Monthly Archives: January 2012

Response from Ellie Rycroft

The following is an annotated bibliography of three articles from the special issue of Shakespeare, which I use as a springboard to discuss some of my own engagements and experiences with new media in teaching and research. Shakespeare, Vol. 4, … Continue reading

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To SAA iMedia participants

Hello!  Thanks for your thoughtful comments thus far.  Please add your name at the bottom of your post. Also, if you are interested in what myself and Kevin Quarmby are doing in the New Media realm, we are now on … Continue reading

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Commentary on our readings

Response from Laurie Osborne: My reading for our workshop included Matthew Kirschenbaum’s “What is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in English Departments?” Katherine Rowe’s “Crowd-Sourcing Shakespeare,” Brett Hirsch’s “The Kingdom has been Digitized,” and Julia Flanders’ “The Productive Unease … Continue reading

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