Publications and Presentations

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Publications

Jenstad, Janelle and Joseph Takeda. Making the RA Matter: Pedagogy, Interface, and Practices. Making Humanities Matter. Ed. Jentery Sayers. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press. Forthcoming.
Jenstad, Janelle. Restoring Place to the Digital Archive: The Map of Early Modern London Approaches to Teaching Early Modern Literature from the Archives. Ed. Heidi Brayman Hackel and Ian Frederick Moulton. New York: MLA, forthcoming.
Jenstad, Janelle. Using Early Modern Maps in Literary Studies: Views and Caveats from London. New Directions in the Geohumanities: Art, Text, and History at the Edge of Place. Ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson. New York: Routledge, 2011. [In his column in The New York Times Opinionator, Stanley Fish calls this a collection that officially announces the emergence of a field of study. See The Triumph of the Humanities (13 June 2011).]

Conference, Seminar, and Symposium Papers

Jenstad, Janelle, Kim McLean-Fiander, Greg Newton, and Martin Holmes. How To Edit a Map in TEI. Digital Humanities 2015 Conference, Sydney, Australia. [Abstract]. 2015-07-03. Presenters: Greg Newton and Martin Holmes.
Holmes, Martin. Whatever Happened to Interchange? Digital Humanities 2015 Conference, Sydney, Australia. [Abstract]. 2015-07-02.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. Research-Based Learning and DH Projects: MoEML’s Pedagogical Partnership. Guest Lecture in Digital Pedagogy course taught by Diane Jakacki at DHSI 2015. University of Victoria. 10 June 2015. Presenter: Janelle Jenstad.
Jenstad, Janelle. What’s in a Placename? The Gazetteer of Shakespeare’s London. Continuing Studies. University of Victoria. 2015-03-05.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. New Models for Mobilizing Undergraduate Research. Workshop 59. Shakespeare Association of America 2015. Vancouver, BC. 2-4 April 2015.
Jenstad, Janelle. Building a Digital Gazetteer of Shakespeare’s London. Queen’s University. Kingston, ON. Demystifying DH series. 2015-02-28.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. Research-Based Learning and DH Projects: MoEML’s Pedagogical Partnership. Centre for Teaching and Learning. Queen’s University. 2015-02-28. Presenter: Janelle Jenstad.
McLean-Fiander, Kim. Something Old, Something New: Digital Innovations in Early Modern Scholarship. New Directions in Digital Scholarship: The Library and the University Community. University of Victoria. 27 February 2015.
Jenstad, Janelle. Building a Digital Gazetteer for Shakespeare’s London. Hudson Strode Visiting Speaker. University of Alabama. Tusacaloosa, Alabama. 2015-02-24.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. Bringing Digital Tools into the Classroom: A Case Study Using The Map of Early Modern London. Modern Language Association Convention. Vancouver, BC. 11 January 2015.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. Pedagogical and Publishing Partnerships: An Experiment in Research-Based Learning. Senate Committee on Teaching and Learning, University of Victoria. December 2014.
Jenstad, Janelle. Building a Digital Gazetteer for Shakespeare’s London. Washington College, Chestertown, MD. Sponsored by the Sophie Kerr Committee, the Center for Environment & Society, and the Geographic Information Systems Program. 10 September 2014.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. Pedagogical and Publishing Partnerships: When Students Become Contributors. Let’s Talk about Teaching day. Learning and Teaching Centre, University of Victoria. 29 August 2014.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Place of the Playhouses in Early Modern London? Shakespeare Association of America 2014. St. Louis, MO. 9-12 April 2014. Seminar led by Chris Highley.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Diane Jakacki. Mapping Toponyms in Early Modern Plays with MoEML and ISE. Renaissance Society of America 2014 Annual Meeting. New York, NY. 28 March 2014.
McLean-Fiander, Kim. The Map of Early Modern London’s Pedagogical Sustainability Model for the Digital Humanities. Stanford University. Palo Alto, CA. 13 March 2014.
McLean-Fiander, Kim. An Experiment in Digital Pedagogy using The Map of Early Modern London. Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies. Riverside, CA. 8 March 2014.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Place of Blackfriars in Early Modern London. Seventh Blackfriars Conference. Staunton, VA: American Shakespeare Centre. 26 October 2013. See ASC Education’s blog summary of the presentation.
