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Digital Publication of Records of Early English Drama
Peter Greenfield, Lafayette College
Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RQ-230510-15
BBC Shakespeare on Tour webpages (Web Resources)
Title: BBC Shakespeare on Tour webpages
Author: REED editors: Peter Greenfield, James Stokes, Sally-Beth MacLean, et al.
Author: BBC, Records of Early English Drama, British Library
Abstract: BBC Shakespeare on Tour--a collection of webpages and BBC local radio broadcasts telling stories about Shakespeare performances throughout Britain from the 16th century to the present. Incl. stories about performances at Caludon Castle for Lord Henry Berkeley, at Sudeley Castle for the Lords Chandos, at towns like Gloucester, Southampton, Coventry, Leicester, etc. A collaboration of the BBC with Records of Early English Drama and the British Library.
Primary URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03fcz11
Primary URL Description: Home page for Shakespeare on Tour.
Secondary URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/19HhdTGyTKSJJcRfgzmvwKM/shakespeare-in-gloucestershire
Secondary URL Description: Shakespeare in Gloucestershire, a page largely written by Peter Greenfield, based on earlier REED research.
“How to Track a Bear in Southwark: a learning module.” (Article)
Title: “How to Track a Bear in Southwark: a learning module.”
Author: MacLean, Sally-Beth
Author: Hagen, Tanya
Abstract: Description of How to Track A Bear in Southwark, an Omeka-based learning module focused on the transmission of documents about the Bear Garden in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century London: a venue for bear- and bull-baiting, as well as theatrical entertainments.
Primary URL: http://www.medievalenglishtheatre.co.uk/vol37.html
Primary URL Description: Webpage giving contents of this issue of the journal.
Secondary URL: http://trackabear.library.utoronto.ca/welcome
Secondary URL Description: Website of the learning module itself.
Access Model: subscription
Periodical Title: Medieval English Theatre
Publisher: Boydell and Brewer
Digital Shakespeare: Audiences and Scholars. (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Digital Shakespeare: Audiences and Scholars.
Author: Penelope Woods
Author: Suzanne Westfall
Author: Siobhan Keenan
Author: Erin Sullivan
Abstract: The digital age has offered new opportunities and challenges for creators and performers of Shakespeare and has recalibrated the position and autonomy of audiences in performance. The twenty-first century technological explosion has also increased the availability of theatrical records and commentaries, encouraging us to contemplate how pedagogy is changing, and how online resources such as Somerset and MacLean’s pioneering REED Patrons and Performances database may be used by wider communities to reflect on the early Shakespearean stage.
Date Range: 16 August 2016
Location: London, UK
Primary URL: http://www.wsc2016.info/sessions/digital-shakespeare-audiences-and-scholars/
Primary URL Description: Webpage describing this seminar at the 2016 World Shakespeare Congress.