Review of <i>The Hurly Burly Shakespeare Show!</i>

Authors

  • Lisa Robinson St. John's University

Abstract

The Hurly Burly Shakespeare Show! is a podcast featuring creators and hosts Aubrey Whitlock and Jess Hamlet, or as they like to call themselves, Whamlet. This project walks listeners through early modern texts, the bulk of which come from Will "The Thrill" Shakespeare (as they affectionately call him). Informal and cheeky, the show is also engaging and smart, drawing on both hosts' rich expertise as academics and practitioners.

Author Biography

Lisa Robinson, St. John's University

Lisa Robinson is a PhD Candidate at St. John's University in Queens, New York. She is currently working on her dissertation, titled "Posthuman Queer Ecosexuality: Shakespeare and Earthly Consummation," which explores the intersection of queer theory and ecocriticism in several of Shakespeare's tragedies. Lisa has previously presented her work at SAA, ASLE, ASTR, MLA, and the 2020 Eco-Entanglements conference at the Kinney Center for Renaissance Studies. She has served as the Chairperson for her departmental graduate student organization for the last two years, and is currently working on starting a grad student caucus for the Shakespeare Association of America.

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Published

2021-03-29

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Section

Digital Appropriations