Jenstad, Janelle. Position paper for Workshop on Mapping Geo-Cultural Space: GIS, Spatial Narratives, and Interdisciplinarity. Brisbane: University of Queensland. 8-9 August 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle, Martin Holmes, Nathan Phillips, Sarah Milligan, and Cameron Butt. Encoding historical dates correctly: is it practical, and is it worth it? Digital Humanities 2013 Conference. [http://dh2013.unl.edu/abstracts/ab-179.html]. Lincoln, NB. 19 July 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Martin Holmes. Practical Interoperability: The Map of Early Modern London and the Internet Shakespeare Editions. Digital Humanities 2013 Conference. Lincoln, NB. [http://dh2013.unl.edu/abstracts/ab-180.html]. Lincoln, NB. 17 July 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Versioning John Stow’s A Survey of London, or, What’s New in 1618 and 1633? Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences 2013. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 3 June 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Georeferencing the Agas Map. Renaissance Studies and New Technologies. Renaissance Society of America 2013 Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. 4 April 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Notes Towards a Critical Edition of the Agas Map of London. Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America 2013 Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON. March 2013.
Jakacki, Diane. Visualization of Geospatial/Textual Relationships in King Henry VIII. Shakespeare Association of America 2013 Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON. March 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Re-Placing the Book: Preparing a Geo-text of the Mayoral Shows. Beyond Accessibility Conference (INKE). Victoria, BC. 10 June 2012.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mobilizing Student Scholarship for The Map of Early Modern London. For Building Digital Humanities in the Undergraduate Classroom: An Electronic Roundtable, Modern Language Association. Seattle, WA. January 2012. See Brian Croxall and Kathi Inman Berens’s session proposal on Brian’s website: Coming to MLA12... Building Digital Humanities in the Undergraduate Classroom.
Jenstad, Janelle. John Taylor and the Cosmographic Text. Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference. Spokane, WA. 2011.
Jenstad, Janelle. Georeferencing the Mayoral Shows: The Peripatetic Edition. Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America 2011 Annual Meeting. Bellevue, WA. 9 April 2011.
Jakacki, Diane. Didst thou neuer know Tarlton?: Building a Better Digital Edition Through REED. Envisioning REED Online Conference, Records of Early English Drama. Toronto, ON. April 2011.
Jenstad, Janelle. Our devices for that solemme and Iouiall daye: Collaboration in the Making of the Early Modern London Lord Mayor’s Show. Collaborative paper with Tracey Hill. North American Conference on British Studies. Baltimore, MD. 2010.
Jenstad, Janelle. Map of Early Modern London: Project Demonstration and Reflections. Symposium on New Directions in Digital Humanities Scholarship. Council on Library and Information Resources. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 27 February 2009. Invited speaker.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mental Mapping: A Digital Approach to Teaching London. Modern Language Association (MLA Discussion Group on Computers in Language and Literature). Chicago, IL. 29 December 2007.
Jenstad, Janelle. From Digitizing a Map to Digital Mapping. Modern Language Association (MLA Discussion Group on Computers in Language and Literature). Chicago, IL. December 2007.
Jenstad, Janelle. Scripting the Brotherhood: Guild Records and Mayoral Pageantry in Early Modern London. Early Modern Discussion Group. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 23 November 2006.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Map of Early Modern London: Navigating the World We Have Lost. Renaissance Society of America 2006 Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. March 2006.
Jenstad, Janelle. Gift Books and Mayoral Pageantry in Early Modern London. Renaissance Society of America 2005 Annual Meeting. Cambridge, UK. 2005.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mapping Early Modern London: A Hypertext Atlas Project. City Limits? The European City, 1400-1900. Winnipeg, MB. 2 October 2004.

