Shakespeare by Individual Studies
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An Introduction

The Department of English is offering a complete survey of Shakespeare in two semester courses, to be taken by Individual Studies. The courses will involve no formal lectures but will offer instead a variety of ways in which students can interact with each other and with the course instructor. There will be an emphasis on computer resources, but no previous knowledge of computing skill is needed.

In the academic year 2002-2003 English 366D is offered in the Fall term, 366E in the Spring.

if you are taking the course off-campus, you can print out a form for requesting the course materials from the UVic Bookstore by going to this page.

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Course One: ENGL 366D
Shakespeare's Histories and Tragedies

An Overview

The Assignments

  1. #1. The Web Board
  2. #2. Option A: Blocking a Scene
    #2. Option B: Comparing Two Video Performances
  3. #3. The Explication
  4. #4. The Final Examination
  5. Office hours

Acknowledgements

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Course Two: ENGL 366E
Shakespeare's Comedies, Problem Plays, and Romances

An Overview

A form for ordering the Course Pack and text from the UVic Bookstore.

The Assignments

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Additional Resources

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This page last updated on 18 September 2004.

Send queries to Michael Best, English Department, University of Victoria, Victoria B.C. V8W 3W1, Canada.

mbest1@uvic.ca