Hi everyone! Please drop in to the soft launch of the most recent pages on the English 500 graduate student digital library exhibit, Movable Type: Print Material in Special Collections, on Thursday 29 March at 9-10am in the departmental meeting room (Cle C344).
Students will be giving demos of their material:
- Chase Templet on Sir Walter Ralegh’s The History of the World(1614)
- Ashley Howard on John Donne’s Biathanatos (1648)
- Gennie Kirk on A Collection of Plays Performed at the Theatres Royal in London and Dublin (1764-1801)
- Jordan Erlendson on James Cook’s Voyage to the Pacific Ocean(1784)
- Kate Fralick on The Strand Magazine (1891-1950)
- Kailey Fukushima on The Girl’s Own Paper: Supplementary Volume (1915)
- Tyler Fontenot on BLAST: The War Number (1915)
- Carly Cumpstone on the Castle of Frankenstein (1962-1975)
- Talia Greene on Heresies Magazine (1977-1993)
- Graham Boldt on The Play of Pericles, Prince of Tyre (Barbarian Press, 2010)
Hope to see you there to celebrate this impressive graduate student collections-based research using the Omeka digital exhibit platform, which builds on student work from the previous year’s cohort.
Some of the students will also be presenting their material at a Treasures and Tea event, organised by Special Collections, on Wednesday 4 April at 1-3pm in the Special Collections seminar room.