Programming for the First Folio exhibition included a keynote presentation by Eric Rasmussen of the University of Nevada-Reno, and a series of “Idaho Scholar Talks” by faculty from Boise State University, Idaho State University, and Lewis-Clark State College. The presentations highlight a variety of themes related to Shakespeare and the First Folio, and are available through the links below.


Idaho Scholar Talks

With Our Good Will, Doug Copsey, Stitch Marker, Star Moxley, Tom Willmorth, and David Bogie

Ha Ha Hamlet: Parodies, Pop-Culture, and the Prince of Denmark, Matt Hansen

All the World's a Stage Direction: Shakespeare's First Folio for Actors, Gordon Reinhart

The Economy of Nature: Human and Non-Human Forces in Shakespeare's King Lear and Timon of Athens, Peter Remien

Shakespeare's Typeface, Curtis Whitaker

Mind Your F's and Q's!: Exploring Early Editions of Romeo and Juliet, Jessica Winston

Keynote Presentation

The Saint-Omer Shakespeare First Folio Goes Viral, Eric Rasmussen