The new issue of College Literature (36.1) is now out: an issue on digital Shakespeare that (finally) includes the article the Canadianshakespeares.ca team co-authored, circa 2004 (when I belonged to it). There’s an object lesson here in the vicissitudes of scholarly publishing, as well as an ironic tension between ‘ageless’ literature and rapidly-obsolescing media; that said, the issue as a whole looks like an interesting report on the digital Humanities in general.
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