Peter Holbrook is Professor of Shakespeare and English Literature at the University of Queensland, and a Chief Investigator with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe, 1100-1800).
All essays by Peter Holbrook
A Letter to a Student
‘A student’s complaint about what is disparagingly called “rote learning” touched off some preoccupations that seem to go quite some way back with me. For some reason the topic of memory has always been centrally important to any thinking I have done about culture, politics, and society.’
Feb. 2016 • Week in Review