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SQ 61.3 (2010): New Media
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 21.0411  Friday, 29 October 2010

From:        Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:        Friday, October 29, 2010        
Subject:     SQ 61.3 (2010): New Media

I was delighted to find that the most recent SQ is a Special Issue devoted to 
Shakespeare and New Media. 

The Table of Contents is as follows:

From the Editor                    
Katherine Rowe

Networks of Deep Impression: Shakespeare and the History of Information
Alan Galey

From "Access" to "Creativity": Shakespeare Institutions, New Media, and the 
Language of Cultural Value	
Kate Rumbold

Unmooring the Moor: Researching and Teaching on YouTube	
Ayanna Thompson

The Hundredth Psalm to the Tune of "Green Sleeves": Digital Approaches to 
Shakespeare's Language of Genre
Jonathan Hope and Michael Witmore

Disciplining Digital Humanities, 2010: Shakespeare's Staging, XMAS, Shakespeare 
Performance in Asia, Shakespeare Quartos Archive, and BardBox
Whitney Anne Trettien

Shakespeare Goes Digital: Three Open Internet Editions
Andrew Murphy

The Roman Tragedies
Christian M. Billing

I have written about or announced many of the sites mentioned in these essays 
(e.g.,; to locate these use the 
SEARCH tool at 

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