Shakespeare and The 99% : Literary Studies, the Profession, and the Production of Inequity.

By: Francisco, TimothyContributor(s): O'Dair, SharonMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (292 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783030038830Subject(s): Shakespeare, William,-1564-1616-Criticism and interpretationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Shakespeare and The 99% : Literary Studies, the Profession, and the Production of InequityDDC classification: 822.33 LOC classification: PN1-PN6790Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: 'Truth in Advertising'-Shakespeare and the 99 Percent -- Identification, Alienation, and 'Hating the Renaissance' -- I -- II -- III -- IV -- V -- Shakespeare, Alienation, and the Working-Class Student -- The Whip Hand: Elite Class Formation in Ascham's The Schoolmaster, Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, and the Present Academy -- Class Lines: Do Not Cross -- Castigating Commoners: Royal Precedents to The Schoolmaster -- Love's Labour's Lost: Fear of a Plebeian Sphere -- The Future of Criticism: Creating a Counterpublic in the Literature Class -- 'Instruct Her What She Has to Do': Education, Social Mobility, and Success -- Literature and Cultural Capital in Early Modern and Contemporary Pedagogy -- Creativity Studies and Shakespeare at the Urban Community College -- Performance -- The Bar: A Word About Expectations -- Universal Experience, the Great Equalizer -- Creativity, Maturity, and the Making of Meaning -- Teaching Shakespeare Through Creativity Studies: King Lear -- Shakespeare and Student Tattoos -- Poverty and Privilege: Shakespeare in the Mountains -- How the One Percent Came to Rule the World: Shakespeare, Long-Term Historical Narrative, and the Origins of Capitalism -- Theory, Historiography, and the Rejection of Long-Term Historical Narratives -- Shakespeare and the Emergence of Capitalism -- Teaching Shakespeare in the Undergraduate Classroom: Connecting Early Modernity to Postmodernity -- Hal's Class Performance and Francis's Service Learning: 1 Henry IV 2.4 as Parable of Contemporary Higher Education -- The State of Contemporary Higher Education -- The Old Vision -- Privilege -- The New Traditional Student -- Conclusion -- Place and Privilege in Shakespeare Scholarship and Pedagogy -- Who Did Kill Shakespeare?.
Afterword: Shakespeare, the Swing Voter -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: 'Truth in Advertising'-Shakespeare and the 99 Percent -- Identification, Alienation, and 'Hating the Renaissance' -- I -- II -- III -- IV -- V -- Shakespeare, Alienation, and the Working-Class Student -- The Whip Hand: Elite Class Formation in Ascham's The Schoolmaster, Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost, and the Present Academy -- Class Lines: Do Not Cross -- Castigating Commoners: Royal Precedents to The Schoolmaster -- Love's Labour's Lost: Fear of a Plebeian Sphere -- The Future of Criticism: Creating a Counterpublic in the Literature Class -- 'Instruct Her What She Has to Do': Education, Social Mobility, and Success -- Literature and Cultural Capital in Early Modern and Contemporary Pedagogy -- Creativity Studies and Shakespeare at the Urban Community College -- Performance -- The Bar: A Word About Expectations -- Universal Experience, the Great Equalizer -- Creativity, Maturity, and the Making of Meaning -- Teaching Shakespeare Through Creativity Studies: King Lear -- Shakespeare and Student Tattoos -- Poverty and Privilege: Shakespeare in the Mountains -- How the One Percent Came to Rule the World: Shakespeare, Long-Term Historical Narrative, and the Origins of Capitalism -- Theory, Historiography, and the Rejection of Long-Term Historical Narratives -- Shakespeare and the Emergence of Capitalism -- Teaching Shakespeare in the Undergraduate Classroom: Connecting Early Modernity to Postmodernity -- Hal's Class Performance and Francis's Service Learning: 1 Henry IV 2.4 as Parable of Contemporary Higher Education -- The State of Contemporary Higher Education -- The Old Vision -- Privilege -- The New Traditional Student -- Conclusion -- Place and Privilege in Shakespeare Scholarship and Pedagogy -- Who Did Kill Shakespeare?.

Afterword: Shakespeare, the Swing Voter -- Bibliography -- Index.

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