n Shakespeare in Southern Africa - Editorial

Volume 27, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1011-582X



I write these introductory words in Germany, where I am fortunate to be spending six months dipping into the archives at the University of Cologne's (Theatre Studies Collection), watching lots of Shakespeare on stage, testing my limited ability to read German, and meeting with as many scholars and theatre practitioners as possible. This is the beginning of a collaboration that, I hope, will result in a future volume of dedicated to the very different - but often, in ways both surprising and predictable, similar - manifestations of Shakespeare in South Africa and Germany.

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