Courses Taught by Janelle Jenstad
- ENGL 520: Renaissance Area Course (Representations of London in Early Modern English Literature) Graduate seminar taught by Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria, 2011. All the course materials are linked from the top page for English 520: Representations of London in Modern English Literature.
- ENGL 520: Renaissance Area Course (Representations of London in Early Modern English Literature) Graduate seminar taught by Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria, 2005. Syllabus (.pdf file).
These are directed studies courses supervised by Janelle Jenstad, which integrated digital humanities curriculum with research based on The Map of Early Modern London.
- DHUM 491: Directed Studies in Digital Humanities (Remediating Bills of Mortality). Directed studies undertaken by Joey Takeda with the supervision of Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria, 2015. Syllabus (link).
- DHUM 491: Directed Studies in Digital Humanities (Georeferencing London Books). Directed studies undertaken by Tye Landels with the supervision of Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria, 2014. Syllabus (link).
- ENGL 7920: Studies in Early-Modern Literature (Early-Modern London and its Theatre). Graduate seminar taught by Glenn Clark, University of Manitoba, 2008. Syllabus (.doc file).
- ENG 803.3: Topics in Literary & Cultural History (The Geography of London’s Imaginary Spaces in the 18th Century). Graduate seminar taught by Allison Muri (The Grub Street Project), University of Saskatchewan, 2009. Syllabus (link).
- Early Texts about London (.doc file): Graduate-level assignment designed to help students master the skills of data-base and catalogue searching, reading early printed texts in their original form, and analyzing the discursive field of an early text about London.
Digital Resources and Tools
This is a list of links, print resources, and databases that might be helpful to instructors teaching courses on early modern London.
- The Centre for Metropolitan History
- Early Modern London Theatres
- Fenton, Jill.
Teaching London: A Two-Day Conference jointly organised by The Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute for Historical Research and the University of Westminster London Studies Programme, 3-4 November 2006.The London Journal 32.2 (2007): 185-89. DOI 10.1179/174963207X205734. Web.
- Locating London’s Past
- Locating London Lives 1690-1800 ~ Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis
- Museum of London Archaeology
- The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: London’s Central Criminal Court, 1674-1913
- Shakespearean London Theatres
- See also MoEML’s Guide for Student Researchers, written to help our Pedagogical Partners.
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