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Shakespeare and Economic Theory reviewed in The Times Literary Supplement. Read the full review here. (Archived here.) . Shakespeare and Economic Theory featured in aldaily.com (Chronicle Of Higher Education). (Archived here.) New books on Shakespeare illustrate how his work continues to affect our understanding of economics, psychology and language four centuries after his death, says Gordon […]
How are money, the marketplace, and questions of economic exchange relevant to studying Shakespeare? To find out, Neema interviews David Hawkes, author of Shakespeare and Economic Theory for the Arden Shakespeare and Theory Series. .
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Francis Levy writes: It’s always refreshing to read a jeremiad against the notion of progress… In his review of John Gray’s The Silence of Animals: On progress and Other Modern Myths (“Backwards to the Future,” TLS 8/30/13) David Hawkes quotes an earlier line from the English philosopher’s Heresies: Against Progress and Other Illusions to the effect […]
Times Literary Supplement | David Hawkes: John Gray, The Silence of Animals – On progress and other modern myths, August 30, 2013
David Hawkes, ‘How Noam Chomsky’s World Works,’ The Times Literary Supplement, August 29, 2012 .
David Hawkes, ‘The Evolution of Darwinism,’ The Nation (6/10/2002) pp.29-34 .
Listen Online to David Hawkes: Money, Finance, and the Power of Symbols – Against the Grain – March 7, 2012 at 12:00pm | KPFA 94.1 FM Radio
Click here to listen to the program David Hawkes: Money, Finance, and the Power of Symbols – Against the Grain – March 7, 2012 at 12:00pm | KPFA 94.1 FM Radio At the heart of the global economy, a regime dominated by lending and finance, is a symbol we call money. What does this say […]