Other Presentations

Duncan, Catriona. Catriona Duncan on The Map of Early Modern London. SFU-UVic Digital Pedagogy Network Student Showcase. Vancouver, BC: Simon Fraser University. 26 January 2017.
Duncan, Catriona. Catriona Duncan on The Map of Early Modern London. Electronic Textual Cultures Laboratory Nuts & Bolts Digital Humanities Series. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 21 October 2016.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Kim McLean-Fiander. Demonstrating The Map of Early Modern London. Digital Room of the Shakespeare Association of America 2014 Annual Meeting. St Louis, MO. 10 April 2014.
McLean-Fiander, Kim. Digital Humanities Projects and Pedagogy. San Diego State University. San Diego, CA. 10 March 2014.
Jenstad, Janelle. ’And now completely finished’: Rebuilding and Expanding The Map of Early Modern London. The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab Brown Bag Lecture Series. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 28 October 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Networks and Neighbourhoods in Early Modern London. Lecture at Catapult Center for Digital Humanities and Computational Analysis. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University. 28 October 2013.
McLean-Fiander, Kim. Three-Minute Introduction to The Map of Early Modern London. Early Modern Digital Agendas NEH Summer Institute. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library. 24 July 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Renaissance Studies and New Technologies V: Roundtable. Renaissance Reformation Colloqium at the Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. 5 April 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Walking Shakespeare’s London. Lecture at IdeaFest. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 6 March 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Looking for the Forest in XML Trees, or, Where’s London in The Map of Early Modern London? Address at the Innaugural George Washington University Digital Humanities Symposium. Washington, DC. 24 January 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mapping the Literature of Early Modern London. Keynote Address at the English Language Centre. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta. 2012.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Pleasure and Perils of Starting a DH Project: Reflections on Gender, Work, and Tenure from an Accidental Digital Humanist. Keynote Address at Humanities Computing Conference. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta. 23 March 2012.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Pleasure and Perils of Starting a DH Project. Electronic Textual Cultures Labratorty [ETCL] Nuts and Bolts of DH Discussion Group. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 13 March 2012.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Martin Holmes. Digital Streetscapes and the Local Texts of Early Modern London, or Why The Map of Early Modern London is a Database and not a Map. Keynote Address at IdeaFest. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 8 March 2012.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mapping the Literary Culture of Early Modern London. Lecture at Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier, France. 2011.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mapping Public Spaces in Early Modern London. Electronic Textual Cultures Labratory [ETCL] Brown Bag Speaker Series. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 16 September 2011.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Map of Early Modern London Demonstration. English Department Faculty Colloquium. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 19 November 2010.
Jenstad, Janelle. Teaching with The Map of Early Modern London. Professional Development Day for High School Teachers. Held in conjunction with the Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference. Victoria, BC. October 2010.
Jenstad, Janelle. Reading Early Printed Books in the Digital Environment. Microtalk at the Teaching and Research Using Technology in the Humanities [TRUTH] Symposium. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 2010.
Jenstad, Janelle. Reading Early Modern Maps. Research Collective in Book Culture. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 14 March 2008.
Jenstad, Janelle. Session Speaker with Stewart Arneil (Humanities Computing and Media Centre). Interface Design for Humanities Visualization course at Digital Humanities Summer Institute. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 21 June 2007.
Jenstad, Janelle. Respondent for New Technologies and Renaissance Studies VII: Working with Early Modern Electronic Texts panel. Renaissance Society of America 2005 Annual Meeting. Cambridge, UK. 2005
Jenstad, Janelle. Pageant Books in Early Modern London. Humanities Research Group. Windsor, ON: University of Windsor. 7 March 2001.

Poster Sessions

Phillips, Nathan, and Tye Landels. The Map of Early Modern London v.5. Electronic Textual Cultures Laboratory (ETCL) Virtual Poster Session. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 6 January 2014.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Map of Early Modern London. Humanities Computing Instructional and Project Showcase. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. March 2007.
Jenstad, Janelle, and Melanie Chernyk. The Map of Early Modern London. Humanities Computing Instructional and Project Showcase. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria. 25 November 2005.

Guest Teaching

Jenstad, Janelle. Mapping Shakespeare’s London. ENG 384 (International Shakespeare in a New Media World). Emory University (via Skype). 2013
Jenstad, Janelle. What is Digital Humanities? Three English classes. Saint Michael’s University School, Vcitoria, BC. 2013
Jenstad, Janelle. The Pleasures and Perils of Starting a DH Project. ENGL 6130 (Digital Humanities in Theory and Practice). George Washington University. Washington, DC. 2013.
Jenstad, Janelle. Mapping Early Modern City Comedy. HUMA 150 (Tools, Techniques, and Culture of the Digital Humanities). University of Victoria. 2010.
Jenstad, Janelle. The Map of Early Modern London: Demonstration. HUMA 150 (Tools, Techniques, and Culture of the Digital Humanities). University of Victoria. 3 November 2009.
Jenstad, Janelle. No Encoding Experience Required. Peak Profs Guest Speaker. Peak Profs Program. University of Victoria. 21 October 2009.
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MLA citation:

“Publications and Presentations.” The Map of Early Modern London. Ed. Janelle Jenstad. Victoria: University of Victoria. Web. 22 November 2017. <http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/publications_presentations.htm>.

Chicago citation:

“Publications and Presentations.” n.d. The Map of Early Modern London. Ed. Janelle Jenstad. Victoria: University of Victoria. Accessed November 22, 2017. http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/publications_presentations.htm.

APA citation:

Publications and Presentations. (n.d.). In J. Jenstad (Ed.), The Map of Early Modern London. Retrieved November 22, 2017, from http://mapoflondon.uvic.ca/publications_presentations.htm

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