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The activities in this resource are focused around an interview with Dr Hannah Crawforth (King's College London) about her design and launch of an innovative English Literature module, 'Shakespeare's London'. The activities, which are appropriate for individuals or groups, encourage you to think about how you might re-design and run old modules in new ways or launch new modules which draw students in with new features. The activities cover how one might take advantage of the location of your university (e.g. the local landscape or historic sites); how one might develop students’ research skills, and how one might ask relevant reflective questions about an existing module with a view towards revising and improving it.
Mock sentences from exam scripts, to invite discussion of what sorts of sentences belong in good exam answers.
A series of papers which explore: the formation of alternative narratives beyond neoliberalism; the functions of carnival within theatre and suggests playful applications in contemporary politics; the possibilities for performance to intervene in culture to effect change.