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Roxburghe Ballad Archive
Patricia Fumerton, University of California, Santa Barbara

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=PW-50005-08

Extending the Life of the Broadside Ballad: The English Broadside Ballad Archive from Microfilm to Color Photography (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Extending the Life of the Broadside Ballad: The English Broadside Ballad Archive from Microfilm to Color Photography
Author: Shannon Meyer
Author: Charlotte Becker
Abstract: N/A
Date: 7/20/2011
Primary URL: https://dh2011.stanford.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/dh2011Schedule.pdf
Conference Name: DH2011

Book History and the Traditional Ballad: The Wandering Jew’s Chronicle 1634- 1830 (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Book History and the Traditional Ballad: The Wandering Jew’s Chronicle 1634- 1830
Author: Giles Bergel
Abstract: N/A
Date: 7/24/2008
Primary URL: http://www.sharpweb.org/images/PDFdocs/2008oxford.pdf
Conference Name: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Conference

The English Broadside Ballad Archive (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The English Broadside Ballad Archive
Author: Laura Miller
Author: Giles Bergel
Author: Kris McAbee
Abstract: N/A
Date: 7/24/2008
Primary URL: http://www.sharpweb.org/images/PDFdocs/2008oxford.pdf
Conference Name: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Conference

History of the Book Seminar (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: History of the Book Seminar
Abstract: N/A
Author: Giles Bergel
Date: 4/1/2009
Location: Cambridge University

Launch of the Welsh Ballads Project (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Launch of the Welsh Ballads Project
Abstract: N/A
Author: Giles Bergel
Date: 6/1/2009
Location: University of Cardiff

Editing the Long Eighteenth Century (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Editing the Long Eighteenth Century
Abstract: N/A
Author: Giles Bergel
Date: 8/1/2009
Location: Glasgow University, UK

Oral Tradition, Print Culture and the Wandering Jew's Chronicle, 1634-1830 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Oral Tradition, Print Culture and the Wandering Jew's Chronicle, 1634-1830
Abstract: N/A
Author: Giles Bergel
Date: 2/1/2009
Location: Oxford University

Timelines and Lifelines: Genealogy, Chronology and Tradition in The Wandering Jew's Chronicle 1634 - c.1820 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Timelines and Lifelines: Genealogy, Chronology and Tradition in The Wandering Jew's Chronicle 1634 - c.1820
Abstract: N/A
Author: Giles Bergel
Date: 4/1/2009
Location: Oxford University

Sustaining Digital Resources in the Humanities (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Sustaining Digital Resources in the Humanities
Author: Giles Bergel
Abstract: N/A
Date: 7/6/2009

Pedlars, Pamphlets and the Popular Press (1600-1850) (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Pedlars, Pamphlets and the Popular Press (1600-1850)
Abstract: N/A
Author: Giles Bergel
Date: 1/1/2010
Location: University of Utrecht, Netherlands

The Anglo-Norman “Ballad’ of Hugh of Lincoln (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Anglo-Norman “Ballad’ of Hugh of Lincoln
Author: Heather Blurton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 4/29/2011
Conference Name: Ballad Colloquium

'Mankind girls’: Violent Encounters in Drag (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: 'Mankind girls’: Violent Encounters in Drag
Author: Simone Chess
Abstract: This paper examines moments in early modern English texts in which a male to female (MTF) cross-dresser, while passing as female, commits acts of violence, or has violence done upon him. The fictional MTF cross-dresser’s role in violent encounters reveals the gendered nature of that violence. In some cases, moments of cross-dressed violence have the capacity to secure the sex-gender system, because they show cross-dressers to be “real men,” no matter how well they pass as women; at the same time, though, because many of these cross-dressers do pass as women, violence by or toward them is read as female violence. Though they are often violent or potentially violent, men dressed like women are also major targets for violence and harassment. The paper also considers at the punishment rituals of Skimmingtons, which penalized men’s private gender transgressions through public, shameful, and often painful forced cross-dressing.
Date: 4/4/2008
Primary URL: http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.rsa.org/resource/resmgr/annual_meeting/2008programbookchicago.pdf
Conference Name: Renaissance Society of America Conference

