The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0163 Tuesday, 25 January 2000.
Date: Monday, 24 Jan 2000 09:31:55 -0800
Subject: January issue now available.
Early Modern Literary Studies
(http://purl.oclc.org/emls/05-3/05-3toc.htm) is pleased to announce the
launch of its January issue, a special issue on Renaissance Literary
Studies and Humanities Computing guest-edited by R.G. Siemens and David
R. Shore. Articles include
'Iter: Where Does the Path Lead?' (William R. Bowen, University of
'A Study of Early Music on CD-ROM'
(Susan Forscher Weiss and Ichiro Fujinaga),
'The Janus-Face of Early Modern Literary Studies: Negotiating the
Boundaries of Interactivity in an Electronic Journal for the Humanities'
(Paul Dyck, University of Alberta, R.G. Siemens, Malaspina University
College, Jennifer Lewin, Yale University, and Joanne Woolway Grenfell,
Oriel College, Oxford),
'Reinventing Rare Books: The "Virtual Furness Shakespeare Library" at
the University of Pennsylvania'
(Rebecca Bushness, University of Pennsylvania),
'The Web and the Book: The Memorial Electronic Edition of Andrea
Alciato's Book of Emblems' (Mark Feltham, University of Western Ontario,
and William Barker, Memorial University),
'"How shall I measure out thy bloud?", or, "Weening is not measure":
TACT, Herbert, and Sacramental Devotion in the Electronic Temple'
(Robert Whalen, University of Toronto), and
'Hell and Hypertext Hath No Limits: Electronic Texts and the Crises in
(Hilary J. Binda, Tufts University).
There is also the usual complement of book and theatre reviews.
Editor, Early Modern Literary Studies