Papers, Presentations, and Guest Lectures

  1. Seminar paper. Gold-ends and Play-ends: The Eco-gnomics of Goldsmithing in Eastward Ho!” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. 1997.
  2. Paper. “‘The precious jewel that he holds so dear’: Desire, Value, and Exchange in A Woman Killed with Kindness.” ACCUTE. St. John’s, NF. 1997.
  3. Paper. “Defending England’s Royal Exchange: Nationalism and Commerce in Heywood’s 2 If You Know Not Me You Know Nobody.” 16th International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre. Waterloo, ON. 1997.
  4. Paper. “Subliminal History: Stonehenge and the Reign of Terror in Frances Burney’s The Wanderer.” Women and Literary History Conference. University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB. 1997.
  5. Lecture. “Goldsmiths on Page and Stage in Early Modern London.” Renaissance Decorative Arts and Culture 1400-1650 Research Seminar Series. Victoria and Albert Museum. 1997.
  6. Panelist. Pericles in Motion Panel Discussion. Department of Drama, Queen’s University. 1998.
  7. Paper. “‘The city cannot hold you’: A Chaste Maid in Cheapside and Mercantile Migration.” Joint Session of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English and the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies. Ottawa, ON. 1998.
  8. Address. Commencement address. Sempar School. Kingston. 1999.
  9. Paper. “Public Glory, Private Gilt: The Goldsmiths’ Company and Strategies of Theatrical Containment.” Institutional Culture in Early Modern Europe: Histories and Anthropologies. King’s College, University of London. 1999.
  10. Lecture. “Pageant Books in Early Modern London.” Humanities Research Group. University of Windsor. 2001.
  11. Lecture. “The Merchant of Venice: A Play for Our Time?” Table Talk at Stratford Festival of Canada. 2001.
  12. Lecture. “Pageant Books in Early Modern London.” Humanities Research Group. University of Windsor. 2001.
  13. Seminar paper. “Institutional Uses of Pageantry: The Case of the Goldsmiths.” Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Minneapolis. 2002.
  14. Address. “Curricular Revisions.” Bridging the Double Cohort conference, University of Windsor. 23 April 2002.
  15. Paper. “‘Smock-secrets’: Birth and Women’s Mysteries On and Off the Early Modern Stage.” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. Toronto. 2002.
  16. Lecture. “Wordplay and Swordplay in Romeo and Juliet.” Table Talk at Stratford Festival of Canada. 2002.
  17. Address. “Teaching the Historical Staging of King Lear and Romeo and Juliet.” Shakespeare Revisioned: Twenty-First Annual Teachers’ Conference, Avon-Maitland District School Board/Stratford Festival of Canada, Stratford, Ontario. 2002.
  18. Response. “Language, Text, and Voice” (response to Lynne Magnusson and Peter Lichtenfels). The Fifth Wall Research Seminar. Globe Theatre, London. 2002.
  19. Lecture. “Romeo and Juliet in Performance.” Brown Bag Lecture, Humanities Research Group. University of Windsor. 2002.
  20. Panel presentation. “Labouring in the Mind: Shakespeare, Class, and Culture.” Labour Arts Festival, Windsor, Ontario. 2003.
  21. Seminar paper. The Merchant, the Moneylender, their Lawyer, and her Clerk: Recasting Usury in The Merchant of Venice.” Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Victoria, BC. 2003.
  22. Lecture. “Framing the Taming: The Shrew and its Settings.” Table Talk at Stratford Festival of Canada. 2003.
  23. Lecture. Pre-show Lecture on The Taming of the Shrew (dir. Alisa Palmer). Phoenix Theatre, Victoria, BC. 2003.
  24. Seminar paper. “‘I will lead them up and down’ (and inward and outward): Editing Romeo and Juliet for the Jacobethan Amphitheatre Stage.” Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans. 2004.
  25. Lecture. “Rich Man, Poor Man, Big Man, Thief.” Table Talk on Timon of Athens at Stratford Festival of Canada. 2004.
  26. Paper. “Mapping Early Modern London: A Hypertext Atlas Project.” City Limits? The European City, 1400-1900. Winnipeg, MB. 2004.
  27. Address. “Applying for Post-Graduate Education: Why, Where, When, and How.” Address to Golden Key Society, University of Victoria. 2004.
  28. Poster. “The Map of Early Modern London.” Co-authored with Melanie J. Chernyk. Humanities Computing Instructional and Project Showcase. University of Victoria. 2005.
  29. Paper. “Gift Books and Mayoral Pageantry in Early Modern London.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Cambridge, UK. 2005.
  30. Response. Respondent for “New Technologies and Renaissance Studies VII: Working with Early Modern Electronic Texts” panel. Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting. Cambridge, UK. 2005.
