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Digital Pedagogy in Early Modern Studies

Method and Praxis

A collection of essays on early modern digital humanities by leading scholars in the field.
This collection of essays focuses on teaching at the intersection of early modern literature, book history, and digital media. It considers how teaching different fields and methods of study can be enhanced and facilitated by digital technologies. The volume provides a snapshot of current thinking on digital pedagogy as practiced by leading scholars in the field and offers a series of models that may be adapted, personalized, and repurposed by future teachers seeking to bring digital methodologies to their classrooms.

360 pages | 40 color plates | 6 x 9

New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Education: Higher Education

Literature and Literary Criticism: British and Irish Literature

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Table of Contents


Teaching Digital Shakespeare
Laura Estill

Interfaces and Ephemerality: Teaching Early Modern Ballads
Mary Learner

Constructing and Contesting the Past: Teaching History in the Age of Wikipedia
Jessica Marie Otis

Annotated Shakespeare: Building Digital Archives in the Undergraduate Classroom
Scott Schofield

“Reading as Design”: Teaching Early Modern Texts through a Multimodal Lens
Denna Iammarino

Building Scaffolding: Present Progressive Pedagogy in The Pulter Project: Poet in the Making
Leah Knight

Digital Competencies, Collaborations, and Cultures of Work: A Case Study from the Making and Knowing Project
Tianna Helena Uchacz, Naomi Rosenkranz, and Terry Catapano

Collaborative Bibliodigigogy: Teaching Bibliography with Digital Methodologies and Pedagogical Partnerships
Kristen Abbott Bennett and Janelle Jenstad

Undergraduate Curricular Contexts for Research in Textual Studies
Brent Nelson and Peter Robinson

Implementing the Do-It-Yourself First Folio: From Concept Model to Pedagogical Tool
Meaghan Brown, Rebecca Niles, and Stacey Redick

Pedagogy in Performance: Discovering Shakespeare through the MIT Merchant Module
Mary Erica Zimmer



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