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Valerie Fazel Post-Conference Post and Comments

Valerie M Fazel commented on her own Questions. In response to iShakespeare: 1. I’m most interested in Shakespeare online performance. Some of these performances are “homegrown” ala YouTube. How do all the questions that appear here on this wiki so … Continue reading

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Questions from Julia Flanders

I am the latest of the late in joining this discussion and have found a tremendous amount to think about in what has already been said. I’d like to echo and expand on some of the questions that have already … Continue reading

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Erin Presley’s Questions

Questions from Erin Presley: I’m excited about the direction of the questions you all have posed at this point. My own questions overlap with many of those that have already been posted. 1. As many of the readings make clear, … Continue reading

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Laurie Osborne’s Questions

I really like the questions posted so far; I am pretty sure that mine are not going to add much new. I also freely admit that current institutional concerns are driving some the questions I am offering. 1) Since digital … Continue reading

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Eleanor Rycroft’s Questions

Here are my questions for the workshop: What are the tensions between open access research and intellectual property rights, and how do we resolve them as scholars? What outlets for pedagogical engagement are afforded by social media, and how should … Continue reading

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Renuka Gusain’s Questions

1) What kinds of methodologies and critical models emerge from our engagement with the digital humanities that help our students (and us) becomes better writers, literary critics, and producers of knowledge? 2) What would be an example of a digital … Continue reading

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Valerie M Fazel’s Questions

1. I’m most interested in Shakespeare online performance. Some of these performances are “homegrown” ala YouTube. How do all the questions that appear here on this wiki so far speak to online Shakespeare performances, “homegrown” or otherwise? Should we encourage … Continue reading

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