Read about the Kit Marlowe Project’s origins in “‘Seeds together driven’: The Kit Marlowe Project’s Origins and Metamorphoses” published in Interdisciplinary Digital Engagement in Arts & Humanities (IDEAH), Vol. 2.1, 2021, doi.org/10.21428/f1f23564.665a6b94.
Kelsey Rhodes – April 16, 2022 – April 22, 2022
Summary Having already finished transcribing, encoding, and creating the introduction for The Discovery of Witchcraft by Reginald Scot on The Kit Marlowe Project website it left me with little left to accomplish. Therefore, for this week I decided to enhance
Following are the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 syllabi for an interdisciplinary Learning Community entitled “A Rogue’s Progress: Mapping Kit Marlowe’s Social Networks.” These proto-digital humanities classes were taught at Stonehill College and trace a trajectory of exploratory pedagogy that
KMP Events & Publications
Here you’ll find posts about Kit Marlowe Project-related special events and publications. Return to About The Kit Marlowe Project is directed by Kristen Abbott Bennett and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Kit Marlowe Project Contributions
Following are sample assignments that have been used to help students generate original scholarship suitable for publication here on The Kit Marlowe Project, but may be adapted to suit other student-driven digital resources. Please note that all of the foregoing
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon
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,
CURAH: “Kit Marlowe Project is built by Undergraduates”
In Fall 2018, Ian F. MacInnes of the Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research interviewed Project Founder, Kristen Abbott Bennett. Please click here to read the full article! Return to About The Kit Marlowe Project is
Which Henry VI Part One Character Are You? Quiz
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Henry VI Part 1 – Shakespeare’s Globe (2012)
Nikita Milivojević’s stage adaptation, translated from Serbian to English by Zoran Paunović, and part of the 2012 Globe to Globe Festival, was performed by the National Theatre in Association with Laza Kostic Fund, from Belgrade, Serbia. Starring Hadzi Nenad Maricic
The First Part of Henry VI – BBC (1983)
Jane Howell’s (Screenplay, Class Act) adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Henry VI, Part I, stars Peter Benson (Heartbeat) as the titular King Henry VI, Brenda Blethyn (Pride & Prejudice) as Joan La Pucelle, and Julia Foster (The Loneliness of the Long
Assignments and Tip Sheets
Please note that all of the foregoing teaching resources have been authored and should be cited accordingly. The Kit Marlowe Project by Kristen Abbott Bennett is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Post-Launch Reflections: May 2018
Joining students in metacognitive reflection The issue of open access is quite possibly my biggest takeaway of this course..Information is something that shouldn’t be limited. Making knowledge accessible to all is so important and interesting from an ethical perspective.
Works Web Exhibits Assignment
Kristen Abbott Bennett Rogues Progress Works Assignment Spring 2018 Creating Web Exhibits for Kit Marlowe’s Works Project Due: 3/15/18 Each group will be assigned one of Christopher Marlowe’s works. Your first step will be to research the publication, performance,
Editing the Bibliography
EDITING THE GENERAL RESOURCES BIBLIOGRAPHY IN WORD PRESS The editing process is straightforward: you may click on the entry and see the citation. When you are logged in to the site, you will have an option to edit. Before making
Credits: Spring 2018
The Spring 2018 “Rogues” worked collaboratively in the same groups throughout the semester. Instructors: Kristen Abbott Bennett, Scott Hamlin TA: Rowan Pereira (Stonehill ’19) Web Support: Amanda Beauregard (Fellow, Digital Innovation Lab, Stonehill ’18) Graphic Design: Jonathan Letourneau (Fellow, Digital