Robert Crawford gives what he calls a somewhat unconventional reading of The Tempest, arguing that we can see it as a directly political play in the sense that it may function as a criticism of King James I.
Video of lecture by Rob Crawford for the “Remake/Remodel” theme in 2014; also video by Robert Crawford in 2015 for the “Repetition Compulsion” theme.
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Video of lecture by Jill Fellows for the “Remake/Remodel” theme
Video and Powerpoint of lecture by Christina Hendricks for the “Remake/Remodel” theme
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Discussion with Jon Beasley-Murray and Kevin McNeilly
Posted in audio, Jon Beasley-Murray, Kevin McNeilly, Monster in the Mirror, podcast | Tagged with England, Gothic, Hernández, literature, narrative, Romanticism, science, sexuality, Shelley, surrealism, Uruguay