Shakespeare's Guide to Hope, Life, and Learning (inbunden)
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University of Toronto Press
5 b&w illustration 8 Illustrations 3 colour illustrations unspecified
3 colour illustrations, 5 b&w illustration
256 x 200 x 20 mm
699 g
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Shakespeare's Guide to Hope, Life, and Learning

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2022-12-19
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"What is the most wonderful thing about teaching this play in our classrooms?" Using this question as a starting point, Shakespeares Guide to Hope, Life, and Learning presents a conversation between four of Shakespeares most popular plays and our modern experience, and between teachers and learners. The book analyzes King Lear, As You Like It, Henry V, and Hamlet, revealing how they help us to appreciate and responsibly interrogate the perspectives of others. Award-winning teachers Lisa Dickson, Shannon Murray, and Jessica Riddell explore a diversity of genres tragedy, history, and comedy with distinct perspectives from their own lived experiences. They carry on lively conversations in the margins of each essay, mirroring the kind of open, ongoing, and collaborative thinking that Shakespeare inspires. The book is informed by ideas of social justice and transformation, articulated by such thinkers as Paulo Freire, Parker J. Palmer, Ira Shor, John D. Caputo, and bell hooks. Shakespeares Guide to Hope, Life, and Learning advocates for a critical hope that arises from classroom experiences and moves into the world at large.
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Lisa Dickson is a 3M National Teaching Fellow and a full professor of early modern literature and literary theory at the University of Northern British Columbia. Shannon Murray is a 3M National Teaching Fellow and a full professor of early modern and childrens literature at the University of Prince Edward Island. Jessica Riddell is a 3M National Teaching Fellow, Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair of Undergraduate Teaching Excellence, and a full professor of early modern literature at Bishops University.


List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Prologue: Shakespeare, the Classroom, and Critical Hope Part One: King Lear Keep Falling, Alice: Rabbit Holes, Monkey Wrenches, and Critical Love in King Lear Jessica Riddell Impossible Choices and Unbreakable Bonds in King Lear: Close Reading, Negative Capability, and Critical Empathy Shannon Murray Bless Thy Sweet Eyes, They Bleed: The Ethics of Pedagogy and My Fear of Lear Lisa Dickson Part Two: As You Like It Learning as an Act of Becoming in As You Like It Jessica Riddell Sweet Are the Uses of Adversity: Duke Seniors Arden as a Hopeful Creation Shannon Murray Something Wicked: Verse and Bodies in As You Like It 5.2 Lisa Dickson Part Three: Henry V Henry V: Prophecy, Hope-Speak, and Future-Speak Shannon Murray Orators of Hope or Rhetors Gone Rogue? The Ambiguities of Persuasion in Henry V Jessica Riddell We Should Just F**k around with Some Text: Henry V and the White Box Classroom Lisa Dickson Part Four: Hamlet Chasing Roosters on the Ramparts: Three Ways of Doing in Hamlet Lisa Dickson Acknowledging the Complexity of Unknowing as an Act of Critical Hope in Hamlet Jessica Riddell Wonder and Dust in a Hopeful Hamlet Shannon Murray Epilogue: The Value of the Edges Works Cited Index