In its first decade, the Pearce Shakespeare Endowment has reached thousands of audience members through the help of dozens of partners.
RHODES PROGRAMS: Africana Studies; Art & Art History; Asian Studies; Barret Library; Biology; British Studies at Oxford (BSAO); Center for Outreach in the Development of the Arts (CODA); Chemistry; English; Environmental Studies & Sciences; Film Studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Greek & Roman Studies; History; International Studies; Latin American Studies; Meeman Center; Mike Curb Institute for Music; Modern Languages & Literatures; Music; Office of Academic Affairs; Physics; Political Economy; Political Science; Project for the Study of Liberal Democracy; Psychology; Religious Studies; Rhodes Singers; Search; Theatre; and the Spence L. Wilson Chair in Humanities.
MEMPHIS INSTITUTIONS: Brooks Museum of Art; Christian Brothers University; Graceland; Harding School of Theology; Hattiloo Theatre; Indie Memphis; Marcus W. Orr Center for the Humanities; Memphis Public Library & Information Center; Memphis Theological Seminary; National Ornamental Metal Museum; Museum of Biblical History; Opera Memphis; St. George′s Episcopal Church; Tennessee Shakespeare Company; and the University of Memphis.
REGIONAL AND NATIONAL PARTNERS: American Library Association; Folger Shakespeare Library; National Endowment for the Humanities; National Humanities Alliance; Society for Comparative Research on Iconic and Performative Texts; and the Tennessee Arts Commission.
MEDIA COVERAGE: Chapter 16; Checking on the Arts (WKNO); The Commercial Appeal;Counterpoint (WUMR and WKNO); The Daily Helmsman; Faith in Memphis; The Memphis Flyer; SHAKSPER: The Global Electronic Shakespeare Conference; Talk of the Nation (NPR); Smart City Memphis; The Sou′wester.