“As a general principle, the idea that the work that we do should have value digitally and have universal access,” is what Greenblatt said he had been calling for for years.
Podcast: Stephen Greenblatt
With respondent Diana Henderson, Stephen Greenblatt speaks on the transformation of literary study in America and his own career as a teacher and writer.
The Feb. 15 “Remixing Shakespeare” Communications Forum looked at how interpretations of Shakespeare reflect and are reflected by contemporary culture.
Podcast and video: “Remixing Shakespeare”
New technologies are enabling forms of borrowing, appropriation and “remixing” of media materials in exciting, provocative ways. In this Forum, two MIT scholars who have studied and written about the remixing of Shakespeare will describe their research, show some salient audio-visual examples and discuss the implications of their work for contemporary culture.
New technologies are enabling forms of borrowing, appropriation and “remixing” of media materials in exciting, provocative ways.