The archive holds information on over 275 Latinx-themed and/or authored plays and productions of western classics, including Shakespeare, Greek and Roman plays, the Spanish Golden Age, and more. It includes, photographs, reviews, ephemera, and resources. The site has reviews from over 25 contributors and growing. Launched in February 2023.
A searchable electronic database consisting of the most comprehensive record of Shakespeare-related scholarship and theatrical productions published or produced worldwide between 1960 to the present.
Women & Shakespeare Podcast is a monthly series that features conversations with diverse women directors, actors, writers, and academics who are involved in making and interpreting Shakespeare. It is designed to harness digital humanities to redress the gender and racial disparity in academic citational practices, public discourse, and rehearsal room power dynamics in the field of Shakespeare studies and performance. Funded by NYU (New York University), Series 1 includes guests ranging from renowned actors Dona Croll, Kathy Pogson, and Janet Suzman to Orwell prize-winning author, Dr Delia Jarett Macauley to Head of Higher Education and Research at Shakespeare’s Globe and Vice-President of the Shakespeare Association of America, Professor Farah Karim-Cooper, to multiple award-winning playwright Chris Bush.
The Global Shakespeares Video & Performance Archive is a collaborative project providing online access to performances of Shakespeare from many parts of the world as well as essays and metadata provided by scholars and educators in the field. The archive is a work in progress and currently includes a catalogue of over 300 productions.
This resource examines similarities between 17th-century England and classical Rome, including primary-source documents from the Newberry Library collection.
Historical and literary context for The Tempest and Utopias, including primary-source documents from the Newberry Library collection.
Digital Collections for the Classroom: Marriage and Family in Shakespeare’s England
Source documents and background information showing the ways in which Shakespeare’s plays respond to changes in the understanding and organization of family during the English Renaissance.