On marking up Henry VIII

This week I submitted the F1 old-spelling transcription of Henry VIII to ISE. To be specific, I submitted a light mark-up to an already thorough one undertaken by ISE’s research assistants. All of the hardcore TEI had already been done (character id’s, line numbering, indication of long s’s, and much more); I was responsible for going through the file, adding stage directions and props, identifying verse or prose mode where I could, things like that.…

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Longer than a Tweet, Shorter than a Post

It’s been a strange few months. Flying back last night from an Open Annotation conference I realized that I’ve really struggled with how to represent myself on this site. I’ve used it mainly as vehicle to articulate teaching experiences and some research work – but I’ve been very conscious of treading carefully due to being on the job market. My hope is that the space will be one where I can consider larger research questions…

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The Quick Write and the Coke Machine …

… or, How I Learned to Love the Google Doc This semester the subject of my English 1102 course is “The Rhetoric of Digital Media and Interaction Design.” I’ve wanted to teach this for a while: not only does it allow me to flex my DH muscles in a way I haven’t in the last few semesters, but I also believe there is a real need for Georgia Tech students to understand how and why…

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