  31. Address. “Applying for Post-Graduate Education: Why, Where, When, and How.” Address to Golden Key Society, University of Victoria. 2005.
  32. Paper. “The Map of Early Modern London: Navigating the World We Have Lost.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, San Francisco. 2006.
  33. Roundtable. “Fishbowl” on Teaching Squares. 2006 Teaching and Learning Conference: “Student Engagement: The Foundation of Successful Student Learning,” University of Victoria. 2006.
  34. Paper. “Gift Books and Urban Ideology in Early Modern London.” Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture, Toronto, ON. 2006.
  35. Seminar paper. “‘Alas, poor . . . Phineas?’ Local Hamlets in Janet Munsil’s That Elusive Spark.” Seminar paper for the Eighth World Shakespeare Congress, Brisbane, Australia. July 2006. (I submitted the paper and completed the seminar assignments, but was not able to attend the conference due to pregnancy.) 2006.
  36. Paper. “‘Alas, poor . . . Phineas?’ Looking for Hamlet in Janet Munsil’s That Elusive Spark.” English Department Faculty Colloquium, University of Victoria. 2006.
  37. Lecture. Pre-show Lecture on Richard III (dir. Giles Hogya). Phoenix Theatre, Victoria, B.C. 2006.
  38. Paper. “Scripting the Brotherhood: Guild Records and Mayoral Pageantry in Early Modern London.” Early Modern Discussion Group, University of Victoria. 2006.
  39. Poster. “The Map of Early Modern London.” Humanities Computing Instructional and Project Showcase. University of Victoria. 2007.
  40. Guest lecture. Session Speaker (with Stewart Arneil, Humanities Computing and Media Centre). “Interface Design for Humanities Visualization” course at Digital Humanities Summer Institute, University of Victoria. 2007.
  41. Paper. “From Digitizing a Map to Digital Mapping.” Modern Language Association (MLA Discussion Group on Computers in Language and Literature), Chicago. 2007.
  42. Address. “Getting Published.” Graduate Student Writing Retreat. University of Victoria. 2008.
  43. Lecture. “Reading Early Modern Maps.” Research Collective in Book Culture, University of Victoria. 2008.
  44. Poster. “Multi-Section Moodle: Managing Two Sections of a Shakespeare Course.” Moodle Showcase, University of Victoria. 2008.
  45. Video. “Students Moodle!” Moodle Showcase, University of Victoria. With Emma Moray, Ryann McQuarrie-Salik, and Vivian Schaap (students in English 366C). 2008.
  46. Paper. “Making War, Making Gender, Making Meaning: Theatrical Technologies and Exigencies in Jeanette Lambermont’s 2001 Henry V at Stratford, Ontario.” ACCUTE, Vancouver, BC. 2008.
  47. Address. “Map of Early Modern London: Project Demonstration and Reflections.” “New Directions in Digital Humanities Scholarship” Symposium. Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) and Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2009.
  48. Paper. “The Widow’s ‘bookes of debt’: Regendering the Usurer in The Merchant of Venice and A New Wonder, A Woman Never Vexed.” Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 2009.
  49. Lecture. “Couplings and Doublings in the Forest of Arden.” Inaugural Opening Night Lecture for Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre. McPherson Playhouse, Victoria, B.C. 2009.
  50. Lecture. “No Encoding Experience Required.” Peak Profs Guest Speaker. Peak UVic Program. University of Victoria. 2009.
  51. Lecture. “Shakespeare’s Experiment in Comi-Tragedy.” Romeo and Juliet (dir. Brian Richmond). Phoenix Theatre, Victoria, BC. 2009.
  52. Address. “When, Why, and Where to Enter Academic Conversation,” Graduate Student Summit. University of Victoria. 2010.
  53. Microtalk. “Reading Early Printed Books in the Digital Environment.” Microtalk at the TRUTH Symposium. University of Victoria. 2010.
  54. Paper. “‘Skies that Frowne’: Edward Barkham and the Drapers’ Company Show of 1621.” Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, Victoria, BC. 2010.
  55. Presentation. “Teaching with The Map of Early Modern London.” Professional Development Day for High School Teachers. Held in conjunction with the Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference. 2010.
  56. Demonstration. “The Map of Early Modern London.” English Department Faculty Colloquium, University of Victoria. 2010.
  57. Paper. “‘Our devices for that solemne and Iouiall daye’: Collaboration in the Making of the Early Modern Lord Mayor’s Show.” Collaborative paper with Tracey Hill (Bath Spa University). North American Conference on British Studies, Baltimore. 2010.
  58. Seminar paper. “Georeferencing the Mayoral Shows: The Peripatetic Edition.” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Bellevue, WA. 2011.
