Stanley Weintraub, Emeritus Evan Pugh Professor of Arts and Humanities of the University of Pennsylvania, is an expert on Shaw, and an award-winning historian and biographer. His more than fifty publications include many definitive studies of Shaw such as an edition of the early shorthand diaries, Journey to Heartbreak, Who’s Afraid of Bernard Shaw, and Shaw’s People. Biographies include Whistler, Aubrey Beardsley, Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and Disraeli. He has also published extensively on military history, World War I, and the Korean War.

The Shavian Conversations with Stanley Weintraub, recorded in London and Ayot St Lawrence in 2014, draw on his original research and wealth of knowledge to provide an authoritative and fascinating resource for both academic study and general interest.

The interviews here are on  a wide range of topics:

Getting into Shaw

Shaw and WW1

Shaw’s People

Heartbreak House – Revised Typescript

Weintraub on Weintraub – Reflections

 

A Virtual Tour with Stanley Weintrab

To  experience the virtual walk around Shaw’s Corner with Stanley Weintraub  CLICK HERE

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NB This will not work with iPhones

We thank the National Trust at Shaw’s Corner for their support for this filming