Drinking and Good Fellowship: Working Class or Workers’ Classes at the Alehouse? (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Drinking and Good Fellowship: Working Class or Workers’ Classes at the Alehouse?
Author: Simone Chess
Abstract: N/A
Date: 11/1/2008
Conference Name: Group for early Modern Cultural Studies

Drinking and Good Fellowship: Beer, Ale, and Alehouse Communities in the Pepys Ballad Collection (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Drinking and Good Fellowship: Beer, Ale, and Alehouse Communities in the Pepys Ballad Collection
Author: Simone Chess
Abstract: N/A
Date: 12/29/2009
Primary URL: https://www.mla.org/conv_listings_detail?prog_id=554&year=2009
Conference Name: Modern Language Association Convention

Poetry, Canonicity, Technology (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Poetry, Canonicity, Technology
Author: E. Heckendorn Cook
Abstract: N/A
Date: 3/27/2008
Conference Name: American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (ASECS)

Performance of Ballads from Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Performance of Ballads from Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale
Abstract: N/A
Author: Andrew Riggin
Author: Nicole Dechaine
Date: 3/4/2010
Location: Isla Vista Auditorium, Goleta, CA

Moving Violations of ‘The Lady and the Blackamoor’: Black and More (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Moving Violations of ‘The Lady and the Blackamoor’: Black and More
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 10/25/2008
Primary URL: https://www.msu.edu/~emod/schedule.html
Conference Name: Criminality, Liminality, and Imprisonment in the Early Modern Era

Transatlantic Crossings : The Makings of History, Aest hetics, and Blackness, 1570-1789 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Transatlantic Crossings : The Makings of History, Aest hetics, and Blackness, 1570-1789
Abstract: N/A
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Date: 11/1/2008
Location: UC Santa Barbara

Digitizing Ephemera and Its Discontents (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Digitizing Ephemera and Its Discontents
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 3/13/2009
Conference Name: Conference on “Ephemera: Impermanent Works in the Literary and Visual Culture of the Long Eighteenth Century

Moving Violations of ‘The Lady and the Blackamoor’: Black and More (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Moving Violations of ‘The Lady and the Blackamoor’: Black and More
Abstract: N/A
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Date: 4/1/2009
Location: University of Chicago

Transatlantic Crossings: The Makings of History, Aesthetics, and Blackness, 1570-1789 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Transatlantic Crossings: The Makings of History, Aesthetics, and Blackness, 1570-1789
Abstract: N/A
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Date: 1/30/2010
Location: Huntington Library, Pasadena, CA

The Print Revolution (Radio/Audio Broadcast or Recording)
Title: The Print Revolution
Writer: Patricia Fumerton
Writer: David Cayley
Director: David Caley
Abstract: N/A
Date: 4/29/2010
Primary URL: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/episodes/features/2010/04/26/the-origins-of-the-modern-public/
Format: Radio

The Private Goes Public (Radio/Audio Broadcast or Recording)
Title: The Private Goes Public
Writer: Patricia Fumerton
Writer: David Cayley
Director: David Caley
Abstract: N/A
Date: 5/19/2010
Primary URL: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/episodes/features/2010/04/26/the-origins-of-the-modern-public/
Format: Radio

Interview on English Broadside Ballad Archive (Radio/Audio Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Interview on English Broadside Ballad Archive
Writer: Tim Grigsby
Writer: Pav Aulakh
Writer: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 8/31/2010
Primary URL: http://radiocauseway.org/
Primary URL Description: Interview for KCSB 91.9 FM, "Radio Causeway", 9am, 8/31/2010
Format: Radio

Towards Apolitical Cultu re: The Everyday Materials of Early Modern Subjects and UC Scholars (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Towards Apolitical Cultu re: The Everyday Materials of Early Modern Subjects and UC Scholars
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 10/29/2010
Primary URL: http://ies.berkeley.edu/cbs/past_events.html
Primary URL Description: A list of past events for the Center for British Studies at UC Berkley. A conference program is included.
Conference Name: Early Modern Britain at the University of California: Exploring Political Culture

EBBA and the Protean Broadside Ballad (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: EBBA and the Protean Broadside Ballad
Abstract: N/A
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Date: 11/13/2010
Location: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Vexed Impressions: Toward a Digital Archive of Broadside Ballad Illustrations (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Vexed Impressions: Toward a Digital Archive of Broadside Ballad Illustrations
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 3/5/2011
Primary URL: http://english.ua.edu/grad/strode/lectures
Primary URL Description: A list of Lectures and Symposia for University of Alabama's Hudson Strode graduate program.

