Continuing Professional Development: Teaching Shakespeare and Race

Bankside

This one-off Continuing Professional Development session will give you the tools and confidence to bring important conversations about race into the classroom, with practical approaches to teaching Shakespeare’s Othello, The Merchant of Venice and The Tempest.

Working with an experienced Globe Education Practitioner, you’ll use academic and practical tools to analyse Shakespeare’s works through an anti-racist lens.

Using techniques direct from our rehearsal rooms and references to current research relating to the plays in their original and contemporary contexts, you will uncover the possibilities and provocative discussions that can arise from looking at some of his most famous plays within the context of race and anti-racism.

Your experience includes:

• A one-and-a-half-hour workshop with an expert practitioner

• A tour of the Globe Theatre

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This event is on-site – please meet in the main foyer.

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