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How to Make an Anthology & Reading Shakespeare in the Context of Race

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In this episode, my colleagues Jenn Northington and Sharifah Williams talk to me about what it is like to make an anthology, specifically their new co-edited anthology, Fit for the Gods: Greek Mythology Reimagined.

Then, Professor Karim Farah-Cooper joins me to talk about reading Shakespeare through in the context of race. Her new book is called The Great White Bard: How to Love Shakespeare While Talking About Race.

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Discussed in this episode

Fit For the Gods: Greek Mythology Reimagined, edited by Jenn Northington and S. Zainab Williams

The Great White Bard: How to Love Shakespeare While Talking About Race by Prof. Farah Karim-Cooper