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HT-50067-12
Folger Shakespeare Library Summer Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities: "Early Modern Digital Agendas"
Owen Williams, Folger Shakespeare Library

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Taking Care of Digital Efforts: A Multiplanar View of Project Afterlives (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Taking Care of Digital Efforts: A Multiplanar View of Project Afterlives
Author: Robin Camille Davis
Abstract: Robin Davis (CUNY) presented at the 2015 MLA Convention in Vancouver as part of the Hacking the Renaissance panel. She surveyed projects from the DH2005 conference and found that just 53% of digital projects were still online and accessible, a startlingly low number. As libraries and archives address digital preservation problems, scholars who do digital work must be invested in preserving their past and current work, too — or we run the risk of losing an entire strata of scholarship.
Date: 1/10/2015
Primary URL: http://www.robincamille.com/presentations/mla2015/
Conference Name: Modern Language Association

Digital Editions of English Renaissance Drama (Web Resources)
Title: Digital Editions of English Renaissance Drama
Author: Brett Hirsch
Abstract: Originally compiled by Brett D. Hirsch following the Folger Institute's 2013 Early Modern Digital Agendas institute, this article offers a working annotated bibliography of digital editions of English Renaissance drama, a bibliography of relevant criticism on the theory and practice of such editions, and a list of relevant reviews.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Digital_editions_of_English_Renaissance_drama

Glossary of Digital Humanities Terms (Web Resources)
Title: Glossary of Digital Humanities Terms
Author: Daniel Powell
Abstract: Originally compiled by Daniel Powell in conjunction with the Early Modern Digital Agendas institute in July 2013, the glossary below aims to help both novices and more advanced users of digital tools and approaches understand common terms employed in the digital humanities.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Glossary_of_digital_humanities_terms

Digital tools for textual analysis (Web Resources)
Title: Digital tools for textual analysis
Author: Brett Hirsch
Author: Heather Froehlich
Abstract: This is a list of digital humanities tools dealing with textual analysis, most of which were initially compiled by Brett Hirsch, Heather Froehlich, and other participants of the Folger Institute's Early Modern Digital Agendas (2013) institute for advanced topics in digital humanities.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Digital_tools_for_textual_analysis

Bibliography of Textual Analysis Readings (Web Resources)
Title: Bibliography of Textual Analysis Readings
Author: Brett Hirsch
Author: Heather Froehlich
Abstract: This is a list of readings dealing with textual analysis, most of which were initially compiled by Brett Hirsch, Heather Froehlich, and other participants of the Folger Institute's Early Modern Digital Agendas (2013) institute for advanced topics in digital humanities.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Bibliography_of_textual_analysis_readings

hors-texte (Web Resources)
Title: hors-texte
Author: Ellen MacKay
Author: Scott Trudell
Abstract: This site proceeds from “Early Modern Digital Agendas” (EMDA), an NEH-funded institute offered by the Folger Shakespeare Library in July 2013. Our aim is to draw attention to what is fragmented, ephemeral and lost in digital approaches to the early modern period. Digital tools tend to give an impression of completeness, promising a new horizon of quantification and preservation. We proceed from the idea that, if digitization is the tip of the iceberg, the ice melted long ago.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://hors-texte.tumblr.com/

Using Early English Books Online (Web Resources)
Title: Using Early English Books Online
Author: Meaghan Brown
Author: Ian Gadd
Author: Mary Erica Zimmer
Abstract: This article initially grew out of Ian Gadd's presentation to the Folger Institute’s Early Modern Digital Agendas (2013) institute. The primary authors, Erica Zimmer and Meaghan Brown, argue that understanding the development, current use, and limitations of EEBO allows students and scholars to fully consider the source of their information and the limits of this digital tool. This essay covers the scope of EEBO, its uses and limitations, as well as pedagogical considerations.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/Using_Early_English_Books_Online

History of Early English Books Online (Web Resources)
Title: History of Early English Books Online
Author: Meaghan Brown
Author: Ian Gadd
Author: Mary Erica Zimmer
Abstract: This article on the history of EEBO grew from discussions in the Folger Institute’s 2012 Workshop on Teaching Book History and the summer 2013 Early Modern Digital Agendas seminar (EMDA2013). The latter was an NEH-ODH Institute in Advanced Topics. At EMDA2013, visiting faculty member Ian Gadd led participants through a two-day investigation of EEBO. Members of EMDA argue that understanding the development, current use, and limitations of EEBO allows scholars to fully consider the influence of the digital tool on our understanding of early modern texts.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/History_of_Early_English_Books_Online

Early Modern Digital Agendas 2013 participant blog posts (Blog Post)
Title: Early Modern Digital Agendas 2013 participant blog posts
Author: Robin Camille Davis
Author: Douglas Duhaime
Author: Matthew Harrison
Author: Jonathan Lamb
Author: Daniel Powell
Author: Jacqueline Wernimont
Author: Patrick Williams
Abstract: A compilitation of blog posts written by members of the Folger Institute's 2013 Early Modern Digital Agendas seminar
Date: 7/15/2013
Primary URL: http://folgerpedia.folger.edu/EMDA2013_participant_blog_posts

Seeing: final report for EMDA (Report)
Title: Seeing: final report for EMDA
Author: Robin Camille Davis
Abstract: A participant's final presentation given July 26, 2013 at Early Modern Digital Agendas, a summer research institute funded by NEH at the Folger Institute in Washington, D.C. These final reports were given after three weeks of high-level discussion centering on digital aspects of early modern scholarship. There was also a steady stream of tweets throughout the institute; reading through these gives a good sense of the depth of discussion and sense of community (as evidenced by the continued use of the hashtag!).
Date: 7/26/2013
Primary URL: http://www.robincamille.com/presentations/emda/

Shakespearean Educations: Power, Citizenship, and Performance (Book)
Title: Shakespearean Educations: Power, Citizenship, and Performance
Author: Williams, Owen
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://www.worldcat.org/isbn//9780874135060
Primary URL Description: WorldCat entry
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
Type: Single author monograph
ISBN: 9780874135060


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