The Shifting Point

Peter Brook, courtesy of Wikipedia

I read Peter Brook’s collection of essays some time ago, but – most unfairly – decided to write a post about John Barton first. This is not because Brook was any less interesting (if anything, he’s the opposite), but rather because of the usual lack of world and time this blog constantly suffers under. Continue reading The Shifting Point

Thou art a scholar, speak to it… (III)

Images from archive.org and artstor; changing at 3 second intervals: 1) Mad joy, 2) Moderated joy, 3) Tranquility, 4) Surprise, 5) Astonishment, 6) Sadness, 7) Despondency, 8) Fear, 9) Horror, and 10) Despair

Images from archive.org and artstor; changing at 3 secon intervals: 1) Mad joy, 2) Moderated joy, 3) Tranquility, 4) Surprise, 5) Astonishment, 6) Sadness, 7) Despondency, 8) Fear, 9) Horror, and 10) Despair

As is I have done not once, but twice before, I’m uploading a recording of myself speaking a seminar paper. This is a rough version of what I will be delivering on Monday 3rd November 2014, from 4pm in the Board Room of the English Faculty at Cambridge.

As the file is large and hypothesis has limited upload sizes, you’ll have to download it via dropbox by clicking on these links.

Enjoy!