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Vorlesung Identity in Shakespeare, 21. und 22. Stunde
Bauer, Matthias; Zirker, Angelika (2021)
Bauer M., et al. "Vorlesung Identity in Shakespeare, 21. und 22. Stunde.", timms video, Universität Tübingen (2021): https://timms.uni-tuebingen.de:443/tp/UT_20210720_001_sose21identshakespeare_0001. Accessed 21 Sep 2023.
Bauer, M. & Zirker, A. (2021). Vorlesung Identity in Shakespeare, 21. und 22. Stunde. timms video: Universität Tübingen. Retrieved September 21, 2023 from the World Wide Web https://timms.uni-tuebingen.de:443/tp/UT_20210720_001_sose21identshakespeare_0001
Bauer, M. and Zirker, A. (2021). Vorlesung Identity in Shakespeare, 21. und 22. Stunde [Online video]. 20 July. Available at: https://timms.uni-tuebingen.de:443/tp/UT_20210720_001_sose21identshakespeare_0001 (Accessed: 21 September 2023).
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title: Vorlesung Identity in Shakespeare, 21. und 22. Stunde
alt. title: Lecture Identity in Shakespeare, 21. and 22. Lesson
creators: Bauer, Matthias (author), Zirker, Angelika (author)
subjects: Englisches Seminar, Identity, Shakespeare, Lecture, Vorlesung
description: Vorlesung im SoSe 2021; Dienstag, 20. Juli 2021
abstract: "Who is it that can tell me who I am?" This desperate question not only shows us the exceptional case of King Lear, who has lost everything that defined his place in the world, but could also be used as a signature phrase for Shakespeare’s characters in general. In spite of what one might assume about the pre-modern period - that this was a time when everyone knew where they belonged - Shakespeare’s plays are full of people to whom identity is problem. Modern broad-scale categories of gender, race, and class can easily be identified as Shakespeare’s concern, but these are just some of the most obvious dimensions involved. He combines a great number of further criteria with those three: does the way characters speak determine who they are? Their age? Their roles as fathers, wives, daughters? Their beliefs? Their upbringing? In this lecture course, each week one of the plays will be discussed with a view to one or several problems of identity, which will be taken up and contextualized in the subsequent week. In this way, six plays and issues will be explored and steps towards a literary and cultural history of identity taken. Besides King Lear, this will be Coriolanus and Henry V (for tragedies and histories), as well as The Two Gentlemen of Verona, As You Like It, and The Merchant of Venice (for comedies).
publisher: ZDV Universität Tübingen
contributor: ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
creation date: 2021-07-20
dc type: image
localtype: video
identifier: UT_20210720_001_sose21identshakespeare_0001
language: eng
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