Publications by: Claire Hansen

Also publishes as (Claire Gwendoline Hansen)

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Hansen, Claire (2023) Shakespeare and Place-Based Learning. Elements in Shakespeare and Pedagogy . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Hansen, Claire (2023) Shakespeare, Climate Change and the Blue Humanities: Imagining an Oceanic Education. In: Bickley, Pamela, and Stevens, Jenny, (eds.) Shakespeare, Education and Pedagogy: Representations, Interactions and Adaptations. Theatre & Performance Studies . Routledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 190-199.

Manuel, Jacqueline, Hansen, Claire, and Semler, Liam E. (2023) An activist democratic model of teacher professional learning: The Teaching and Learning Caskets Imaginarium. In: Goodwyn, Andrew, Manuel, Jacqueline, Roberts, Rachel, Scherff, Lisa, Sawyer, Wayne, Durrant, Cal, and Zancanella, Don, (eds.) International Perspectives on English Teacher Development: From Initial Teacher Education to Highly Accomplished Professional. National Association for the Teaching of English, 4 . Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, England, pp. 200-214.

Hansen, Claire, and Stevens, Michael (2021) Be still, my beating heart: reading pulselessness from Shakespeare to the artificial heart. Medical Humanities, 47 (3). pp. 344-353.

Semler, Liam E., Hansen, Claire, and Abbott Bennett, Kristen (2021) Shakespeare redrawn: reflections on Shakespeare Reloaded's COVID-19 lockdown activity. mETAphor, 1 (2). pp. 15-21.

Hansen, Claire (2021) "Teach my mind": approaches and resources for the Coriolanus classroom. In: Semler, Liam E., (ed.) Coriolanus: A Critical Reader. Arden Shakespeare . Bloomsbury, London, UK, pp. 191-216.

Kuttainen, Victoria, and Hansen, Claire (2020) Making connections: exploring the complexity of the secondary-tertiary nexus in English from the perspective of regional Australia. English in Australia, 55 (2). pp. 39-51.

Hansen, Claire (2019) Book review of "Witchcraft, the Devil, and Emotions in Early Modern England" by Charlotte-Rose Millar, Abingdon, Routledge, 2017. ISBN 9781472485496. Parergon, 36 (2). pp. 233-234.

Hansen, Claire (2019) Reviving Lavinia: aquatic imagery and ecocritical complexity in Titus Andronicus. Critical Survey, 31 (3). pp. 53-69.

Hansen, Claire (2019) “Tongues in trees”: reimagining the regions through pastoral place-based pedagogy. Text (Special Issue 54).

Hansen, Claire (2019) Tropic of Shakespeare: what studying Macbeth in Queensland could teach us about place and shipwrecks. The Conversation, 11 October 2019.

Hansen, Claire (2017) Shakespeare and Complexity Theory. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare . Routledge, New York, NY, USA.

Hansen, Claire (2017) Vivacious and unapologetic, The Rover's 17th-century feminism is painfully pertinent. The Conversation, 6 July 2017.

Hansen, Claire (2016) “Not stones but men”: publics and pedagogy in Shakespeare’s Roman plays. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 3 (1). 1235854.

Hansen, Claire (2015) Review: The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare’s comedy of cruelty. The Conversation, 25 May 2015.

Hansen, Claire (2015) Bell Shakespeare’s Hamlet reviewed: the same great themes in some strange new haunts. The Conversation, 9 November 2015.

Hansen, Claire Gwendoline (2015) The complexity of dance in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Early Modern Literary Studies, 18 (1 & 2).

Hansen, Claire (2014) Henry V meets the London Blitz and brings the house down. The Conversation, 16 June 2014.

Hansen, Claire (2014) Review: love and war in All’s Well That Ends Well. The Conversation, 01 April 2014.

Hansen, Claire (2014) Complexity theory. Shakespeare Reloaded.

Hansen, Claire (2014) Creativity through complexity: identifying and using shadow networks in teaching The Merchant of Venice. English in Education, 48 (2). pp. 112-127.

Hansen, Claire (2014) Ecocritical pedagogy. Shakespeare Reloaded.

Hansen, Claire (2014) Hugo Weaving reveals Macbeth's weakness – and his unhappiness. The Conversation, 30 July 2014.

Hansen, Claire (2014) To b-day, or not to b-day: what a piece of work is Shakespeare. The Conversation, 23 April 2014.

Hansen, Claire (2013) "Who taught thee this?" Female agency and experiential learning in Marlowe's Tamburlaine, The Jew of Malta, and Edward the Second. Journal of Language, Literature and Culture, 60 (3). pp. 157-177.

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