Shakespeare for Teachers - Free Event

A study day for those teaching Shakespeare at A-Level, organised by the London Shakespeare Centre, King's College London; Birkbeck, University of London; and the English Association

close up of Shakespeare's faceSaturday 21st October

King's College London

Council Room, King's Building, 2nd floor

10.00 - 3.30

Places will be limited, so early booking is advised.

10.00 Welcome
10.10 Shakespeare criticism today (Gordon McMullan)
11.00 Coffee
11.20 Teaching tragedy in context: Othello and King Lear (Gillian Woods, Pamela Bickley, Sean McEvoy)
12.30 Sandwich lunch (provided)
1.15 Using digital tools and social media in teaching (John Lavagnino)
1.45 Shakespeare criticism across time: The Tempest (Sarah Lewis)
2.30 Break
2.45 Open discussion
3.30 End of Programme

Booking information

To reserve a place, please e-mail


Dr Pamela Bickley, English Association

Professor Gordon McMullan, King's College London

Dr Gillian Woods, Birkbeck, University of London

Dr John Lavagnino, King's College London

Dr Sarah Lewis, King's College London

Sean McEvoy, Varndean College

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