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With Swinish Phrase Soiling Their Addition: Epistemic Injustice, Academic Freedom, and the Shakespeare Authorship Question
(Emerald Publishing, 2020-11-23)
This chapter argues that the near-universal exclusion from the academy of the Shakespeare Authorship Question (or SAQ) represents a significant but little-understood example of an internal threat to academic freedom. Using ...
Seeing the Forest for the Trees on Mars: Locating the Ideology of the “Library of the Future”
(Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship, 2017)
For many decades now library practitioners have been generating a vast literature concerned with the “library of the future.” While much of this literature may be classified according to its imperatives for radical versus ...
Cinema and the ‘City of the Mind’: Using Motion Pictures to Explore Human-Environment Transactions in Planning Education.
This chapter examines the pedagogical use of film in planning education, specifically as it relates to the teaching of environmental psychology. The intersections between film, theory, and pedagogy are important because ...
"My Library Was Dukedom Large Enough": Academic Libraries Mediating the Shakespeare Authorship Debate
(Partnership: The Journal of Canadian Library and Information Practice and Research, 2013)
The "Shakespeare Authorship Question"—regarding the identity of the poet-playwright—has been debated for over 150 years. Now, with the growing list of signatories to the "Declaration of Reasonable Doubt," the creation of ...
Towards a Pragmatechnic Shakespeare Studies: A Review-Essay on U. Cambridge’s Shakespeare and the Digital World
A review essay of the 2014 book, Shakespeare and the Digital World: Redefining Scholarship and Practice edited by Christie Carson and Peter Kirwan (Cambridge University Press, 2015).
Report on Proposal Development At the Winnipeg Site
(Mental Health Commission of Canada, 2010-09)
This document reports on the efforts of the Winnipeg Site in developing its proposal and coming together as a Site. It is based on a series of interviews and focus groups utilizing a common research protocol developed ...
Six Shakespeares in Search of an Author (Book Review)
(The Oxfordian, 2018-09-07)
A common objection levelled against authorship doubters is that the number of candidates claimed for the authorship of the Shakespeare canon makes it highly unlikely any of them could have been the true author. In My ...
Looking Not on His Picture, but His Books: Two New Histories of Folger’s Quest for First Folios Shed Unintended Light on the Authorship Question
(Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, 2016-05)
A review of two recently-released books, The Millionaire and the Bard by Andrea Mays and Stephen Grant’s Collecting Shakespeare, both of which explore Henry and Emily Folgers’ shared obsession with collecting First Folios ...
Necessary Mischief: Exploring the Shakespeare Authorship Question (Book Review)
(Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, 2019-09)
Book review of Bonner Miller Cutting's 2018 book, Necessary Mischief: Exploring the Shakespeare Authorship Question.
Becoming an Oxfordian: The Phenomenology of Shifting Research Paradigms in Shakespearean Biography
This essay seeks to gain a phenomenological understanding of the journey from skepticism in the traditional biography of Shakespeare to belief that Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford was the poet-playwright, and how this ...