Difference between revisions of "Elisa Tersigni"

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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''
 
*"[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''
 
*"[http://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ee/upon-the-crown-imperial/#tears-and-ink Tears and Ink]", ''The Pulter Project''
 
*"[http://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ee/upon-the-crown-imperial/#tears-and-ink Tears and Ink]", ''The Pulter Project''
*"The Welcom" (Poem 19), ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[https://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ae/the-welcome-1/#0 The Welcom" (Poem 19)], ''The Pulter Project''
*"Bell Tolling", ''The Pulter Project''
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*"[https://pulterproject.northwestern.edu/poems/ae/the-welcome-1/#bell-tolling Bell Tolling]", ''The Pulter Project''
*"The Personification of Death in Early Modern Art and Literature", ''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===

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