Coming Soon

24 03 2008

As I await the release of my forthcoming book Shakespeare, Politics, and Italy: Intertextuality on the Jacobean Stage, I hope that this blog will become a space to discuss everything that interests me (and perhaps other people as well). While I may start to insert shameless promotional material as the publication date gets closer, I am enjoying a much deserved break from scholarly writing at the moment and would much rather discuss the complexities of Italian society and culture. One of the advantages of living in Italy is the opportunity to indulge in dietrologia, the quasi-science of attempting to interpret the underlying forces behind the ubiquitous disorder. Shakespeare seems much more innocuous by comparison.

The view from the Greek theatre at Segesta (TP). Note the S shaped viaduct typical of local highway design strategies.

The view from the Greek Theatre at Segesta (TP)

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6 responses

24 03 2008
taze1

Congrats on the new blog! Looking forward to seeing some neat stuff.

25 03 2008
shakespearepolitics

Thanks for the prompt “congrats”! I will do my best to satisfy your hunger for neat stuff.

25 03 2008
barbaraland

Congratulations for your “text community” and “in bocca al lupo” for your book!!!

25 03 2008
taze1

Thanks for the “Thanks”! Come to my blog Tazeworld!

25 03 2008
shakespearepolitics

Taze: Are you really sure you want anyone to come to your blog?

25 03 2008
taze1

Yes! And it would be nice if you could add me to your blogroll.

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