Review of Shakespeare in the Global South: Stories of Oceans Crossed in Contemporary Adaptation

  • Koel Chatterjee Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Abstract

Shakespeare in the Global South: Stories of Oceans Crossed in Contemporary Adaptation, by Sandra Young. London: The Arden Shakespeare, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019. ISBN-10: 1350035742; ISBN-13: 978-1350035744. $70.00 (Hardback); $54.00 (PDF eBook).

Author Biography

Koel Chatterjee, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

Koel Chatterjee is Lecturer in Integrated English at Trinity Laban Conservatoire Of Music And Dance. Koel specializes in Academic English in Higher Education as well as in teaching Critical Thinking for Academia and Global Shakespeares. She has interests in crossover pedagogical practices in the classroom and in applying literary and pedagogical research to affect policy change. She was awarded her PhD in Shakespeare and Bollywood in 2018 from Royal Holloway, University of London and is currently working on a collection of edited essays on the impact of Indian Shakespeares in the West as part of the new Arden series Global Shakespeare Inverted, ed. David Schalkwyk. Koel also has interests in organizing academic events and has co-organised India-Pakistan-UK: Intertwined Narratives, 2017 in collaboration with RHUL and Tara Arts, Indian Shakespeares on Screen, 2016 in collaboration with BFI Southbank and Asia House and the Shakespeare and Bollywood Conference at Royal Holloway University of London, 2014.

Published
2020-05-01