Bowdoin’s Kitch on William Shakespeare’s Racial Imagination


William Shakespeare

The enduring attraction of William Shakespeare, say scholars, is his ability to touch on so many subjects and themes which resonate today: jealousy, ambition, betrayal, revenge, and of course, love. But what do The Bard’s plays tell us about the issue of race? It’s a question of particular interest to Associate Professor of English Aaron Kitch.

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