In this podcast, Kourtney Smith and Elyse Sharp aim to view Shakespeare in new and diverse contexts. They also discuss how his works have been performed throughout history, and how people have brought their own unique experiences to the stage.
Hosted by Michael Lueger, this podcast takes an in-depth look at notable events in theatre history. The website has notes that accompany each episode, and some episodes have transcripts and relevant art and images. Click here for more information. Episode
Archie Cornish, Kate De Rycker, and Cathy Shrank (among other guests) explore the life and works of Thomas Nashe in this podcast. They focus on particular topics, such as the plague and ghosts, and how these concepts were explored in
Henry Eliot hosts this podcast about influential works of liteature. In each episode, he travels to a relevant location that shaped the text. Click here for more information. Episode Length 1 Hour Selected Episodes 4 February, 2021: The Canterbury Tales
Led by several hosts, the Travels Through Time podcast is a unique take on the format of the typical history podcast. In each episode, a historian is asked what time period they would most like to visit, and is then
Led by Prof. Susannah Lipscomb, this researcher covers various topics in regards to the 16th and early 17th century, including art, history, and even sports. True to its title, this podcast is not solely about the Tudors, and covers a