Shakespeare & Co: The Bard and his peers in the digital age, 11 May 2016

University of Queensland. Library (2016) Shakespeare & Co: The Bard and his peers in the digital age, 11 May 2016. (University of Queensland Library Events)

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Creator University of Queensland. Library
Title Shakespeare & Co: The Bard and his peers in the digital age, 11 May 2016
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 2016-05-11
Recording Date 2016-05-11
Place of Recording Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library, Duhig Building, St Lucia
Year available 2018
Contributor Craig, Hugh
Holbrook, Peter
Clement, Jennifer
Gerrity, Bob
Callinan, Ian
Series University of Queensland Library Events
Type audio/mp3
Original Format Digital sound recording (1 hr., 23 min., 07 sec.); 114 MB.
Duration 1 hr., 23 min., 07 sec.
Language eng
Rights For all enquiries about this work, please contact The University of Queensland Library.
Abstract/Summary Keynote speaker Professor Hugh Craig (University of Newcastle) delivers a lecture on how computer-assisted analysis can help us to analyse and appreciate literary texts, what makes Shakespeare special some 400 years from his death, and how statistical analysis helps us to see Shakespeare in context. Following a lecture about his work in the digital humanities, Professor Craig is joined in conversation by Peter Holbrook, Professor of Shakespeare and English Renaissance Literature at the University of Queensland, and Dr Jennifer Clement, who teaches the undergraduate course "Introduction to Shakespeare"” at UQ.
Introductions by University Librarian Bob Gerrty, and the panel was introduced by Justice Ian Callinan AC QC.

This event was presented as part of The Delighted Spirit: Shakespeare at UQ 2016, a commemorative series celebrating the 400-year history of the works of William Shakespeare (1564-1616), and the Friends of the Library program. It also coincided with the establishment in 2016 of UQ’s Centre for Digital Scholarship, located in the Duhig Tower.
Keyword University of Queensland. Library -- Events
Fryer Library
University of Queensland. Library. Friends
Craig, Hugh
Holbrook, Peter
Clement, Jennifer
Gerrity, Bob
Callinan, Ian
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616--Criticism and interpretation
Digital humanities

Document type: Audio Document
Collection: University of Queensland Library Sound and Vision
 
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