Volume 45 (2021) Special Issue

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Experiencing Shakespeare in Digital Environments Details     pdf
Alessandra Squeo, Maddalena Pennacchia, Reto Winckler 1-278

Title page Details     pdf

Table of contents Details     pdf

Introduction Details     pdf
Alessandra Squeo, Maddalena Pennacchia, Reto Winckler 7-22

Part I - The digital turn in textual studies, scholarly editing and pedagogy Details     pdf

Part 1

“Such stuff as ‘texts’ are made on”. Digital Materialities and (Hyper)editing in The Internet Shakespeare Edition of ‘King Lear’ Details     pdf
Alessandra Squeo 25-51

Link It “to the source from whence it came”. Shakespeare Source Study after the Digital Turn Details     pdf
Silvia Silvestri 53-71

Vertical and Distant Reading of Shakespeare with Digital Natives. The Case of ‘The Merchant of Venice’ Details     pdf
Maristella Gatto 73-93

Interdisciplinary Uses of Digital Editions for Italian High School Students. Shakespeare’s ‘Cymbeline’ and the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre Details     pdf
Michela Compagnoni 95-110

Part II - Intermediality and performance Details     pdf

Part 2

A King of Infinite (cyber)space? The Digital Remapping of Shakespeare in light of The Globe’s Emma Rice Controversy Details     pdf
Orlagh Woods 113-131

The ‘Networking’ of the Shrew. Katherina Minola on Facebook Details     pdf
Maria Elisa Montironi 133-149

“My Kingdom for an Iphone”. Shakespeare and Mobile Phones Details     pdf
Cristina Paravano 151-167

Shakespeare and Digital Pathways. Shortening distances with ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Details     pdf
Mariacristina Cavecchi 169-187

Part III - Adaptations and appropriations in digital contexts Details     pdf

Part 3

Image, Music, Text. Notes on The Digital Video Disc edition of William Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo+Juliet’ by Baz Luhrmann Details     pdf
Pierpaolo Martino 191-205

“To meme or not to meme”, and to do so during a Pandemic. Shakespeare and the Memetic Transmission of a Classic Details     pdf
Carlotta Susca 207-223

Back to the Future. ‘Hamlet Encounters’ and the Use of VR to Address a Time “out of joint” Details     pdf
Anita Orfini 225-237

Shakespeare in Jail. Hamlet in Rebibbia: from Stage to Live Streaming Performances Details     pdf
Valeria Brucoli 239-256

Hacking Hamlet. Sam Esmail’s ‘Mr. Robot’ as Update, Port and Fork of the Shakespearean Source Code Details     pdf
Reto Winckler 257-276

Colophon Details     pdf

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