Dramatic Literature, Criticism and Theory | English Language and Literature
The Keck Summer Collaborative Research Program provides opportunities for Linfield College students and faculty to conduct research on issues related to the Pacific Northwest, and to bring the research findings back into the classroom within the subsequent academic year. Students partner with faculty to conduct research and present their work to other students, Linfield staff and faculty, and community members during a series of brown bag lunches. Kate McMullan and Kyra Rickards conducted research with Daniel Pollack-Pelzner and gave this presentation during the summer of 2013.
McMullan, Kate and Rickards, Kyra, "A Shrew by Any Other Name: Balancing Female Power and Performance in Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew and Fletcher's The Tamer Tamed" (2013). 2013 Projects. Presentation. Submission 1.