Jakacki to sit on REED and Devonshire Project digital advisory boards

Second year Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow Diane Jakacki has been invited to sit on the advisory boards for the Records of Early English Drama (REED) and the Devonshire MS Project. In both capacities she will advise on the projects’ transition from print to digital research platforms and publication paradigms. Jakacki has been associated with REED as a new media consultant since 2004. Her invitation to join the Devonshire MS Project board stems from her work with the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) and the New Technology in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (NTMRS) initiative. Both posts will tie closely with Jakacki’s own research work in the digital humanities, pedagogy and early modern drama and literature.

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