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John Wall John Wall wrote on May 2, 2022 at 10:31 am
I propose you add to your list of websites the umbrella site called The Virtual John Donne Project This site links links users to the Virtual St Paul's Cathedral Project , the Virtual Paul's Cross Project , and the Virtual Trinity Chapel Project . These sites use digital modeling technology to enable users to experience recreations of worship and preaching as events that unfold in real time and in the spaces of their original performance in and around St Paul's Cathedral during the early 17th century.
Liam Semler Liam Semler wrote on January 10, 2019 at 2:15 am
Great work Kristen and team and students!
Warmest wishes for the ongoing success of your site.
Martin Mueller Martin Mueller wrote on September 8, 2018 at 12:13 am
You have a very a handsome site, and we share an interest in engaging undergraduates in collaborative work on Early Modern Drama. The site has Marlowe's plays in enriched and partially corrected versions of the TCP transcriptions. But none of these transcriptions has been fully proofread, and there are probably quite a few errors lurking in the standardized spellings that accompany the original spellings. So if some of your students want to help with licking those texts into final shape that would be great.
Kristen Bennett Kristen Bennett wrote on April 10, 2018 at 9:59 am
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Colleen Kennedy Colleen Kennedy wrote on April 9, 2018 at 12:59 pm
Thank you all for this wonderful resource for teaching the works, texts, and cultural background of Christopher Marlowe! From the family tree to the choose-your-own-adventure, and from the encyclopedic entries of his contemporaries to various debates on Marlowe’s scandalous service for the queen and untimely death, this is the perfect resource for students in British Literature I survey who always want to learn more about Marlowe.