Human Mercy and the Sense of Touch in King Lear and The Tempest AUDIO AVAILABLE


FIRST guest professor Ralph Williams enlightened an audience of Shakespearean aficionados with his talk on how Shakespeare used the sense of touch to convey a deeper meaning. For full audio of his presentation, hit play on the audio file below.

Join the English Department’s Faculty in Residence Summer Term (FIRST) guest Ralph Williams for an illuminating discussion about Shakespeare’s King Lear and The Tempest. Professor William is an award-winning faculty member from the University of Michigan. He is much loved by his students, and his presentation style promises to keep you engaged.

Reception 5 PM; Talk 5:30 • Wed June 18, 2014 • British Studies Room