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Teaching and Learning Multimodal Communications

Alyssa Arbuckle, Alison Hedley, Shaun Macpherson, Alyssa McLeod, Jana Millar Usiskin, Daniel Powell, Jentery Sayers, Emily Smith, Michael Stevens, Authors

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Daniel Powell

I am a second year doctoral student in the Department of English at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia. I completed my MA in English at UVic in 2010, earning a concentration in Medieval and Early Modern Studies and defending a final project on Ralph Roister Doister (c.1553) and issues of early modern textual communication. My areas of research currently include the digital humanities as both field and practice, textual representations in the digital environment, early modern manuscript and print culture, early modern non-Shakespearean drama, and class within the academy.

I work with Ray Siemens and many others in the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL) in Victoria, researching various topics at the intersection of the textual and the digital. Our most recent efforts include a WikiBooks-based social edition of the sixteenth-century poetic miscellany the Devonshire Manuscript.

I also serve as an editorial assistant for the peer-reviewed journal Early Theatre. Based at McMcaster University, Early Theatre publishes original research on medieval and early modern drama in the British Isles.

I can be reached at djpowell(at)uvic(dot)com and daniel.james.powell(at)gmail(dot)com. I tweet from @djp2025.

My Contributions to this Book

Workflow: Challenges and Opportunities
Investigating Metadata and Archival Resources
Particularities of Electronic Literature - Introduction
Particularities of Electronic Literature - Media
Particularities of Electronic Literature - Formal and Forensic Materiality
Particularities of Electronic Literature - Intersecting Media
Mapping Cultural Spaces: The South Carolina Inter-State & West Indian Exposition, 1902
Reviewing Digital Resources: The Database of Early English Playbooks (DEEP) - Introduction
Reviewing Digital Resources: The Database of Early English Playbooks (DEEP) - Peer Reviews
Reviewing Digital Resources: The Database of Early English Playbooks (DEEP) - Conclusion
Networking Literature: Mapping Dialogue in Ralph Roister Doister
Representation, Deformation, Reinterpretation: Digital Tools and Scholarly Methodologies
Deformation: Mapping Dialogue in Roister Doister

My contributions can be found in the following paths of this book: Workflow, Metadata, Granulation, Map, Review, Proposal, Roundtable, and Commentary. I was a graduate student in the "English 507: Digital Literary Studies" seminar at the University of Victoria, and I was also a contributing member of the editorial team for this book.

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