List of primary sourcebooks for the college classroom

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The primary sourcebooks for the college classroom are web resources created by Folger scholars. Most of these websites grew out of Summer Institutes for College and University Teachers that were funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. We invite you to explore the digital images, interpretive essays, bibliographies, pedagogical exercises, and discussion prompts for your own research and classroom.

Archived List and Links: Primary Sourcebooks

From the Globe to the Global, Michael Neill

Ritual and Ceremony, Claire Sponsler

A Manuscript Miscellany, Steven May

Experience and Experiment, Pamela O. Long & Pamela H. Smith

Redefining the Sacred in Early Modern England, Richard McCoy

Sites of Cultural Stress, David Cressy & Lori Anne Ferrell

Shakespeare in American Education, A Spring 2007 Conference

The Founding of Jamestown in its Atlantic Context, Karen Ordahl Kupperman

Habits of Reading, Steven Zwicker

Shakespeare in an Age of Visual Culture, Bruce R. Smith