Tarlton at RSA

Yesterday morning we ran three panels on digital teaching methods for early modern studies, sponsored by the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies. Great presentations by Michael Ullyot, Tom Lolis, Sarah Neville, Tara Lyons, Jason Boyd, David Stymeist, Patricia Fumerton, Eric Nebeker, and Christine McWebb. We generated some good discussion and I got to talk about My boy Tarlton. I’ll post more info later, but it was particularly gratifying to hear another speaker in an…

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To’ings and Fro’ings

Successfully avoiding marking essays today by: 1) Writing frantically – REED article, ISE proposal, RSA presentation. 2) Applying a new theme to the blog (tired of the dark brown background). 3) Adding a new tagline: “Study as if you were to live forever; live as if you were to die tomorrow.” Ascribed to St. Edmund of Abingdon. Truer words and all that. 4) Updating The Tarlton Project blog with “Talking About Tarlton” post. 5) Squeeing to be included in…

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