Our Pedagogical Partners

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Introduction

We at MoEML are keen to honour our pedagogical origins while upholding scholarly standards. Thus, we have developed a pedagogical partnership project whereby we team up with professors in other locations, supply teaching materials, and have the students contribute to MoEML under the close supervision of their professor on site.

Pedagogical Partners — 2016

Kristen A. Bennett
Kristen A. Bennett
Kristen A. Bennett and her students in Pop Culture and Bibliodigigogy in Early Modern England at Stonehill College will write introductions for little-known EEBO texts and encode a portion of Thomas Dekker’s The Gull’s Hornbook.

Pedagogical Partners — 2015

Ian MacInnes
Ian MacInnes
Ian MacInnes and his two summer research students at Albion College, Dana Demchak and Kate Casebeer, will prepare articles on several animal-related sites. Kate Casebeer is working with the MoEML team in order to encode her own article in TEI.
Jennifer Drouin
Jennifer Drouin
Jennifer Drouin and the students in her graduate course (EN 500: Digital Humanities) at The University of Alabama are MoEML’s first encoding partners.

Pedagogical Partners — Summer and Autumn 2014

Following on the success of our pedagogical pilot project with Professor Peter C. Herman at San Diego State University and Professor Kate McPherson at Utah Valley University in Spring 2014 (see below), MoEML is pleased to welcome a new batch of pedagogical partners for the Summer and Autumn 2014 terms.

Tom Bishop

Tom Bishop
Tom Bishop
Tom Bishop and his English/Drama advanced seminar (Studies in English Renaissance Drama) at The University of Auckland will prepare an article on the Theatre playhouse.

Briony Frost

Briony Frost
Briony Frost
Briony Frost and her M.A. Renaissance Literature class (Country, City and Court: Renaissance Literature, 1558-1618) at Exeter University will prepare encyclopedia entries on many of the sites (numbered 1-12) on The Queen’s Majesty’s Passage.

Sarah Hogan

Sarah Hogan
Sarah Hogan
Sarah Hogan and her Sixteenth-century British Literature class at Wake Forest University will prepare an encyclopedia article on Ludgate.

Shannon Kelley

Shannon Kelley
Shannon Kelley
Shannon Kelley and her Shakespeare survey class (Shakespeare I) at Fairfield University will prepare encyclopedia entries on the gardens on the Agas map, including the Bear Garden.

Kathryn Moncrief

Kathryn Moncrief
Kathryn Moncrief
Kathryn M. Moncrief and her Renaissance Drama class at Washington College will prepare an article on the Rose playhouse.

Kevin Quarmby

Kevin Quarmby
Kevin Quarmby
Kevin Quarmby and his Autumn 2014 sophomore Shakespeare class at Oxford College of Emory University will prepare an article on Bearbaiting in Early Modern London.

Meg Roland

Meg Roland
Meg Roland
Meg Roland and the students in her Study Abroad in London and Rome: Tracing Empire course at Marylhurst University will prepare an article on the London Wall or Bishopsgate.

Anita Sherman

Anita Sherman
Anita Sherman
Anita Sherman and the undergraduate/graduate students in her Revenge Drama and City Comedy: Shakespeare’s Contemporaries course at American University will be doing a place-based reading of Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair. Her students will prepare articles on Smithfield and some of the surrounding streets and sites.

Amy L. Tigner

Amy L. Tigner
Amy L. Tigner
Amy Tigner and her graduate seminar (Shakespeare and Early Modern Urban/Rural Nature) at the University of Texas, Arlington will collectively research and write an article on the Thames.

Donna Woodford-Gormley

Donna Woodford-Gormley
Donna Woodford-Gormley
Donna Woodford-Gormley and her Autumn 2014 Shakespeare: From the Globe to the Global class at New Mexico Highlands University will prepare an article on the Globe playhouse.
Details of other new partners will be added as they become available. Watch this space!

Pedagogical Partners — Spring 2014 Pilot

Our first two pedagogical partners were Professor Peter C. Herman at San Diego State University and Professor Kate McPherson at Utah Valley University. Professor Herman’s research seminar on Shakespeare collectively produced an article on the Blackfriars Theatres and Professor McPherson’s Shakespeare’s Histories & Comedies class wrote an article on The Curtain Theatre. We will make an announcement when the articles are published by MoEML.
Peter C. Herman
Peter C. Herman
Kate McPherson
Kate McPherson
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MLA citation:

McLean-Fiander, Kim, and Janelle Jenstad. “Our Pedagogical Partners.” The Map of Early Modern London. Ed. Janelle Jenstad. Victoria: University of Victoria. Web. 18 October 2017. <http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/pedagogical_partnership.htm>.

Chicago citation:

McLean-Fiander, Kim, and Janelle Jenstad. n.d. “Our Pedagogical Partners.” The Map of Early Modern London. Ed. Janelle Jenstad. Victoria: University of Victoria. Accessed October 18, 2017. http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/pedagogical_partnership.htm.

APA citation:

McLean-Fiander K., & J. Jenstad. (n.d.). Our Pedagogical Partners. In J. Jenstad (Ed.), The Map of Early Modern London. Retrieved October 18, 2017, from http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/pedagogical_partnership.htm

TEI citation:

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