An imagined story of Shakespeare's family life, focusing on what is usually mentioned only in footnotes - his wife and children, including the death of his son Hamnet during childhood. What's fascinating is that Shakespeare's name is not mentioned once in the story!
During the past 2 months I documented my learning journey with the online course Bard101x, Shakespeare Matters by University of Adelaide. In this post I share my key takaways as wrap-up of the course.
I'm so excited as I start my online learning journey with Bard101x, Shakespeare Matters by University of Adelaide. After a brief introduction into Shakespeare's world in the opening module, now it's time to get into Shakespeare's life and his most famous play - Hamlet.
"Shakespeare may have died over 400 years ago, but he is still very much alive today" In a recent post about Hogarth Shakespeare I shared my interest in learning about Shakespeare’s stories in simple men's language. While (randomly) looking for literature-related courses on the edX plaform, I found THE course: "Bard101x, Shakespeare Matters" by University … Continue reading Bard101x, Shakespeare Matters – I enrolled in the most engaging online course about Shakespeare