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Prof. Ian Smith delivering the Shakespeare Birthday Lecture @FolgerLibrary "Whiteness: A Primer for Understanding Shakespeare." Kathleen Lynch detailing the history of the birthday lecture and the history of this lecture in "the American response to Shakespeare." 1/ #ShakeRace
Lynch tells us that Smith will challenge some of the assumptions we have about Shakespeare and the unexamined perspective that we often bring. 2/
Whiteness has something to do with skin color because as a culture we read bodies in a certain way and assign values to those bodies. This is also a question of ideology and a pervasive set of attitudes. Associated with a class, gatekeepers and the Shax industry. --Smith 3/
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🚨#ShakeRace🚨Our
@jnlamstudies Forum, “#Shakespeare and #Black America” before the 2020 print publication if you have access to the
@CambridgeCore platform. Just in time for our #RaceB4Race discussions on appropriation! Buckle up--Tweetstorm a' comin' #LitPOC #MedievalTwitter
2/ These essays are short and, not just accessible, but actually enjoyable (IMHO). I’m always tweeting stuff for you to check out, but this time you don’t have to listen to just me. (Although y'all most def should listen to me) + #ShakeRace #RaceB4Race #LitPOC
3/ Look at this referee comment. Now you KNOW you need to read these if you are interested in #appropriation #pedagogy #theater #Activism #archives #BlackHistory! Thanks generous and insightful reviewer!! #ShakeRace #RaceB4Race #LitPOC #ShaxCultApp
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OK folks a few more thoughts for #MedievalTwitter on that NYT article as #Kzoo2019 approaches. [THREAD] #LitPOC #NotAMonk
1/ I’m glad that the #NotAMonk convos are pointing out problems with the NYT article's opening quote (Richard Utz, prominent white male medievalist, “speaking for” the field as if it were “apolitical” and as if monks were apolitical — in the past or present).
2/ But such convos are still uneven in naming the harms of such framing: this kind of statement is part of a continued pattern of sidelining marginalized medievalists (esp. BIPOC) and casting such ppl/allies as “inappropriately” political or “imposing” on an innocent field.
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