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Digital Pedagogy in Early Modern Studies: Method and Praxis Coming Soon

The essays in this volume focus on teaching at the intersection of early modern literature, book history, and digital media. Contributors from a range of fields — history, literature, general education — showcase how digital scholarship, whether in the classroom or through pedagogical collaboration, can support social knowledge construction and critical thinking. Essays reflect on building projects for and with learners; evaluating the many purposes of digital remediation; and engaging students in public-facing scholarship. This volume provides a snapshot of current thinking on digital pedagogy in early modern studies and offers a series of models that may be adapted, personalized and repurposed by future teachers.

ANDIE SILVA is Assistant Professor of English at York College, CUNY, specializing in early modern literature, book history, and digital humanities pedagogy. Her recent publications include The Brand of Print: Marketing Paratexts in the Early English Book Trade (2019) and articles in Changing English, History of European Ideas, and The Journal of Interactive Teaching and Pedagogy.

SCOTT SCHOFIELD, Associate Professor in the Department of English and Cultural Studies at Huron University College in London, Ontario, is an early modern scholar with expertise in book history, particularly the history of reading and collecting. His publications include articles on Shakespeare, Renaissance private libraries, and the digital book.

The essays in this volume focus on teaching at the intersection of early modern literature, book history, and digital media. Contributors from a range of fields — history, literature, general education — showcase how digital scholarship, whether in the classroom or through pedagogical collaboration, can support social knowledge construction and critical thinking. Essays reflect on building projects for and with learners; evaluating the many purposes of digital remediation; and engaging students in public-facing scholarship. This volume provides a snapshot of current thinking on digital ped...

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book Details

  • Page Count:

    353 pages

  • Publication Year:

    2024

  • Publisher:

    Iter Press
  • Series:

    • New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 10

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