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  Volume 13, Number 4, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Digital Turn

Introduction: A Special Issue on the Digital Turn

pp. 1-2


In Search of Enlightenment: From Mapping Books to Cultural History

pp. 3-28

Digital Scholarship as Handwork and Brainwork: An Early Modern History of Cryptography

pp. 29-46

Without Measure: The Language of Shakespeare's Prose

pp. 47-60

JEMCS Forum: What is Early Modern?

Rational Elephants or Hominoid Apes: Which is Early Modern?

pp. 61-68

Parsing Early Modernity

pp. 69-71

Late Early Moderns or, the Victorians

pp. 72-75

Early Modern: "By Any Other Name . . ."?

pp. 76-78

The Digital Turn: Notes on Digital Projects

Treading the Digital Turn: Mediated Form and Historical Meaning

pp. 79-90

Book History in the Early Modern OCR Project, or, Bringing Balance to the Force

pp. 90-103

Aphra Behn Online: The Case for Early Modern Open-Access Publishing

pp. 104-121

The Curiosity of Nations: Shakespeare and International Electronic Collaboration

pp. 121-125

British Virginia: Digital Publisher of Colonial Documents

pp. 126-127

Introducing DEx: A Database of Dramatic Extracts

pp. 128-130

Fiscal Demarcations and Financial Power in Castile during a Transition Century (1450-1550): Analysis with GIS Technologies

pp. 130-132

Manos Teatrales: Cyber-Paleography and Early Modern Spanish Theater

pp. 133-136

Digital Renaissance Editions

pp. 136-139

APPOSITIONS at Work: Reflections on Open-Access Publishing

pp. 139-143

England's Immigrants 1330-1550: A Study of National Identity, Culture, and Integration

pp. 144-147

Verse Miscellanies Online: A Digital Edition of Seven Printed Poetry Collections from Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England

pp. 148-150

A Description of ARTELOPE: A Database Containing Information, Plots, and Texts Related to Lope De Vega's Theater

pp. 150-151

Exploring a Multilingual Digital Edition of Early Modern European Theater

pp. 152-154

Digital History and Creating an e-Text of Richard Ligon's A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados

pp. 154-155

DECIMA: The Digitally Encoded Census Information and Mapping Archive, and the Project for a Geo-Spatial and Sensory Digital Map of Renaissance Florence

pp. 156-160

CATCOM: A Database on Performances of Spanish Classical Theater

pp. 160-163

A Description of Reading Shakespeare's Early Modern Readers, a Digital Database

pp. 163-165

The Digital Miscellanies Index: Mapping an Evolving Poetic Culture

pp. 165-168

Book Review

The Primitive, the Aesthetic, and the Savage: An Enlightenment Problematic by Tony C. Brown (review)

pp. 169-175


pp. 176-185

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