Early Modern Literary Studies 14.2/Special
Issue 17 (September, 2008)
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Bringing Text Alive:
The Future of Scholarship, Pedagogy, and Electronic Publication
Edited by Shawn Martin
- Introduction  Shawn Martin.
- Remembering by Dismembering: Databases, Archiving, and The Recollection of Seventeenth-Century Broadside Ballads.  Patricia Fumerton, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara.
- New Scholarship, New Pedagogies: Views from the 'EEBO Generation'.  Stefania Crowther, University of London; Ethan Jordan, Michigan Technological University; Jacqueline Wernimont, Brown University; and Hillary Nunn, University of Akron.
- The use of Virtual Research Environments and eScience to enhance use of online resources: the History of Political Discourse VRE Project.  Simon Hodson, University of Hull, University of East Anglia.
- The Theory and Practice of Lexicons of Early Modern English.  Ian Lancashire, University of Toronto.
- Doing Translation History in EEBO and ECCO.  Kristine J. Anderson, Purdue University Libraries.
- What Are We to Do About Robert Bellarmine?  Thomas M. Izbicki.
- Michelle O’Callaghan. The English Wits: Literature and Sociability in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007.  Michael J. Redmond, University of Palermo.
- William H. Sherman. Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2008.  Paul Dyck, Canadian Mennonite University.
- Richard Helgerson. A Sonnet from Carthage: Garcilaso de la Vega and the New Poetry of Sixteenth-Century Europe. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2007.  Steve Mentz, St John's University, New York.
- Jessica Wolfe. Humanism, Machinery, and Renaissance Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004.  Scott Maisano, University of Massachusetts-Boston.
- Sara Munson Deats and Robert A. Logan, eds. Placing the Plays of Christopher Marlowe: Fresh Cultural Contexts. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007.  Andrew Duxfield, Sheffield Hallam University.
- Poonam Trivedi. Shakespeare in India: ‘King Lear’. (2006), a multimedia CD-ROM.  Mark Thornton Burnett, Queen’s University, Belfast.
- Jim Daems. Seventeenth-Century Literature and Culture. London: Continuum, 2006.  Gerd Bayer, Erlangen University.
- Cambridgeshire, Summer 2008.  Michael Grosvenor Myer.
- Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra, presented by the Shakespeare Theatre Company at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington, D.C.  M. G. Aune, California University of Pennsylvania.
- Henry VI: Blood and Roses, adapted from Henry VI parts 1, 2 and 3 by Brian B. Crowe, presented by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  Rachel Wifall, Saint Peter's College.
- Twelfth Night, presented by Heartbreak Productions at the Botanical Gardens, Sheffield.  Barbara Vesey, Sheffield Hallam University.
- A Midsummer Night's Dream, presented by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival at the Angus Bowmer Theatre, Ashland, Oregon.  Geoff Ridden, University of Winchester.
- Coriolanus, presented by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival at the New Theatre, Ashland, Oregon.  Geoff Ridden, University of Winchester.
- Two Productions of Cymbeline: The American Shakespeare Center at the Blackfriars Playhouse, Staunton, Virginia; The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, at the Carolyn Blount Theatre, Montgomery, Alabama.  Kevin Donovan, Middle Tennessee State University.
- Henry VIII, presented by the Colorado Shakespeare Festival at the University Theatre Main Stage, University of Colorado, Boulder.  Bill Gelber, Texas Tech University.
- The Tempest, presented by the Love and Madness Ensemble at the Riverside Theatre, Coleraine, County Derry, Ireland.  Kevin De Ornellas, University of Ulster.
- Romeo and Juliet, presented by the Abbey Players at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.  Kevin De Ornellas, University of Ulster.
- Twelfth Night, presented by Bard on the Beach at the Mainstage Tent, Vancouver, Canada.  Julie Sutherland, University of British Columbia/Pacific Theatre.
Call for Papers:
Responses to this piece intended for the Readers'
Forum may be sent to the Editor at M.Steggle@shu.ac.uk.
2008-, Matthew Steggle (Editor, EMLS).