Diane Jakacki

Diane K. Jakacki is the Digital Scholarship Coordinator at Bucknell University. Her research interests include digital humanities applications for early modern drama, literature and popular culture, and digital pedagogy theory and praxis. Her current research focuses on sixteenth-century English touring theatre troupes. At Bucknell she collaborates with faculty and students on several regional digital/public humanities projects within Pennsylvania. Publications include a digital edition of King Henry VIII or All is True, essays on A Game at Chess and The Spanish Tragedy and research projects associated with the Map of Early Modern London and the Records of Early English Drama. She is an Assistant Director of and instructor at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, serves on the digital advisory boards for the Map of Early Modern London, Internet Shakespeare Editions, Records of Early English Drama and the Iter Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

Roles played in the project

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