These are some of the articles and essays that have been written on the Shakespeare and online video:

  • Christy Desmet, ‘Paying attention in Shakespeare parody: from Tom Stoppard to YouTube’, Shakespeare Survey Volume 61: Shakespeare, Sound and Screen, ed. Peter Holland (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
  • Christy Desmet, ‘Teaching Shakespeare with YouTube‘, English Journal 99.1 (2009)
  • Ruben Espinosa, ‘Performing the Immigration Debate: Mexican Identities in YouTube Shakespeare’, in Amy Scott-Douglass, Courtney Lehmann, and Marguerite Rippy (eds.), Shakespeare Spinoffs and Citations on Stage and Screen (Palgrave, 2012)
  • Peter Holland, ‘Afterword: What(ever) next?’, in Sarah Hatchuel, Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin (eds.), Shakespeare on Screen: Television Shakespeare: essays in honour of Michèle Willems (University Rouen Havre, 2008)
  • Peter Holland, ‘Performing Shakespeare for the Web Community’, in Alexander C.Y. Huang, Charles Stanley Ross (ed.), Shakespeare in Hollywood, Asia, and Cyberspace (Purdue University Press, 2009)
  • Luke McKernan, ‘Introduction’, in Olwen Terris, Eve-Marie Oerstelen, Luke McKernan (eds.), Shakespeare on Film, Television and Radio: The Researcher’s Guide (British Universities Film & Video Council, 2009)
  • Josh Magsam, ‘BardBox – Talking in Signs‘, the Shakespeare Standard, 23 September 2014
  • Sylvia Morris, Shakespeare unbounded: the digital domain (The Shakespeare Blog, 15 April 2012)
  • Katherine Rowe, ‘Shakespeare and Media History’, in Margreta De Grazia, Stanley W. Wells (eds.) The New Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)
  • Lauren Shohet, ‘YouTube, use, and the idea of the archive’, Shakespeare Studies 38. “Forum: After Shakespeare on Film.” (Winter 2010)
  • Ayanna Thompson, ‘Unmooring the Moor: Researching and Teaching on YouTube‘, Shakespeare Quarterly, Vol. 61, No. 3 (Fall 2010)
  • Transmedial Shakespeare – comments on BardBox by students on ‘Transmedial Shakespeare’ course at the University of the Philippines and Ateneo de Manila University
  • Whitney Anne Trettien, ‘Disciplining Digital Humanities, 2010: Staging Shakespeare, XMAS, Shakespeare Performance in Asia, Shakespeare Quartos Archive, BardBox‘, Shakespeare Quarterly 61:33 (open peer review edition)

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