Transatlantic Crossings: The Makings of History, Aesthetics, and Blackness, 1570-1789 (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Transatlantic Crossings: The Makings of History, Aesthetics, and Blackness, 1570-1789
Abstract: N/A
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Date: 3/7/2011
Location: University of Mississippi, Memphis

EBBA: A Digital Home for the Homeless Broadside Ballad (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: EBBA: A Digital Home for the Homeless Broadside Ballad
Author: Carl Stahmer
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 12/28/2009
Primary URL: https://www.mla.org/conv_listings_detail?prog_id=338&year=2009
Conference Name: Modern Language Association Convention

EBBA: New Approaches to Digital Archives (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: EBBA: New Approaches to Digital Archives
Author: Carl Stahmer
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Date: 11/9/2009
Conference Name: Conference on Web Archives and Broadsides, Bodleian Library

Back to the Future: The English Broadside Ballad Archive (EBBA) (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Back to the Future: The English Broadside Ballad Archive (EBBA)
Abstract: N/A
Author: Eric Nebeker
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Author: Charlotte Becker
Author: Andrew Riggin
Author: Maria Baruxis
Date: 3/12/2011
Location: Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

Tannakin Skinker: A Case Study of the Hog-faced Woman, (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Tannakin Skinker: A Case Study of the Hog-faced Woman,
Author: Tassie Gniady
Abstract: At a time when monsters were readily available at Bartholomew Fair, Southwark Fair, and even minor street events as well as in coffee houses and taverns in London, what was it about a hog-faced woman that spurred a flurry of print? Was it her extraordinarily monstrous appearance? Probably not. Tannakin Skinker was a woman with the face of a pig, but a broadside depicting two monstrous pigs, one with hands instead of front hooves had been chronicled by Sir John Hayward in 1562. And while pigs have particular biological similarities with humans (early dissectors such as Vesalius often used them as substitutes for humans due to the similarity of their internal organs), the particular conjunction of details that make Skinker compelling are those that make her the perfect emblem for monster-culture of the seventeenth century. Thus, Tannakin Skinker becomes a positive center for previously marginal figures. Her story both has elements of the old flag of monstrosity in its didactic origin while also heralding a new kind of open signification in its secular, comic, literary and economic elements.
Date: 5/9/2011
Primary URL: http://transcriptions-2008.english.ucsb.edu/research/colloquia/researchslam/abstracts.html#Tassie_Gniady
Conference Name: Research Slam

The Licensing Habits of Gilbert Mabbott (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Licensing Habits of Gilbert Mabbott
Author: Patrick Ludolph
Abstract: N/A
Date: 6/25/2008
Primary URL: www.sharpweb.org/images/PDFdocs/2008oxford.pdf
Conference Name: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP)

Selling Shore’s Wife: Authors in the Market in Late Elizabethan England (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Selling Shore’s Wife: Authors in the Market in Late Elizabethan England
Abstract: N/A
Author: Paxton Hehmeyer
Date: 1/21/2011
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

Breaking Ballads: Production, Collection, and the English Broadside Ballad Archive (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Breaking Ballads: Production, Collection, and the English Broadside Ballad Archive
Author: Kris McAbee
Abstract: N/A
Date: 10/1/2008
Conference Name: Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis 2008

Where Old Meets New: The English Broadside Ballad Archive and the Early Modern Digital (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Where Old Meets New: The English Broadside Ballad Archive and the Early Modern Digital
Author: Kris McAbee
Abstract: N/A
Date: 6/26/2008
Primary URL: http://www.sharpweb.org/images/PDFdocs/2008oxford.pdf
Conference Name: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP)

‘Without a Bashful Blush’: Ballads as Pornography (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: ‘Without a Bashful Blush’: Ballads as Pornography
Author: Kris McAbee
Abstract: N/A
Date: 12/29/2009
Primary URL: https://www.mla.org/conv_listings_detail?prog_id=554&year=2009
Conference Name: Modern Language Association Convention