  59. THATCamp. Participated in seven sessions, four of which I chaired. Victoria, BC. 2011.
  60. Talk. “Mapping Public Spaces in Early Modern London.” ETCL brown bag speaker series. 2011.
  61. Talk. “Selden’s Of the Judicature in the Köster Collection.” Pre-Digital Books Research Collective. 2011.
  62. Paper. “John Taylor and the Cosmographic Text.” Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, Spokane, WA. 2011.
  63. Paper. “Paternal Infanticide in Early Modern Pamphlets.” Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, France. 2011.
  64. Lecture. “Mapping the Literary Culture of Early Modern London.” Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier, France. 2011.
  65. Roundtable. “Mobilizing Student Scholarship for The Map of Early Modern London.” For “Building Digital Humanities in the Undergraduate Classroom: An Electronic Roundtable.” MLA, Seattle, WA. 2012.
  66. Lecture. “Digital Streetscapes and the Local Texts of Early Modern London, or Why The Map of Early Modern London is a Database and not a Map.” With Martin Holmes. Keynote Address in Computer Science IdeaFest Event. 2012.
  67. Talk. “The Pleasures and Perils of Starting a DH project.” ETCL Nuts and Bolts of DH Discussion Group. 2012.
  68. Address. “The Pleasures and Perils of Starting a DH Project: Reflections on Gender, Work, and Tenure from an Accidental Digital Humanist.” Keynote Address. Humanities Computing Conference. University of Alberta. 2012.
  69. Paper. “Applying New Tools to Old Words: Assignments for Shakespeare Students.” Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Boston. 2012.
  70. Talk. “For the Love of Books: Selections from the Dr. Pat Köster Book Collection.” Pre-Digital Books Research Collective. 2012.
  71. Paper. “Re-Placing the Book: Preparing a Geo-text of the Mayoral Shows.” Beyond Accessibility Conference (INKE), Victoria, BC. 2012.
  72. Lectures. Preshow lectures for As You Like It. Victoria Shakespeare Society. 2012.
  73. Brief address and slide show. Inside Opera. Victoria, BC. 2012.
  74. Lecture. “Macbeth and Music.” Private lecture for library donors. University of Victoria. 2012.
  75. Talk. Talk and Guided Tour of the Macbeth and Music 2012.
  76. Lecture. “Adaptations of Macbeth.” Pre-Show talk at Pacific Opera Victoria production of Verdi’s Macbeth. 2012.
  77. Paper. “What is the quality of mercy, or, Why editors need to transmit opacity.” Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, Abbotsford, BC. 2012.
  78. Address. “Mapping the Literature of Early Modern London.” Keynote address. English Language Centre, University of Victoria. 2012.
  79. Invited Address. “Looking for the Forest in XML Trees, or, Where’s London in the Map of Early Modern London?” Inaugural George Washington University Digital Humanities Symposium. 2013.
  80. Lecture. “‘The Mysterie of Saint Dunstan’: Medieval and Early Modern Goldsmiths in London.” Stories of Gold. 26th Annual Medieval Workshop. University of Victoria Continuing Studies. 2013.
  81. Lecture. “Walking Shakespeare’s London.” IdeaFest 2013. University of Victoria. 2013.
  82. Seminar paper. “Notes Towards a Critical Edition of the Agas Map of London.” Seminar paper for the Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Toronto. 2013.
  83. Paper. “Georeferencing the Agas Map.” Renaissance Studies and New Technologies. Renaissance Society of America. San Diego. 2013.
  84. Roundtable. Renaissance Studies and New Technologies V: Roundtable, Toronto Renaissance Reformation Colloquium at the RSA. San Diego. 2013.
  85. Roundtable. “New Directions in Early Modern Performance Studies.” Congress, ACCUTE. Victoria, BC. 2013.
  86. Roundtable. “Where Service, Pedagogy, and Research Meet: Curating Exhibits of Rare Books.” “Teaching the History of the Book” Roundtable. Congress, Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture. Victoria, BC. 2013.
  87. Paper. “Versioning John Stow’s A Survey of London, or, What’s New in 1618 and 1633?” Congress, Bibliographical Society of Canada. Victoria, BC. 2013.
  88. Co-authored paper. Holmes, Martin, and Janelle Jenstad. “Practical Interoperability: The Map of Early Modern London and the Internet Shakespeare Editions.” DH2013. Lincoln, NB.
  89. Co-authored paper. Holmes, Martin, Janelle Jenstad, Nathan Phillips, Sarah Milligan, and Cameron Butt. “Encoding Historical Dates Correctly: Is it Practical, and is it Worth it?” DH 2013. Lincoln, NB.
  90. Position paper. Workshop on Mapping Geo-Cultural Space: GIS, Spatial Narratives, and Interdisciplinarity, University of Queensland. 2013.
