Reconstruction
class
Black Shakespeare One Time Workshop
(14 - 17 years old)
Course created by: Folger Shakespeare Library and Reconstruction
Creative
Reading
$10.00
per class (1 sessions)
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What’s Being Taught in this class?
Developed by the Folger Shakespeare Library, this course delves into the intersection between African-American life and Shakespeare, from stage productions to personal and academic encounters with the texts. Students will examine some of the many ways that Black Americans have encountered, responded to, taken ownership of, and sometimes turned away from Shakespeare's words. Students will be able to explain and discuss the racial implications of Shakespeare and how his work relates to the present day.
Current Class Schedule
Our Classes consist of 1 sessions each.
Overview:
Students will be able to explain and discuss the racial implications of Shakespeare and how his work relates to the present day.
Dec 3 - Dec 3
Saturday4:00pm - 4:45pm
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Dec 6 - Dec 6
Tuesday10:00pm - 10:45pm
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Dec 9 - Dec 9
Friday2:00am - 2:45am
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Dec 10 - Dec 10
Saturday4:00pm - 4:45pm
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Dec 13 - Dec 13
Tuesday10:00pm - 10:45pm
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Dec 16 - Dec 16
Friday2:00am - 2:45am
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