Early Modern Verse and Viral Memes (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Early Modern Verse and Viral Memes
Author: Kris McAbee
Abstract: Discussing the “resuscitability” of information in new media networks in a recent Critical Inquiry article, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun asks: “Why and how is it that the ephemeral endures? And what does the constant repetition and regeneration of information effect? What loops and what instabilities does it introduce into the logic of programmability?” My essay draws from these questions, alongside the investigations of new media and pop cultural theorists, to ask how the repetition and regeneration of early modern short forms of English literature have their own “logic of programmability.” Theories of the diffusion of digital memes can inform our understanding of the proliferation of early modern short forms on all levels of the cultural spectrum, from courtly sonnets to popular ballads. The use of new media theory to analyze the dissemination of early modern short forms offersthe potential for further insight into what generic attributes are defined in sonnets or ballads and how they are propagated by the continued production and circulation of these short forms.
Date: 4/9/2010
Primary URL: http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.rsa.org/resource/resmgr/annual_meeting/2010programvenice.pdf
Conference Name: Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference

Petty Poetry: Reflections on Renaissance Ballads and Shakespeare’s Sonnets (Shakespeare and Cheap Print) (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Petty Poetry: Reflections on Renaissance Ballads and Shakespeare’s Sonnets (Shakespeare and Cheap Print)
Author: Kris McAbee
Abstract: N/A
Date: 4/2/2010
Primary URL: http://www.shakespeareassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/2010-Program.pdf
Conference Name: Shakespeare Association of America

‘Advice to the Ladies of London’: Broadside Ballads and Feminine Virtue (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: ‘Advice to the Ladies of London’: Broadside Ballads and Feminine Virtue
Author: Jessica C. Murphy
Abstract: N/A
Date: 4/11/2008
Primary URL: https://www.buffalo.edu/content/dam/www/nemla/Convention%20Archives/nemla_2008%281%29.pdf
Conference Name: Northeast Modern Language Association Conference

Visualizing the ‘Advice to the Ladies of London’: A Digital Humanities Approach to Early Modern Gender (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Visualizing the ‘Advice to the Ladies of London’: A Digital Humanities Approach to Early Modern Gender
Author: Jessica C. Murphy
Abstract: N/A
Date: 12/29/2008
Primary URL: https://www.mla.org/conv_listings_detail?prog_id=724&year=2008
Conference Name: Modern Language Association Convention

‘A Remedy for the Greensickness’: Popular Literature and Female Sexuality (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: ‘A Remedy for the Greensickness’: Popular Literature and Female Sexuality
Author: Jessica C. Murphy
Abstract: N/A
Date: 2/7/2009
Primary URL: http://www.planetwine.net/Planet_Wine/Tour_Events_files/scrc.pdf
Primary URL Description: Conference Program
Conference Name: Renaissance Conference of Southern California

Using a Social Network to Teach Early Modern Drama (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Using a Social Network to Teach Early Modern Drama
Author: Jessica C. Murphy
Abstract: This presentation will discuss an assignment developed and employed at the speakers’ institutions that uses a social-networking site to allow students to perform the roles of characters in early modern dramatic texts. Each student creates a social-networking profile for a single character in an assigned play and then throughout the semester interacts with the other characters in the digital environment, basing that character’s “performance” on textual evidence. The pedagogical benefits of using this digital tool include lessons about character formation, the realization of close-reading skills necessary for such formation, and the implementation of new-media-supported performance.
Date: 3/24/2011
Primary URL: http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.rsa.org/resource/resmgr/annual_meeting/montreal_abstract_book_final.pdf
Conference Name: Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference

