Early modern studies after the digital turn / edited by Laura Estill, Diane K. Jackacki, Michael Ullyot.
Tempe, Arizona : Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2016.|
vi, 378 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm|
Medieval and renaissance texts and studies ; v. 502|
New technologies in medieval and renaissance studies ; v. 6
Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series) ; v. 502.
Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies (Series). New technologies in medieval and Renaissance studies ; v. 6.
Digital humanities -- Research -- Methodology.|
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Research -- Methodology.
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Information resources.
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Table of Contents:
- Books in Space: Adjacency, EEBO-TCP, and Early Modern Dramatists
- Plotting the "Female Wits" Controversy: Gender, Genre, and Printed Plays, 1670-1699
- A Bird's-Eye View of Early Modern Latin: Distant Reading, Network Analysis, and Style Variation
- Displaying Textual and Translational Variants in a Hypertextual and Multilingual Edition of Shakespeare's Multi-text Plays
- Re-Modeling the Edition: Creating the Corpus of Folger Digital Texts
- Collaborative Curation and Exploration of the EEBO-TCP Corpus
- "Ill shapen sounds, and false orthography": A Computational Approach to Early English Orthographic Variation
- Linked Open Data and Semantic Web Technologies in Emblematica Online
- Mapping Toponyms in Early Modern Plays with the Map of Early Modern London and Internet Shakespeare Editions Projects: A Case Study in Interoperability
- Microstoria 2.0: Geo-locating Renaissance Spatial and Architectural History
- Gazing into Imaginary Spaces: Digital Modeling and the Representation of Reality
- Cambridge Revisited?: Simulation, Methodology, and Phenomenology in the Study of Theatre History
- Staying Relevant: Marketing Shakespearean Performance through Social Media