Janelle Jenstad. “The Stratford, Ontario, Festival 2002: A Canadian’s Overview.” Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship 21.2 (2003): 48-50. 3100 words. Invited.
Janelle Jenstad. “Lying-in like a Countess: The Lisle Letters, the Cecil Family, and A Chaste Maid in Cheapside.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 34 (2004): 373-403. 14,000 words.
Janelle Jenstad. “Queens, Queans, and Shrews: A Canadian’s Overview of the 2003 Stratford, Ontario, Festival.” Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship 22.1 (2004): 51-55. 2500 words. Invited.
Janelle Jenstad and Erin E. Kelly. “A Curatorial Model for Teaching Renaissance Book History.” Renaissance and Reformation 37.4 (2015): 81-100.
Brett D. Hirsch and Janelle Jenstad. “Beyond the Text: Digital Editions and Performance.” Shakespeare Bulletin 34.1 (2016): 107-27.
Janelle Jenstad, Kim McLean-Fiander, and Kate McPherson. “The MoEML Pedagogical Partnership Program.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 11.3 (2017): Para. 1-47.
Janelle Jenstad. “The Burse and the Merchant’s Purse: Coin, Credit, and the Nation in Heywood’s 2 If You Know Not Me You Know Nobody.” Elizabethan Theatre XV. Ed. C. E. McGee and A. L. Magnusson. Toronto: P. D. Meany, 2002. 181-202. 9250 words. Invited.
Janelle Jenstad. “Public Glory, Private Gilt: The Goldsmiths’ Company and the Spectacle of Punishment.” Institutional Culture in Early Modern Society. Ed. Anne Goldgar and Robert Frost, with afterwords by Keith Wrightson and Anthony Grafton. Leiden: Brill, 2004. 191-217. 9050 words.
Janelle Jenstad, Peter Lichtenfels, and Lynne Magnusson. “Text and Voice.” Shakespeare, Language and the Stage. The Fifth Wall: Approaches to Shakespeare from Criticism, Performance and Theatre Studies. Ed. Lynette Hunter and Peter Lichtenfels. London: Arden, 2005. 10-37. 12,000 words.
Janelle Jenstad. “Paper, Linen, Sheets: Dinesen’s ‘The Blank Page’ and Desdemona’s Handkerchief.” Approaches to Teaching Othello Ed. Peter Erickson and Maurice Hunt. New York: Modern Language Association, 2005. 194-201. 3600 words.
Janelle Jenstad. “Smock Secrets: Birth and Women’s Mysteries on the Early Modern Stage.” Performing Maternity in Early Modern England. Ed. Katherine Moncrief and Kathryn McPherson. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007. 87-99. 6300 words.
Janelle Jenstad. “Using Early Modern Maps in Literary Studies: Views and Caveats from London.” New Directions in the Geohumanities: Art, Text, and History at the Edge of Place. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson. New York: Routledge, 2011. 112-119. 3500 words. Invited.
Janelle Jenstad. “Restoring Place to the Digital Archive: The Map of Early Modern London.” Approaches to Teaching Early Modern Literature from the Archives. Ed. Heidi Brayman Hackel and Ian Frederick Moulton. New York: Modern Language Association, 2015. 101-112.
Janelle Jenstad. “Building a Gazetteer for Early Modern London, 1550-1650.” Placing Names: Enriching and Integrating Gazetteers. Ed. Merrick Lex Berman, Ruth Mostern, and Humphrey Southall. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2016. 129-145.
Diane Jakacki and Janelle Jenstad. “Mapping Toponyms in Early Modern Plays with the Map of Early Modern London and Internet Shakespeare Editions Projects: A Case Study in Interoperability.” Early Modern Studies and the Digital Turn. Ed. Laura Estill, Diane Jakacki, and Michael Ullyot. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance, 2016. 237-258.
Janelle Jenstad and Joseph Takeda. “Making the RA Matter: Pedagogy, Interface, and Practices.” Making Things and Drawing Boundaries. Ed. Jentery Sayers. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P. 71-85.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
Martin Holmes, Janelle Jenstad, and Cameron Butt. “Encoding historical dates correctly: is it practical, and is it worth it?” Digital Humanities 2013 Conference Abstracts. Lincoln, NB: Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, 2013. 216-218.
Martin Holmes and Janelle Jenstad. “Practical Interoperability: The Map of Early Modern London and the Internet Shakespeare Editions.” Digital Humanities 2013 Conference Abstracts. Lincoln, NB: Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, 2013. 218-221.
Janelle Jenstad, Kim McLean-Fiander, Greg Newton, and Martin Holmes. “How to Edit a Map in TEI.” DH 2015 Global Digital Humanities. Brisbane. http://dh2015.org/abstracts/.
Other Publications (including Reviews and Reports)
Janelle Auriol Jenstad. “‘The Gouldesmythes Storehowse’: Early Evidence for Specialisation.” The Silver Society Journal 10 (1998): 40-43. 3000 words. Invited.
Janelle Jenstad. “ACCUTE and the Professional Skills Graduate Course.” Guest Column for ACCUTE Newsletter, June 2002. 7-8. 775 words.
Review of Henry VI: Revenge in France and Henry VI: Revolt in England (Tom Patterson Theatre, Stratford Festival of Canada, 2002). Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship2 (2003): 52-53. 2350 words.
Review of Richard III (Avon Theatre, Stratford Festival of Canada, 2002). Shakespeare Bulletin: A Journal of Performance Criticism and Scholarship2 (2003): 53-54. 1225 words.
Review of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Festival Theatre, Stratford Festival of Canada, 2004). Shakespeare Bulletin1 (2005): 153-55. 1025 words.
Janelle Jenstad and Erin E. Kelly. “Shaking up the Collections.” Torch: The University of Victoria Alumni Magazine. Autumn 2013. 35-36. Invited.
Janelle Jenstad and Kevin Quarmby. Editorial. Scene Issue 2017.1.