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Elisa Tersigni
 
 
 
Elisa Tersigni is the [https://humanities.utoronto.ca/clir-digital-humanities-postdoctoral-fellow-elisa-tersigni CLIR Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow] at the Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto. She holds a PhD in English and Book History & Print Culture from the University of Toronto. She was the Digital Research Fellow for ''Before 'Farm to Table': Early Modern Foodways and Cultures'' from 2018–2011, during which time she was project manager for the development of the corpus of [[Recipe books at the Folger Shakespeare Library|manuscript recipe books at the Folger Shakespeare Library]].  
 
Elisa Tersigni is the [https://humanities.utoronto.ca/clir-digital-humanities-postdoctoral-fellow-elisa-tersigni CLIR Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow] at the Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto. She holds a PhD in English and Book History & Print Culture from the University of Toronto. She was the Digital Research Fellow for ''Before 'Farm to Table': Early Modern Foodways and Cultures'' from 2018–2011, during which time she was project manager for the development of the corpus of [[Recipe books at the Folger Shakespeare Library|manuscript recipe books at the Folger Shakespeare Library]].  
  
 
===Awards===
 
===Awards===
  
* Pantzer New Scholar Award, Bibliographical Society of America (2020)
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*Pantzer New Scholar Award, Bibliographical Society of America (2020)
  
=== Critical Editions ===
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===Critical Editions===
  
* "[http://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ee/upon-the-crown-imperial/ Upon the Crown Imperial]" (Poem 53), The Pulter Project
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*"[http://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ee/upon-the-crown-imperial/ Upon the Crown Imperial" (Poem 53)], ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[http://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ee/upon-the-crown-imperial/#the-crown-imperial-in-the-early-modern-english-imagination The Crown Imperial in the Early Modern English Imagination]", ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[http://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ee/upon-the-crown-imperial/#tears-and-ink Tears and Ink]", ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[https://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ae/the-welcome-1/#0 The Welcom" (Poem 19)], ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[https://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ae/the-welcome-1/#bell-tolling Bell Tolling]", ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[https://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ae/the-welcome-1/#personified-death-in-early-modern-art-and-literature The Personification of Death in Early Modern Art and Literature]", ''The Pulter Project''
  
 
===Exhibitions===
 
===Exhibitions===
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*[https://emroc.hypotheses.org/2687 Code Makers: The Hidden Labour Behind the Folger Shakespeare Library's Recipe Book Corpus]
 
*[https://emroc.hypotheses.org/2687 Code Makers: The Hidden Labour Behind the Folger Shakespeare Library's Recipe Book Corpus]
 
*[https://emroc.hypotheses.org/2681 Code Breakers: The Hidden Labour Behind the Folger Shakespeare Library's Recipe Transcriptions]
 
*[https://emroc.hypotheses.org/2681 Code Breakers: The Hidden Labour Behind the Folger Shakespeare Library's Recipe Transcriptions]
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===Publications===
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*"Review of Madeline Bassnet’s Women, Food Exchange, and Governance in Early Modern England." ''Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature'', 38.2, 2019: 448–450.
  
 
===Recipe Recreations===
 
===Recipe Recreations===
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*[https://shakespeareandbeyond.folger.edu/2018/11/09/savory-biscuits-from-a-17th-century-recipe/ Savory Biscuits from a 17th-Century recipe], with Jack B. Bouchard
 
*[https://shakespeareandbeyond.folger.edu/2018/11/09/savory-biscuits-from-a-17th-century-recipe/ Savory Biscuits from a 17th-Century recipe], with Jack B. Bouchard
  
===Presentations===
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===Presentations and Invited Talks===
  
*"[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ISEj6u_w5I&list=PLJLwjPnkjfIMItlZMMb_AjQeTXIlc6FKJ&index=8 From Aqua Mirabilis to Spice: Muslim and Jewish Influences in Early Modern English Recipes]," ''Food and the Book 1300-1800'' (October 2020)
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*"[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ISEj6u_w5I&list=PLJLwjPnkjfIMItlZMMb_AjQeTXIlc6FKJ&index=8 From Aqua Mirabilis to Spice: Muslim and Jewish Influences in Early Modern English Recipes]," ''Food and the Book 1300-1800,'' Newberry Library (October 2020)
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*"Digital Resources for Early Modernists: Feminist Bibliography and Manuscript Recipe Books," Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Ohio State University, September 2020.
 
*"[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM40By7GYj8 Two Sides of the Same Book: The Creation and Use of Early Modern English Receipt Books]," Annual Meeting of the Bibliographical Society of America (January 2020)
 
*"[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM40By7GYj8 Two Sides of the Same Book: The Creation and Use of Early Modern English Receipt Books]," Annual Meeting of the Bibliographical Society of America (January 2020)
*[https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=441184333363060&ref=watch_permalink Woolley Week: New Discoveries in the Life and Work of a 17th-century Woman Writer], (May 2019)
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*[https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=441184333363060&ref=watch_permalink Woolley Week: New Discoveries in the Life and Work of a 17th-century Woman Writer], Folger Shakespeare Library (May 2019)
  
 
===Media===
 
===Media===
  
 
*[https://www.cassidycash.com/episode-64-before-farm-to-table-with-elisa-tersigni/ Episode 64: Elisa Tersigni and the History of Cookery, Kitchens, and Food in Shakespeare], ''That Shakespeare Life'' (July 2019)
 
*[https://www.cassidycash.com/episode-64-before-farm-to-table-with-elisa-tersigni/ Episode 64: Elisa Tersigni and the History of Cookery, Kitchens, and Food in Shakespeare], ''That Shakespeare Life'' (July 2019)

Latest revision as of 16:32, 8 January 2022

Elisa Tersigni is the CLIR Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow at the Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto. She holds a PhD in English and Book History & Print Culture from the University of Toronto. She was the Digital Research Fellow for Before 'Farm to Table': Early Modern Foodways and Cultures from 2018–2011, during which time she was project manager for the development of the corpus of manuscript recipe books at the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Awards

  • Pantzer New Scholar Award, Bibliographical Society of America (2020)

Critical Editions

Exhibitions

Scholarly Blog Posts

Publications

  • "Review of Madeline Bassnet’s Women, Food Exchange, and Governance in Early Modern England." Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, 38.2, 2019: 448–450.

Recipe Recreations

Presentations and Invited Talks

Media