Douglas Lanier on Shakespeare and New Media

Douglas Lanier, Shakespeare Quarterly

Earlier this year, Shakespeare Quarterly took an important step and launched a brand-new website to showcase content from the journal as well as innovative Shakesperean scholarship outside the traditional print product. The launch of the site coincided with a special issue focused on new media and Shakespeare. Douglas Lanier, professor of English at the University of New Hampshire, served a guest editor for the issue, titled #Bard. He joined us for a podcast about the issue and the direction of Shakesperean scholarship and new media.

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