Treating HPHD disorder—Shakespeare, law, and public life

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2016

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Manderson, Desmond
Yachnin, Paul

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Cogent OA

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The serious play of the Shakespeare Moot Project — a graduate course at McGill University in Montreal that choreographed a cross-over genre involving students and faculty in both Law and Literary Studies — provides a space for creative thought about how to make the PhD more useful, more mobile, and more worldly, while at the same time strengthening the core values of humanities research and teaching (For more about the Shakespeare Moot Court (n.d.). Also see Manderson and Yachnin (2010). Readers who want to set up a similar project that "preposterously" crosses the boundaries of law and the humanities are invited to visit our web site, explore its jurisprudence, or contact the authors)

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Cogent Arts & Humanities

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Journal article

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Open Access

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10.1080/23311983.2016.1239320

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