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Teaching with ECCO

Many eighteenth-century scholars I know have been talking online and offline for several years about how to use ECCO to enhance undergraduate classes.  UMD finally acquired this tool, so I am ready to join the conversation.  What I have picked … Continue reading

teaching the restoration/eighteenth century survey with ecco?

[caught between two stools?] Well, after years of discussion, my institution finally acquired both ECCO and the Burney collection this past week.  And I couldn’t be more pleased. But this has created a new, though quite wonderful problem for me: … Continue reading

Acquiring ECCO?

Not to interrupt the discussion of print and forgetting, BUT . . . Some reps from ECCO are visiting us at UH this week, and I’m going to get treated to a demonstration.  Any tips from members of the blog … Continue reading

asecs graduate student caucus: new blog in town!

Kelly Centrelli, who has popped up on this blog a few times lately, has just announced a new blog that will serve as a communications hub for the ASECS graduate student caucus.  Ms. Centrelli is the webmaster for this new … Continue reading

thinking about the asecs dh caucus’s technology survey

I looked at the survey and discussion about this at EMOB today, and found that technology-triumphalism notwithstanding, there is an interesting range of responses to technology going on within 18c studies.  (And I believe that the triumphalism itself is largely imagined … Continue reading

burney collection research assignment on Haywood and Davys

During our exchanges about Laura’s ECCO assignment last week, I mentioned that I’m currently using my trial access to the Burney collection (via EMOB) to break down the process of historical contextualization for my graduate students.  This is  in a … Continue reading

“18th-c studies” meets “digital humanities”

This post by George Williams. The CFP for ASECS 2010 is out, and I can’t help but notice that several of the panel proposals (including one being organized by Lisa Maruca and me) deal explicitly with digital humanities topics. Details … Continue reading

The Long 18th MLA cultural studies pedagogy panel wrap-up

Thanks to everyone who showed up at 7 pm last Friday night to hear the panel that Laura Rosenthal and I put together–these were the brave people who tromped through the Chicago snow to hear Tom DiPiero, Carl Fisher, Laura Engel, … Continue reading

We’re going to Chicago! It’s a Long Eighteenth MLA panel!

Laura just got word that our panel was accepted, so we’ll get to endure the fierce winds of Chicago this coming December  at MLA.  Thanks to everyone who submitted for this.  If we get a good response at MLA, maybe … Continue reading