Barnabe Googe and the Ballad Market (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Barnabe Googe and the Ballad Market
Author: Eric Nebeker
Abstract: Barnabe Googe’s Eglogs, Epytaphes and Sonettes (1563) is a notable work in literary history for being the first single-author collection of short poetry by a living poet. It has also been notable for its typographic oddities, particularly its practice of splitting pentameter lines in two. Thus, though “sonnet” is in the title, none of the poems seem to fit the formal requirements of that genre. However, as was noted long ago by Hoyt Hudson, at least two of the poems are in fact sonnets—and Shakespearean ones at that. They had gone unrecognized because the iambic pentameter lines were split into alternating lines of two and three feet, making twenty-eight line poems instead of the sonnet-standard fourteen. Those scholars who discuss these line breaks have tended to explain it as a simple typographic matter: there was not enough space on the page for the pentameter lines, or Googe simply carried over the practice of splitting fourteeners into lines of four and three feet to his pentameter lines. There is another agent to consider, however, and another tradition of poetry that bears on this typographical oddity: the printers Ralph Newberry and Thomas Colwell and the broadside ballad. Both printers had produced broadside ballads—Thomas Colwell quite regularly—and broadside ballads tended to avoid lines longer than quatrameter. In fact, breaking fourteeners into lines of four and three feet result in one of the most common ballad measures. This paper explores the connections between Googe’s Eglogs and the broadside ballad and argues that rather than making a fairly arbitrary typographical choice in breaking the pentameter lines, Newberry and Colwell may have been considering potential readers. Shortening those lines would make the slender collection of poetry appeal to a wider range of readers, and thus increase their chances turning a profit.
Date: 4/2/2008
Primary URL: http://www.ucc.ie/en/mbsr/confereces/conference2008/
Conference Name: Making Books, Shaping Readers Conference

Broadside Ballads and Textual Publics (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Broadside Ballads and Textual Publics
Abstract: N/A
Author: Eric Nebeker
Date: 1/10/2009
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

’Tis good to strike while the Irons hot’: The Social life of the Broadside Ballad (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: ’Tis good to strike while the Irons hot’: The Social life of the Broadside Ballad
Author: Eric Nebeker
Abstract: N/A
Date: 3/13/2015
Primary URL: http://transliteracies.english.ucsb.edu/post/research-project/working-groups-individual/history-of-reading/history-of-reading-conference-reading-as-a-social-technology
Conference Name: History of Reading Conference: Reading as Social Technology

Musical Broadsides and their Audiences (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Musical Broadsides and their Audiences
Abstract: N/A
Author: Eric Nebeker
Date: 6/11/2010
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

The Gypsies Metamorphos’d and the Politics of Cock Lorel (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Gypsies Metamorphos’d and the Politics of Cock Lorel
Author: Eric Nebeker
Abstract: N/A
Date: 10/30/2010
Primary URL: http://ies.berkeley.edu/cbs/media/CBSFallFestPurple2010.pdf
Conference Name: Early Modern Britain at the University of California: Exploring Political Culture

The Early English Ballad Archive: Woodcut Impressions Archive (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Early English Ballad Archive: Woodcut Impressions Archive
Author: Megan Palmer-Browne
Abstract: N/A
Date: 5/1/2010
Conference Name: UCSB Transcriptions Center Research Slam

Impressions of Lamentation: Broadside Ballads in Word and Image (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Impressions of Lamentation: Broadside Ballads in Word and Image
Abstract: N/A
Author: Megan Palmer-Browne
Date: 1/10/2010
Location: Huntington Library, San Marino, CA

Impressions of Lamentation: Broadsid e Ballads in Word and Image (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Impressions of Lamentation: Broadsid e Ballads in Word and Image
Author: Megan Palmer-Browne
Abstract: N/A
Date: 3/11/2011
Conference Name: Early Modern Center Winter Conference

Ownership and Transmission of Seventeenth-Century Broadside Ballad Woodcuts (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Ownership and Transmission of Seventeenth-Century Broadside Ballad Woodcuts
Abstract: N/A
Author: Megan Palmer-Browne
Date: 5/20/2011
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

Rebellious Balladry: The Political Optimism of ‘Come all ye,’ (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Rebellious Balladry: The Political Optimism of ‘Come all ye,’
Abstract: N/A
Author: Judith Paltin
Date: 11/19/2010
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

Anti-community Ballads and the Demonizing of the Popular (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Anti-community Ballads and the Demonizing of the Popular
Author: Liberty Stanavage
Abstract: N/A
Date: 10/9/2008
Primary URL: http://rmmla.innoved.org/conferences/Conf08Reno/default.asp
Conference Name: Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference

