“Nostalgia is not what Shakespeare represents for me; I don’t want to make Shakespeare great again. He doesn’t need that, and neither do we.”
Arthur L. Little, Jr.
Arthur L. Little, Jr. is associate professor of English at the University of California, Los Angeles; his research and pedagogy focus on racializing processes in the early modern period as well as in the disciplinary study of the period. His publications include Shakespeare Jungle Fever: Re-Visions of Race, Rape, and Sacrifice (2000) and the forthcoming “Shakespeare and Critical Race Theories.” He is also the editor of the forthcoming “White People in Shakespeare.”