Emma Smith

 

Publications 2017


Reading Shakespeare’s Stage Directions’, forthcoming, Dustagheer and Woods

‘Henry V in the 21st Century’, forthcoming in Britland and Cottegnies


Recent and forthcoming talks 2017-18


1 June: Britgrad, Shakespeare Institute: ‘Early Readers of Shakespeare’s First Folio’

22 June, Spenser Conference, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

14 September: Shakespeare Study Morning for Schools, English Faculty, Oxford

9 October, Cymbeline, English Faculty, Oxford (catch up on Approaching Shakespeare series, Apple Podcasts)

11-13 October, ‘Globalizing Bibliography’, Philadelphia PA

16 October, All’s Well that Ends Well, English Faculty, Oxford (catch up on Approaching Shakespeare series, Apple Podcasts)

23 October, Merry Wives of Windsor, English Faculty, Oxford (catch up on Approaching Shakespeare series, Apple Podcasts)

30 October, 2 Henry VI, English Faculty, Oxford (catch up on Approaching Shakespeare series, Apple Podcasts)

6 November, Two Gentlemen of Verona, English Faculty, Oxford (catch up on Approaching Shakespeare series, Apple Podcasts)

10 November, ‘Shakespeare’s Southwark Reformation’, College of Canons, Southwark Cathedral

12 November, Historicisms, Theory Day School, Oxford University Department for Continuing Education

15 November, Drama Graduate Seminar, University of Exeter

7 December, Hamlet, Cherwell School Oxford

                                             NEWS 14 January 2018


  1. New Humanities Commons site

  2. New publication: delighted to be one of the contributors to Sarah Dustagheer and Gill Woods’ Stage Directions and Shakespearean Theatre!

  3. Shakespeare’s First Folio: Four Centuries of an Iconic Book paperback coming soon from OUP

  4. New lectures added to ‘Approaching Shakespeare’ (26 lectures) and ‘Not Shakespeare’ (11 lectures) on Apply Podcasts or via Oxford podcasts

  5. some short Shakespeare articles online as part of the British Library’s excellent Discovering Literature site

I work at Hertford College as Fellow and Tutor in English, and at the University of Oxford as Professor of Shakespeare Studies in the Faculty of English Language and Literature.


My research and teaching interests are in Shakespeare’s reception in print, performance, and criticism, and in early modern theatre.