Presentation on the Britwell Ballads (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Presentation on the Britwell Ballads
Abstract: N/A
Author: Stephen Tabor
Date: 1/29/2010
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

Tobacco and the Ballad in the Seventeenth Century (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Tobacco and the Ballad in the Seventeenth Century
Author: Edward Test
Abstract: N/A
Date: 12/29/2009
Primary URL: https://www.mla.org/conv_listings_detail?prog_id=554&year=2009
Conference Name: Modern Language Association Convention

English Broadside Ballads and The Beggar’s Opera of John Gay: A Discussion of their Relationship (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: English Broadside Ballads and The Beggar’s Opera of John Gay: A Discussion of their Relationship
Abstract: N/A
Author: William Warner
Date: 6/3/2011
Location: Early Modern Center, UC Santa Barbara, CA

Remembering by Dismembering: Databases, Archiving, and the Recollection of Seventeenth-Century Broadside Ballads (Article)
Title: Remembering by Dismembering: Databases, Archiving, and the Recollection of Seventeenth-Century Broadside Ballads
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Abstract: N/A
Year: 2008
Primary URL: http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/14-2/Fumerrem.html
Primary URL Description: A link to the article.
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Early Modern Literary Studies (EMLS)

Ballads and Broadsides in Britain, 1500-1800 (Book)
Title: Ballads and Broadsides in Britain, 1500-1800
Author: Bruce R. Smith
Author: Patricia Fumerton
Author: Paula McDowell
Author: Mary Ellen Brown
Author: Thomas Pettitt
Author: Tassie Gniady
Author: Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell
Author: Ruth Perry
Author: Dianne Dugaw
Author: Noelle Chao
Author: Anita Guerrini
Author: Simone Chess
Author: Frances E. Dolan
Author: Joy Wiltenburg
Author: Steve Newman
Author: Angela McShane
Editor: Patricia Fumerton
Editor: Anita Guerrini
Editor: Kris McAbee
Abstract: N/A
Year: 2010
Primary URL: https://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&calcTitle=1&isbn=9780754662488&lang=cy-GB
Publisher: Ashgate Press
Type: Edited Volume
ISBN: 9780754662488

Interdisciplinary Knowledge Work: Digital Textual Analysis Tools and their Collaboration Affordances (Book Section)
Title: Interdisciplinary Knowledge Work: Digital Textual Analysis Tools and their Collaboration Affordances
Author: Jeff Scheible
Author: Jessica C. Murphy
Author: Monica Bulger
Editor: Laura McGrath
Abstract: N/A
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://ccdigitalpress.org/ebooks-and-projects/cad
Publisher: Computers and Composition Digital Press
Book Title: Collaborative Approaches to the Digital in English Studies
ISBN: 978-0-87421-88

Broadside Ballads, Miscellanies, and the Lyric in Print (Article)
Title: Broadside Ballads, Miscellanies, and the Lyric in Print
Author: Eric Nebeker
Abstract: N/A
Year: 2009
Primary URL: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/elh/v076/76.4.nebeker.html
Access Model: Subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: English Literary History
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

Broadside Ballads and Textual Publics (Article)
Title: Broadside Ballads and Textual Publics
Author: Eric Nebeker
Abstract: This essay investigates the role of the broadside ballad in creating early modern textual publics and the role they played in developing a culture of printed controversy in which all levels of society could participate. Through analysis of a broadside flyting involving Thomas Churchyard and Thomas Camel, I show that broadside ballads were particularly well-suited for encouraging participation in textual publics because they were cheap, widely distributed, and variedly consumed. Furthermore, I argue that broadside ballad controversies were crucial to opening a space for printed debate in England for controversies such as that surrounding the Marprelate tracts.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/studies_in_english_literature/v051/51.1.nebeker.html
Access Model: Subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Studies in English Literature
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

Will Ye Ha’ a Ballad? Teaching Shakespeare with Ballads (Book Section)
Title: Will Ye Ha’ a Ballad? Teaching Shakespeare with Ballads
Author: Eric Nebeker
Editor: Rebecca Steinberger
Editor: Joshua Fisher
Abstract: N/A
Year: 2012
Publisher: Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars
Book Title: Encountering ephemera 1500-1800 : scholarship, performance, classroom
ISBN: 9781443841801


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