Cedar City Dr. Heather Wolfe at the Wooden O Symposium 8 août 2017 09:00-8 août 2017 10:15 Festival SUU Sterling Church Auditorium Festival Education
We are thrilled to have Dr. Heather Wolfe of the Folger Shakespeare Library join us as the Keynote address of the Wooden O Symposium! Please join us for this FREE event!
Heather Wolfe is curator of manuscripts at the Folger Shakespeare Library. At the Folger, she is curator of Shakespeare Documented, an online database of images, descriptions, and transcriptions of all known references and allusions to Shakespeare and his works during his lifetime and shortly thereafter, and principal investigator for EMMO (Early Modern Manuscripts Online), an IMLS-funded initiative to create a free and searchable database of images and transcriptions of early modern manuscripts created in England or written in English. She has curated numerous Folger exhibitions and has written widely on early modern manuscripts and the intersections between print and manuscript. She has edited The Trevelyon Miscellany of 1608 (2007), The Literary Career and Legacy of Elizabeth Cary (2007), Letterwriting in Renaissance England (2004), an exhibition catalog co-written with Alan Stewart, and Elizabeth Cary, Lady Falkland: Life and Letters (2001). Her current research interests include early modern filing systems and the social circulation of writing paper. She holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature from the University of Cambridge and an MLIS from University of California, Los Angeles.