About me

On this page you’ll find out about my current work and projects. If you want to know about my background, take a look at Shakespeares beagle, and you’ll find information about my career to date in What’s past is prologue.

What am I currently working on?

  •  Creating the Shakespeare blog, which now receives over 105,000 page views a year from at least 109 countries. I’ve also guest-written on other Shakespeare blogs.
  • Contributing to online projects like the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s 60 minutes with Shakespeare resource.
  • In 2012 I spoke at the British Shakespeare Association’s Lancaster conference and at the Shakespeare Association of America’s annual meeting in Boston Massachusetts. In July 2014 I’m speaking at the BSA’s conference in Stirling.
  • I contributed a chapter for Cambridge University Press’s recent book Shakespeare and the Digital World.
  • I’m currently co-writing a chapter on Shakespeare Celebrations in Stratford-upon-Avon for a book to be published in autumn 2014.
  • Carrying out research for academics, particularly using the collections of the Shakespeare Centre Library and Archive.
  • Offering advice on resources to researchers.
  • I am a Committee member for the Stratford Shakespeare Club
  • I am a member of the British Shakespeare Association’s Education wing.
  • I am developing a project aimed at capturing memories of Shakespeare in performance.

Please contact me if you think I might be able to help you with your project.

Sylvia Morris

You can email me at shakespearesbeagle@yahoo.co.uk


2 Responses to About me

  1. Greetings:

    Your blog and the British Shakespeare Association’s site are valuable resources for students, teachers, and authors.

    Keep up the good work. I plan to continue to revisit your pages.

    Best wishes,
    Michael J. Cummings
    Williamsport, PA USA

  2. Tony French says:

    Sylvia, thank you for another year of Shakespeare blogging. Happy Christmas and Enjoyable 2016. – Tony

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