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Los siguientes libros no son de lectura obligatoria, sino recomendada especialmente para completar la bibliografía que será necesaria para redactar el ensayo final: 

Anderegg, Michael A., Cinematic Shakespeare. Rowman & Littlefield, 2004.

Ball, Robert Hamilton, Shakespeare on Silent Film: A Strange Eventful History. Routledge, 2013.

Belsey, Catherine.  "Shakespeare and Film." Literature/Film Quarterly 11 (1983):  152-7.  (Read in conjunction with Holderness below.)

Boose, Lynda E., Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on film, TV, and video. Routledge, 1997.

Burnett, Mark Thornton, Shakespeare, Film, Fin de Siècle. Palgrave Macmillan, 2000.

Burt, Richard, Shakespeare, the Movie, II: popularizing the plays on Film, TV, video, and DVD. Routledge, 2003.

Calbi, Maurizio, Spectral Shakespeares: Media Adaptations in the Twenty-First Century. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

Cartmell, Deborah and Imelda Whelehan, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Literature on Screen. Cambridge UP, 2007.

Cartmell, Deborah, ed., Interpreting Shakespeare on Screen. Palgrave Macmillan, 2000.

Crowl, Samuel, Shakespeare Observed: Studies in Performance on Stage and Screen. Ohio UP, 1993).

Desmet, Christy, and Robert Sawyer, eds. "Introduction." In  Shakespeare and Appropriation.  Routledge, 1999.  1-14.

Fischlin, Daniel, and Mark Fortier. "General Introduction." In Adaptations of Shakespeare: An Anthology of Plays from the 17th Century to the Present.  Routledge, 2000.  1-22.

Fortier, Mark.   "Wild Adaptation."  Borrowers and Lenders 3.1.  Reprinted in Shakespeare and Adaptation.  Ed. Susan Knutson.  Playwrights Canada Press, 186-91.

Fortier, Mark.  "Shakespeare as 'Minor Theater': Deleuze and Guattari and the Aims of Adaptation."  Mosaic 29.1 (March): 1-18.

Hatchuel, Sarah, Shakespeare : From Stage to Screen  (Digitally printed versiom 2008).

Hedrick, Don, and Bryan Reynolds, Eds.  "Shakespace and Transversal Power."  In Shakespeare Without Class:  Misappropriations of Cultural Capital.  Palgrave Macmillan, 2000.  3-50.  (A Deleuzian model, using the master trope of transversality.  Other essays in this volume address more specific examples.)

Henderson, Diana E., A Concise Companion to Shakespeare on Screen. Blackwell, 2006.

Henderson, Diana.  "Shake-shifting:  An Introduction."  In Collaborations with the Past: Reshaping Shakespeare across Time and Media.  Cornell UP, 2012.  1-38.  (Seeks to formulate a collaborative model of Shakespearean adaptation.)

Holderness, Graham.  "Radical Potentiality and Institutional Closure: Shakespeare in Film and Television."  In Political Shakespeare: Essays in Cultural Materialism.   Eds Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield.  Second Edition.  University of Manchester Press, 1994.  182-201.  (Read in conjunction with Belsey above.)

Howlett, Kathy M., Framing Shakespeare on Film. Ohio UP, 2000.

Huang, Alexander C. Y.  "Global Shakespeares as Methodology."  Shakespeare 9.3 (2013):  273-90.

Jorgens, Jack J., Shakespeare on Film. University Press of America, 1991.

Kidnie, M. J.  "Introduction:  The Problem of Adaptation."  In Shakespeare and the Problem of Adaptation.  NY: Routledge, 2008.  1-10.  (An important discussion of theoretical problems posed by Shakespeare and adaptation.)

Lanier, Douglas, "Shakespeare and Cultural Studies:  An Overview."  Shakespeare:  The Journal of the British Shakespeare Association, Vol 2., No. 1&2 (June and December 2006):  228-48.

Lanier, Douglas M.  "William Shakespeare, Filmmaker."  In The Cambridge Companion to Literature and Film.  Ed. Deborah Cartmell.  Cambridge UP, 2007.  61-74.

Lanier, Douglas, ‘Marketing Shakespeare’, The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare ed., Arthur F Kinney. Oxford UP, 2011, pp. 498-514.

Lehmann, Courtney,  Shakespeare Remains: Theater to Film, Early Modern to Postmodern. Cornell  UP, 2002.

Massai, Sonia, Ed. "Defining Local Shakespeares." In World-Wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance.  Routledge, 1995.  3-14.  (Post-colonial approach;  the introductory essay is very lucid on distinctions between local, global, and "glocal.")

Naremore, James, Film Adaptation. Rutgers UP, 2000.

Rothwell, Kenneth S., A History of Shakespeare on Screen : A Century of Film and Television. Cambridge UP, 2001.

Rowe, Katherine.  "Shakespeare and Media History."  In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare. Cambridge UP, 2010.  303-24.

Russel Brown, John, ed., The Routledge Companion to Directors' Shakespeare. Routledge, 2008.

Shaughnessy, Robert,  Shakespeare on film. Palgrave, 1998.

Skovmand, Michael,  Screen Shakespeare. Aarhus UP,1994.

Teague, Frances. "Using Shakespeare with Memes, Remixes and Fanfic."  Shakespeare Survey 64 (2011):  74-82. 

Weiss, Tanja, Shakespeare on the Screen: Kenneth Branagh's adaptations of Henry V, Much Ado about Nothing, and Hamlet  2nd rev. ed. Peter Lang, 2000.

Wells, Stanley and Paul Edmondson, eds. Shakespeare Beyond Doubt: Evidence, Argument, Controversy. Cambridge UP, 2012.

Worthen, William B.  Shakespeare and the Authority of Performance.  Cambridge UP, 1997.

Worthen, William B.  Shakespeare and the Force of Modern Performance.  Cambridge UP, 2003.

Worthen, William B. Shakespeare Performance Studies.  Cambridge UP, 2014.

(Worthen's three books are a sustained attempt to theorize the relationship between the Shakespearean text and the performances and adaptations made from it.)