New Research Resources, Teaching TEI on Zoom, and Fall 2020 Project Intern Research Resources Just prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shift to remote teaching in Spring 2020, Kit Marlowe Project Assistant Andrew Jeromski (Framingham State University ’19, G
KMP Project Assistant Andrew Jeromski (Framingham ’19; G ’21) has transcribed, edited, and encoded the two prefatory epistles to Thomas Newman’s 1591 edition of Sir Phillip Sidney’s Astrophel & Stella using Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) guidelines. This transcription was prepared
Bennett, Kristen Abbott and Andrew Jeromski. “’The Glory of Our Sexe’: Elizabeth I and Early Modern Women Writers.” Women Writers in Context, The Women Writers Project, Northeastern University, May 2020, wwp.northeastern.edu/context/#bennett.glory.xml.
After looking at all the different study guides, we’ve concluded that these guides are not helpful for understanding character analysis. Many leave out helpful information that students need to fully understand the specific character in any meaningful way, and they
Online study guides are beneficial tools for those wanting general background knowledge about a literary work, but they fail to provide nuanced analysis. While using online study guides can provide superficial knowledge and analysis, one must have a “buyer beware”
Villeponteaux, Marie. “‘Not as Women Wonted be’: Spenser’s Amazon Queen.” Dissing Elizabeth: negative representations of Gloriana. Edited by Julia Walker, Duke University Press, 1998, pp. 209-226.