Anti-racist Shakespeare

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  Professor Farah Karim-Cooper examines the racial meanings behind the language of light/dark and white/black used in Shakespeare’s England

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Anti-racist Shakespeare

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Just good friends? Same-sex intimacy in The Two Noble Kinsmen

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Thought of the week: Happy birthday Shakespeare

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Celebrate Shakespeare's birthday with us

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Shakespeare and climate change

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How to watch our free Globe Player films

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Things to do during February half term at the Globe

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30 Shakespearean chat-up lines for Valentine's Day

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Announcing Summer 2020 at the Globe

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