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New Variorum Shakespeare Digital Challenge Earlier this year the MLA Committee on the New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare sponsored a digital challenge seeking the […]

Alexa Alice Joubin 7 December 2012 7 December 2012 digital humanities
GW Digital Humanities Symposium, Friday January 25 – Saturday January 26, 2013 Digital humanities is a vibrant field that uses digital technologies to study the interactions between cultural artifacts and the […]

Alexa Alice Joubin 8 December 2012 8 December 2012 archive, book history, digital humanities, literary studies, new media
Getting Started

This is a collaborative list of things that new MLA Commons users might consider doing as they get started in […]

Kathleen Fitzpatrick 29 December 2012 4 February 2013 getting started
“‘What Country, Friends, Is This?’: Touring Shakespeares, Agency, and Efficacy in Theatre Historiography,” Theatre Survey 54.1 (January 2013): pp. 51-85.

Full text: Abstract: Touring theatre is a place where theatre studies and globalization come into contact. In this second […]

Alexa Alice Joubin 4 January 2013 28 January 2014 artistic and moral agency, Coriolanus, cultural translation, Edinburgh Festival, efficacy, globalization, Globe-to-Globe, Hamlet, Richard III, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, The Tempest, theatre historiography, touring theatre, Twelfth Night
#MLA13: Regional Table

Day 2 begins at the Modern Language Association’s 128th convention in Boston, and so begins the Exhibit Hall, located on […]

Derek McGrath 4 January 2013 4 January 2013 m/mla, midwest mla, mla13, modern language association, nemla, northeast mla, pacific ancient and modern language association, pamla, rmmla, rocky mountain mla, samla, scmla, south atlantic mla, south central mla
Distant Mirrors and the LAMP

This is the text of the talk I delivered at the 2013 MLA Presidential Forum Avenues of Access session on […]

Matthew Kirschenbaum 5 January 2013 5 June 2014 access, dh, mla13, s353
The Great Black Hole: Reading for the Ghost in Césaire’s “Cahier d’un retour au pays natal,”1939

By a letter from the Coast of Guiney, via Barbadoes, dated the 14th of January last, we have Advice, that […]

Alex Gil 5 January 2013 5 January 2013 Aimé Césaire, Cahier d'un retour au pays natal, francophone poetry, négritude
Bridging the Middle Passage: The textual (r)evolution of Césaire’s Cahier d’un retour au pays natal.

[This essay appeared for the first time in the Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. 38.1 (March 2011): 40-56] Introduction Though […]

Alex Gil 5 January 2013 29 September 2016 Aimé Césaire, Cahier d'un retour au pays natal, francophone, négritude
Découverte de l’Ur-texte de Et les chiens se taisaient

† L’histoire du texte. La plupart des spécialistes datent les débuts du théâtre césairien de sa correspondance avec Janheinz Jahn […]

Alex Gil 5 January 2013 5 January 2013 Aimé Césaire, Et les chiens se taisaient, Haitian Revolution
La Représentation en profondeur d’Et les chiens se taisaient d’Aimé Césaire : Pour une édition génétique en ligne

[An edited version of this article was originally published in print by the gorgeous journal, Genesis, no.33, Paris (2011). I […]

Alex Gil 5 January 2013 5 January 2013 Aimé Césaire, critique génétique, digital edition, Et les chiens se taisaient
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