Transforming the Object of our Study: The Early Modern Sermon and the Virtual Paul’s Cross Project

Journal of Digital Humanities 2018-12-04


Scholars of early modern England have recently begun to pay more attention to sermons. (McCullough, Adlington, Rhatigan 2011). Scholars have recognized that in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, as Jeanne Shami has put it,  sermons were “the mass media of their day,” providing their listeners with reports of “breaking news,” while satisfying “appetites for  .  (Read more)


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John N. Wall

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12/04/2018, 06:11

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04/21/2014, 09:49