Monthly Archives: January 2012

Response from Brett Hirsch

Apologies for the lateness of my post. I’ve only just returned from an extended North American trip to what is being characterized as one of the worst heat-waves Perth has seen in decades. I’ve greatly enjoyed reading the responses so far, … Continue reading

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Response from Renuka Gusain

As I noted in my first post in October, my selected readings for this seminar were: 1) Helen Burgess:
New Media in the Academy: Labor and the Production of Knowledge in Scholarly Multimedia 2) Julia Flanders:
“The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital … Continue reading

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Response from Erin Presley

presleyerin says: January 23, 2012 at 2:06 am Response from Erin Presley Readings from list: Julia Flanders, “The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship” (2009) Alan Galey and Ray Siemens, “Introduction: Reinventing Shakespeare in the Digital Humanities” (2008) Matthew Kirschenbaum, “What … Continue reading

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Response from Valerie M Fazel

Valerie M Fazel says: January 20, 2012 at 6:25 pm iShakespeare Workshop reading list: Carson, Christie. “eShakespeare and Performance.” Flanders, Julia. “The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship.” Galey, Alan and Ray Siemans. “Reinventing Shakespeare in the digital humanities.” Kirschenbaum. Matthew. … Continue reading

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16 January, 2012 10:27

Update about postings. It seems as though some people are continuing to have trouble posting their responses. What appears to work best: Send an email to the address included in your initial WordPress email.  As part of the text of your … Continue reading

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Response from Robin Farabaugh

Robin Farabaugh comments: I have enjoyed reading Laurie’s and Ellie’s posts, and viewing Sheila and Kevin’s clip on their Maymester work. In trying to think of a shared place among these posts to start my own comments, I’ve come up … Continue reading

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Response from Peter Kuling

My reading for our workshop included all of the following: Best, Michael. “The Internet Shakespeare Editions: Scholarly Shakespeare on the Web” Shakespeare 4.3 (Sept 2008): 221-233. Flanders, Julia. “The Productive Unease of 21st-Centruy Digital Scholarship” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.3 (Summer … Continue reading

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