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A Skull, a Screen, and a Quarantine: Teaching Shakespeare during the Pandemic

COVID-19 Reflections on Teaching

A Skull, a Screen, and a Quarantine: Teaching Shakespeare during the Pandemic

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In more than a decade of teaching Romeo and Juliet at my small liberal arts college, I’d never had a student walk through class wearing only a towel. Then again, I’d never taught Shakespeare during a pandemic before.

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  1. Sarra Lev June 22, 2021

    Wow, could I ever relate to this article. Parallel experiences are so nice to read about. Thank you.

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