Metadata: The English Renaissance in Context - ERIC

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TitleThe English Renaissance in Context - ERIC
Editor[Project Co-Director] Bushnell, Rebecca
[Project Co-Director] Ryan, Michael
[Technical Developer] Wilson, Brett
PublisherUniversity of Pennsylvania Library <>
Country (State)United States of America
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KeywordsLiterature; English literature; Renaissance; English Renaissance; Shakespeare; Renaissance studies; tutorial
Description"The English Renaissance in Context (ERIC) is a NEH-funded project designed to provide scholars and students at a variety of levels with access to major texts of the English Renaissance in their original versions. ERIC grows out of both contemporary critical tendencies in the field of English Renaissance studies and a commitment to providing broad access to original source materials that would otherwise be out of reach for many. ERIC comprises two separate but integrated units: a set of tutorials on some of Shakespeare's plays and on the making and selling of books during the Early Modern period; and a database of scanned texts from Penn's Furness Shakespeare Library. When used in combination, these two units can provide students with a rich introduction to English Renaissance literature in its historical and artifactual context."
Source TypeTeaching Materials
Subject ClassEnglish Literature: Anthologies by Literary Type; English Literature: Anthologies: Drama
GOKIA 430; IA 434
BK18.05; 17.98
Accessfree; no restriction
Levelpopular; undergraduate; graduate
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