...Library]] web collection; ''Folger Shakespeare Library Websites and Social Media ''archives and preserves the Folger’s web presence over time. Learn more
'''Collecting Scope:''' Websites and social media sites from the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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...c and statistics related to the tag paint an interesting picture of social media interactions surrounding the birthday on Twitter.
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...ory, and serves on the board of advisors for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at George Mason University. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Marin
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:[[Media:Armitage.pdf|The Foundations of Modern International Thought, 1494–1713]]
: [[Media:Brooks.pdf|The Legal and Cultural Worlds of the Early Modern Inns of Court]
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...re lots for which the Folger was high bidder were announced through social media on the evening of the last day of the sale.
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...twcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Ehashtag #ColorOurCollections] is a week-long social media event during which libraries and archives from around the world share image
...Illustrations] project. Don't forget to share your work with us on social media!
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...others? What historically specific needs does a given genre fulfill? What social, economic, and political tensions does lit articulate and address? What gen
...ked why these dramatic "kinds" flourished when they did and considered the social conflicts embodied in and managed by them.
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...special reference to the Lucretius translation); self-identification with social groups (gentry and otherwise) and the interplay with gender identity; ideol
:[[:Media:HutchinsonSeminarNorbrookSyllabus.pdf|Lucy Hutchinson and the Cultures, Pol
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...ions in notational and symbol systems literally underwrote other cultural, social, economic, and political changes. They produced growing awareness that by a
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...ur presence lives. Below is a listing of Folger digital properties, social media identities, and online projects. Folgerpedia is part of the Folgersphere, w
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...rthermore, “displacement” models of human communication (the idea that one media form displaces, rather than transforms another), though widely acknowledged
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...y Websites and Social Media|Folger Shakespeare Library Websites and Social Media]] ===
...e over time. The collection includes all Folger domains, blogs, and social media profiles. Seeds in this collection are crawled for new content on a quarter
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...informal pictures of the building and grounds, and to share them on social media. Occasionally, however, loan items in exhibitions cannot be photographed be
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...available all day to answer questions. You can also participate on social media using #FolgerTranscribes.
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...rogram. It assembled an international panel of speakers from the fields of social, intellectual, urban, and agrarian history; from archaeology and cultural a
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...nd talking that they would have recognized as “political thought”? In what media would they have encountered political thinking, and in what arenas would th
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...buted to theological teachings and which to broader issues of early modern social change: early modern governmental innovations in finance and censorship, th
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...As was its predecessor, this conference was an international gathering of social and intellectual historians, literary critics, bibliographers, and others.
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