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These resources grew out of a Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supported workshop held at the Folger Shakespeare library from 27-29 August 2019. That workshop's participants, listed below with their current affiliations at the time of the workshop, brought many different perspectives to bear on their shared approaches to teaching early modern handwriting in a variety of settings and with both physical manuscripts and digital facsimiles.
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These resources for teaching paleography grew out of a Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-supported workshop directed by Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts and Associate Library from Audience Development at the Folger Shakespeare Library, from 27-29 August 2019. That workshop's participants, listed below with their current affiliations at the time of the workshop, brought many different perspectives to bear on their shared approaches to teaching early modern handwriting. They have created and compiled methods and templates for paleographic instruction a variety of settings and with both physical manuscripts and digital facsimiles.
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=== Participants ===
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'''Morgan Bozick''', Lecturer – Comparative Literature, Pennsylvania State University
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'''Matthew Carter''', Assistant Director – University Writing Center, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
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'''Susan Cogan''', Assistant Professor – History, Utah State University
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'''Catherine Eskin''', Associate Professor – English, Florida Southern College
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'''Margaret Ezell''', Professor – English, Texas A&M University
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'''Julie Fisher''', Postdoctoral Fellow, American Philosophical Society
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'''Amey Hutchins''', Manuscripts Cataloging Librarian, University of Pennsylvania
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'''Claire McNulty''', Ph.D. Candidate – History, Queen’s University Belfast
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'''Kathleen Miller''', Postdoctoral Fellow – History, Queen’s University Belfast / University of Toronto
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'''Sara Powell''', Research Librarian – Beinecke Library, Yale University
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'''Emily Rendek''', Postdoctoral Scholar, University of South Carolina
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'''Amanda Rogus''', MFA Candidate – Dramaturgy, Mary Baldwin University
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'''Taylor Sims''', Ph.D. Candidate – History, University of Michigan
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'''Robert Tallaksen''', Professor (Emeritus) – Radiology, West Virginia University

Revision as of 11:26, 16 August 2019

These resources for teaching paleography grew out of a Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-supported workshop directed by Heather Wolfe, Curator of Manuscripts and Associate Library from Audience Development at the Folger Shakespeare Library, from 27-29 August 2019. That workshop's participants, listed below with their current affiliations at the time of the workshop, brought many different perspectives to bear on their shared approaches to teaching early modern handwriting. They have created and compiled methods and templates for paleographic instruction a variety of settings and with both physical manuscripts and digital facsimiles.


Participants

Morgan Bozick, Lecturer – Comparative Literature, Pennsylvania State University Matthew Carter, Assistant Director – University Writing Center, University of North Carolina, Greensboro Susan Cogan, Assistant Professor – History, Utah State University Catherine Eskin, Associate Professor – English, Florida Southern College Margaret Ezell, Professor – English, Texas A&M University Julie Fisher, Postdoctoral Fellow, American Philosophical Society Amey Hutchins, Manuscripts Cataloging Librarian, University of Pennsylvania Claire McNulty, Ph.D. Candidate – History, Queen’s University Belfast Kathleen Miller, Postdoctoral Fellow – History, Queen’s University Belfast / University of Toronto Sara Powell, Research Librarian – Beinecke Library, Yale University Emily Rendek, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of South Carolina Amanda Rogus, MFA Candidate – Dramaturgy, Mary Baldwin University Taylor Sims, Ph.D. Candidate – History, University of Michigan Robert Tallaksen, Professor (Emeritus) – Radiology, West Virginia University