I find myself in a place where I am overwhelmed with good things. My article on A Game at Chess has been accepted by ROMARD for their December 2011 issue. I've been asked to submit an essay to the NTRMS volume on REED. I'm chairing three panels at RSA on Digital Pedagogy and Early Modern Studies. I'm chairing the DHSI 2012 colloquium as well as co-teaching a DHSI course on Digital Pedagogy. I continue to work on imageMAT. I'm working on proposals to edit Henry VIII for ISE and reinforce the connections between the Tarlton Project and REED. This on top of teaching three sections of London City Comedy and an independent study course with two students that ties into the AFI database project. Plus all the Brittain Fellow responsibilities. Not to mention trying to prepare for the job market. Continue reading Prioritizing priorities
Re-reading of McMillin and MacLean's The Queen's Men and their Plays has been yielding significant new questions about The Tarlton Project's direction and content. Not only must I round out the touring section with equal emphasis on documentation of Queen's Men performances at court and in London (not to mention a comparison with references to Tarlton's solo appearances in both places), but I must address in more subtle terms the nature of the troupe's touring practices. Very exciting. Continue reading Tarlton touring post
Over on one of my other blogs, The Tarlton Project, I've posted about my initial observations examining Queen's Men touring data by year, 1583-1588. Please take a look: "More Adventures in Mapping".