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Here are some further resources, including databases, podcasts, and publications, that may prove useful as you continue your research into queer Shakespeare studies.
Shakespeare Unlimited: The Folger Shakespeare Library Podcast
This podcast from the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. has an impressive backlist of episodes covering topics including race, colonialism, early modern history, adaptations, and performance. There's even an episode on Shakespeare in YA literature, featuring author Molly Booth, whose novel Nothing Happened appears on this guide.
Such Stuff: the podcast from Shakespeare's Globe
This podcast from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London launched in 2018 and includes interviews with actors, directors, academics, and creative teams about topics including gender, race, and social justice, and how it all relates to Shakespeare.