This section of the website archives some of the research materials created by students and academics as part of the CAPITAL Centre. The generation of online materials is a route to the development of independent study and dissemination of the objectives of the CAPITAL Centre into the wider educational world.
Postgraduate Study Projects: Research generated by the holders of two CAPITAL bursaries for postgraduate study, working on performance archives and online performance resources.
Blogs: Personal diaries from students working with CAPITAL on their experiences watching and working with the RSC's Complete Works Festival.
Podcasting: The CAPITAL Centre regularly contributes to the University of Warwick's podcasting programme, with academics and students providing insights into their research.
Teaching Shakespeare: ‘Teaching Shakespeare’ was a two-day event in 2006 hosted by the Shakespeare Institute and sponsored by CAPITAL, the English Subject Centre and the British Shakespeare Association. This link provides a full programme for the event and video archives of many of the presentations made during the event.
Capulets and Montagues: Learning materials generated by the CAPITAL production of Lope de Vega's Capulets and Montagues, premiered at the RSC Complete Works Fringe Festival on August 25th 2006.
Costumes from Cheek by Jowl's production of As You Like It, displayed at CAPITAL.