  91. Brief address and slide show. Inside Opera event. McPherson Playhouse. 2013.
  92. Talk and guided tour. “Falstaff and Music.” UVic Special Collections Reading Room. 2013.
  93. Paper. “The Place of Blackfriars in Early Modern London.” Seventh Blackfriars Conference. American Shakespeare Centre, Staunton, VA. 2013.
  94. Lecture. “Networks and Neighbourhoods in Early Modern London.” Catapult Center for Digital Humanities and Computational Analysis, Indiana University. 2013.
  95. Lecture. “‘And now completely finished’: Rebuilding and Expanding The Map of Early Modern London.” ETCL Brown Bag Lecture. 2013.
  96. Presentation. Talk on Thomas Heywood’s Gynāikeion for Pre-Digital Books/IdeaFest. 2014.
  97. Presentation. Pecha Kucha talk with Nathan Phillips and Zaqir Virani. 2014.
  98. Public lecture. Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Speaker (New Horizons series): “Mapping Geo-Cultural Spaces in Early Modern London.” Bucknell University. 2014.
  99. Workshop leader. “Prophets without Honour? Giving and Getting Credit for Digital Scholarship.” Bucknell University. 2014.
  100. Co-authored paper. Janelle Jenstad and Diane Jakacki. “Mapping Toponyms in Early Modern Plays with MoEML and the ISE.” RSA 2014. New York.
  101. Seminar paper. “The Place of the Playhouses in Early Modern London?” Shakespeare Association of America 2014. St. Louis.
  102. Workshop co-leader. “Pedagogical & Publishing Partnerships: When Students Become Contributors.” Let’s Talk about Teaching day. Learning and Teaching Centre, University of Victoria. With Kim McLean-Fiander. 2014.
  103. Sophie Kerr Lecture. “Building a Digital Gazetteer for Shakespeare’s London.” Washington College, Chestertown, MD. Sponsored by the Sophie Kerr Committee, the Center for Environment & Society, and the Geographic Information Systems Program. 2014.
  104. Presentation. “Pedagogical & Publishing Partnerships: An Experiment in Research-Based Learning.” Co-presented with Dr. Kim McLean-Fiander. Senate Committee on Teaching and Learning, University of Victoria. 2014.
  105. Public lecture. “‘Vulgar, yet bizarre and original’: The Long Musical Afterlife of Macbeth’s Witches.” Witches of the West Symposium. University of Victoria. 2015.
  106. Strode Visiting Speaker. “Building a Digital Gazetteer for Shakespeare’s London.” University of Alabama. 2015.
  107. Workshop leader. “Research-Based Learning and DH Projects: MoEML’s Pedagogical Partnership.” Centre for Teaching and Learning. Queen’s University. 2015.
  108. Invited lecture. “Building a Digital Gazetteer of Shakespeare’s London.” Queen’s University. 2015.
  109. Invited lecture. “What’s in a Placename? The Gazetteer of Shakespeare’s London.” Continuing Studies. University of Victoria. 2015.
  110. IdeaFest Panellist. “Original Objects and Original Research: Hands-on Learning with Rare Books and Archives.” University of Victoria. 2015.
  111. Keynote address. “Wayfinding in Shakespeare’s London: MoEML’s Literary GIS and Interactive Map.” Penn State University. 2015.
  112. Workshop. “Mapping in the Humanities Classroom.” Penn State University. Co-leader with Diane Jakacki. 2015.
  113. Panel organizer. Shakespearean Theatre Conference 2015: Language in Text and Performance. “Mark(up) the Play: Best Practices for Digital Tagging of Rhetorical Devices.” Speakers: Cass Morris, Janelle Jenstad, and Michael Ullyot. Stratford, ON. 2015.
  114. Conference paper. “Linked Figures, Overlapping Figures: From Score to Schema for the ISE Merchant.” Shakespearean Theatre Conference 2015: Language in Text and Performance. Stratford, ON. 2015.
  115. Long paper. “How to Edit a Map in TEI.” Co-written by Janelle Jenstad, Kim McLean-Fiander, Greg Newton, and Martin Holmes. DH2015, Sydney, Australia. Presented by Martin Holmes.
  116. Conference paper. Brett D. Hirsch and Janelle Jenstad. “Digital Editions and Performance.” Conference on “Users of Scholarly Editions: Editorial Anticipations of Reading, Studying and Consulting.” European Society for Textual Scholarship. 2015.
  117. Paper. “A Sixteenth-Century ‘Map’ of London? Digitization vs. Digital Edition.” Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference. Vancouver, BC. Co-written with Kim McLean-Fiander. 2015.
  118. Invited Plenary Panellist. “Catch, Tag, and Release.” Paper for “The Great Work Begins: EEBO/ TCP in the Wild,” organized by Jonathan Hope for Shakespeare Association of America in 2016.