Laurie Osborne, the NEH/Class of 1940 Distinguished Professor of Humanities, English, coedited a recently released volume of essays titled Shakespeare and the ‘Live’ Theatre Broadcast Experience (Bloomsbury/Arden) and contributed the epilogue, “Revisiting Liveness.” The collection “is the first to examine the phenomenon of how, in the twenty-first century, Shakespeare has been experienced as a ‘live’ or ‘as-live’ theatre broadcast by audiences around the world,” Reviewer Stephen Purcell, University of Warwick, says the essays draw “on an innovative range of research methodologies and theoretical approaches,” and calls them “cutting-edge and mutually illuminating.”