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Why should governments invest public money funding research into ancient Greek tragedy or philosophical conundrums? Does such research deliver 'value for money' and 'public benefit'? In this book a group of distinguished humanities researchers reflect on the public value of their discipline, using particular research projects as case-studies.
Jonathan Bate is Professor of Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature at the University of Warwick, a Fellow of the British Academy and a Governor of the Royal Shakespeare Company. His books include Shakespeare and Ovid (1993); John Clare: A Biography (2003) - winner of the 2004 Hawthornden Prize and the 2005 James Tait Black Memorial prize for biography; The Genius of Shakespeare (1997); and Soul of the Age: The Life, Mind and World of William Shakespeare (2009). He was the editor of the Arden edition of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus (1995).