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
Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) was born Elizabeth Tudor on September 7, 1533. She was the first daughter of King Henry VIII and only child of his second wife, Anne Boleyn. King Henry had her mother executed when Elizabeth was three
This collection of “how to” videos contains information about how to work in our Word Press site, as well as how to use digital knowledge-bases for scholarly research including the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Digital Image Collection and Digital Anthology of
This slideshow offers an overview of early modern commonplacing, research practices, and sample prompts for students to create multi-media class commonplace books using open-access digital resources. Students’ digital commonplace books offer starting points for generating project contribution ideas from encyclopedia
Searching primary source databases can be tricky primarily because one is working with a combination of historical and modern cataloging conventions. Following are links to research videos that show you how to search the Folger Shakespeare Library’s Digital Image Collection,
The Folger Shakespeare Library hosts a number of digital resources. In this post you’ll find links and descriptions to all of Folger Library’s digital resources as well as links to the Kit Marlowe Project’s tutorial videos for navigating these websites.
About: Six Degrees of Francis Bacon is a digital reconstruction of the early modern social network that scholars and students from all over the world can collaboratively expand, revise, curate, and critique. Unlike published prose, Six Degrees is extensible, collaborative,
Click on the image below to read Henry VI, Part One on the Folger Digital Texts interface. This text has been transcribed, edited, and encoded; it is fully searchable in either original or modernized spellings. Return to Works
Here one may link to the digital anthology of Early Modern English Drama edited edition of the 1594 Massacre at Paris which includes the Death of the Duke of Guise written by Christopher Marlowe. This edition features original and modernized
Here one may link to Early Modern English Drama’s (Folger Shakespeare Library) edited edition of the 1590 Tamburlaine the Great, 1 written by Christopher Marlowe. This edition features original and modernized spelling versions as downloadable PDFs or XML. This text, originally printed by Richard Jones, has
Here one may link to Early Modern English Drama’s (Folger Shakespeare Library) edited edition of the 1594 Dido, Queen of Carthage written by Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Nashe. This edition features original and modernized spelling reading versions, plus downloadable PDFs or XML files.
The Kit Marlowe Project was brought to life by undergraduates enrolled in Stonehill College’s Fall 2017 team-taught Learning Community entitled “A Rogue’s Progress: Mapping Kit Marlowe’s Social Networks.” But our team extended well beyond instructors Kristen Abbott Bennett and Scott Hamlin. We