1993

Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 472.  Saturday, 31 July 1993.
 
From:           Tom Blackburn <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 30 Jul 1993 11:39:21 +0000
Subject: 4.0467  Q: Computers and Shakespeare Studies
Comment:        Re: SHK 4.0467  Q: Computers and Shakespeare Studies
 
>My dissertation work in part involves a consideration of the impact of
>electronic textuality upon Shakespearean scholarship. Consequently, I would be
>extremely grateful to hear from anyone who makes use of computer multimedia in
>their work.  Even a short note would be much appreciated.
 
Jeff,
        With my research assistant Melissa Shaner, I have just completed a
hypercard stack which presents four different rendition of two soliloquies
each from Hamlet and Macbeth in QuickTime movies digitized from video with
Video Spigot and Adobe Premiere software. With the movies the stack takes
more than 200 megabytes, so we have to run it from servers at the moment.
I intend to use the stack in classes and seminars to work on notions of the
relation between script and production choices and on issues of
interpretation as illuminated by those choices.
 
Tom Blackburn, Department of English, Swarthmore College
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