of community, they relate them to literary productivity. Focusing on these topics, we will study a range of works by Shakespeare and others. Students at all levels will thus be introduced to Early Modern English literature, and drama in particular. We will discuss Shakespeare’s Sonnets as well as his plays Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Much Ado About Nothing; Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc (a source for King Lear), Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Chapman, Jonson and Marston’s: Eastward Ho! Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Night of the Burning Pestle, Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (a play that was collaboratively extended over time).

Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 3. und 4. Stunde

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Title: Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 3. und 4. Stunde
Description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2020; Dienstag, 28. April 2020
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author), Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2020-04-28
Subjects: Englisches Seminar, Shakespeare, Shakespeare and Co, Lecture,
Identifier: UT_20200428_001_shakesco_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: The image of Shakespeare as a solitary genius has been radically revised in recent decades. In particular, it has been established that a substantial part of his works was written together with other authors. They were the products of a culture of collaboration. In this lecture course, we not only want to learn more about Shakespeare as a co-author in the literal sense but also explore other forms of co-creativity relevant to Shakespeare’s works. For example, he could envisage dead writers, as well as his readers, as co-authors of his poems and plays. And whenever he (and his co-authors) represent forms of community, they relate them to literary productivity. Focusing on these topics, we will study a range of works by Shakespeare and others. Students at all levels will thus be introduced to Early Modern English literature, and drama in particular. We will discuss Shakespeare’s Sonnets as well as his plays Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Much Ado About Nothing; Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc (a source for King Lear), Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Chapman, Jonson and Marston’s: Eastward Ho! Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Night of the Burning Pestle, Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (a play that was collaboratively extended over time).

Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 5. und 6. Stunde

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Title: Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 5. und 6. Stunde
Description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2020; Dienstag, 05. Mai 2020
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author), Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2020-05-05
Subjects: Englisches Seminar, Shakespeare, Shakespeare and Co, Lecture,
Identifier: UT_20200505_001_shakesco_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: The image of Shakespeare as a solitary genius has been radically revised in recent decades. In particular, it has been established that a substantial part of his works was written together with other authors. They were the products of a culture of collaboration. In this lecture course, we not only want to learn more about Shakespeare as a co-author in the literal sense but also explore other forms of co-creativity relevant to Shakespeare’s works. For example, he could envisage dead writers, as well as his readers, as co-authors of his poems and plays. And whenever he (and his co-authors) represent forms of community, they relate them to literary productivity. Focusing on these topics, we will study a range of works by Shakespeare and others. Students at all levels will thus be introduced to Early Modern English literature, and drama in particular. We will discuss Shakespeare’s Sonnets as well as his plays Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Much Ado About Nothing; Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc (a source for King Lear), Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Chapman, Jonson and Marston’s: Eastward Ho! Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Night of the Burning Pestle, Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (a play that was collaboratively extended over time).

Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 7. und 8. Stunde

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Title: Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 7. und 8. Stunde
Description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2020; Dienstag, 12. Mai 2020
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author), Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2020-05-12
Subjects: Englisches Seminar, Shakespeare, Shakespeare and Co, Lecture,
Identifier: UT_20200512_001_shakesco_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: The image of Shakespeare as a solitary genius has been radically revised in recent decades. In particular, it has been established that a substantial part of his works was written together with other authors. They were the products of a culture of collaboration. In this lecture course, we not only want to learn more about Shakespeare as a co-author in the literal sense but also explore other forms of co-creativity relevant to Shakespeare’s works. For example, he could envisage dead writers, as well as his readers, as co-authors of his poems and plays. And whenever he (and his co-authors) represent forms of community, they relate them to literary productivity. Focusing on these topics, we will study a range of works by Shakespeare and others. Students at all levels will thus be introduced to Early Modern English literature, and drama in particular. We will discuss Shakespeare’s Sonnets as well as his plays Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Much Ado About Nothing; Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc (a source for King Lear), Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Chapman, Jonson and Marston’s: Eastward Ho! Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Night of the Burning Pestle, Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (a play that was collaboratively extended over time).

Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 9. und 10. Stunde

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Title: Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 9. und 10. Stunde
Description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2020; Dienstag, 19. Mai 2020
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author), Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2020-05-19
Subjects: Englisches Seminar, Shakespeare, Shakespeare and Co, Lecture,
Identifier: UT_20200519_001_shakesco_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: The image of Shakespeare as a solitary genius has been radically revised in recent decades. In particular, it has been established that a substantial part of his works was written together with other authors. They were the products of a culture of collaboration. In this lecture course, we not only want to learn more about Shakespeare as a co-author in the literal sense but also explore other forms of co-creativity relevant to Shakespeare’s works. For example, he could envisage dead writers, as well as his readers, as co-authors of his poems and plays. And whenever he (and his co-authors) represent forms of community, they relate them to literary productivity. Focusing on these topics, we will study a range of works by Shakespeare and others. Students at all levels will thus be introduced to Early Modern English literature, and drama in particular. We will discuss Shakespeare’s Sonnets as well as his plays Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Much Ado About Nothing; Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc (a source for King Lear), Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Chapman, Jonson and Marston’s: Eastward Ho! Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Night of the Burning Pestle, Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (a play that was collaboratively extended over time).

Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 11. und 12. Stunde

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Title: Vorlesung Shakespeare and Co, 11. und 12. Stunde
Description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2020; Dienstag, 26. Mai 2020
Creator: Matthias Bauer (author), Angelika Zirker (author)
Contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
Date Created: 2020-05-26
Subjects: Englisches Seminar, Shakespeare, Shakespeare and Co, Lecture,
Identifier: UT_20200526_001_shakesco_0001
Rights: Rechtshinweise
Abstracts: The image of Shakespeare as a solitary genius has been radically revised in recent decades. In particular, it has been established that a substantial part of his works was written together with other authors. They were the products of a culture of collaboration. In this lecture course, we not only want to learn more about Shakespeare as a co-author in the literal sense but also explore other forms of co-creativity relevant to Shakespeare’s works. For example, he could envisage dead writers, as well as his readers, as co-authors of his poems and plays. And whenever he (and his co-authors) represent forms of community, they relate them to literary productivity. Focusing on these topics, we will study a range of works by Shakespeare and others. Students at all levels will thus be introduced to Early Modern English literature, and drama in particular. We will discuss Shakespeare’s Sonnets as well as his plays Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, and Much Ado About Nothing; Norton and Sackville’s Gorboduc (a source for King Lear), Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Chapman, Jonson and Marston’s: Eastward Ho! Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Night of the Burning Pestle, Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi, and Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (a play that was collaboratively extended over time).