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  • Citation rhetoric examined 

    Dobson, Teresa; Lucky, Shannon; Ruecker, Stan; Sinatra, Michael E. (King’s College. Office for Humanities Communication; Centre for Computing in the Humanities., 2010)
    In his influential monograph «The Rhetoric of Citation Systems», Connors (1999) elaborates on the principle that scholars working with different forms of citation find themselves thinking differently, since the citation format has natural consequences ...
  • Drilling for Papers in INKE 

    Bieber, Mark; Dobson, Teresa; Doll, Lindsay; Lucky, Shannon; Ruecker, Stant; Radzikowska, Milena; Rockwell, Geoffrey; Siemens, Ray; Sinatra, Michael E.; Sinclair, Stéfan; Vandendorpe, Christian (2012-03-26)
    In this article, we discuss the first year research plan for the INKE interface design team, which focuses on a prototype for chaining. Interpretable as a subclass of Unsworths scholarly primitive of discovering, chaining is the process of beginning ...
  • Exploring gothic sexuality 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (2001)
    In his well-known analysis of the evolution of sexuality in society in "Making sexual history", Jeffrey Weeks comments that, following a series of major challenges throughout the twentieth century (ranging from Freud's work to the challenges of feminism ...
  • From Dante to the Romantics : The Reception History of Leigh Hunt's "The Story of Rimini" 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (2001)
    1816 was arguably the most significant year in Leigh Hunt's career as a Romantic poet. After a two-year imprisonment, he had spent much of 1815 going back to the theatre and seeing Edmund Kean, the actor whom Hazlitt had praised so highly in the pages ...
  • Gender, Authorship and Male Domination : Mary Shelley’s Limited Freedom in "Frankenstein" and "The Last Man" 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2000)
    Ever since Ellen Moer's "Literary Women" (1976), "Frankenstein" has been recognized as a novel in which issues about authorship are intimately bound up with those of gender. The work has frequently been related to the circumstance of Shelley's combining ...
  • Histoire des humanités numériques 

    Sinatra, Michael E.; Vitali-Rosati, Marcello (Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2014)
    Parallèlement à l’histoire du développement d’Internet et du web, une autre histoire est fondamentale pour comprendre les enjeux de l’édition numérique : celle des humanités numériques. Il y a encore quelques décennies, on pouvait penser que les ...
  • Introducing "Critical Essays": Leigh Hunt and theatrical criticism in the early nineteenth century 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (2001)
    The years 1801 to 1808 saw the emergence of Leigh Hunt as a public figure on the London literary scene, first with the publication of his collection of poetry, "Juvenilia", and then with his work as theater critic for "The News" between 1805 and 1807. [...]
  • Introduction 

    Sinatra, Michael E.; Vitali-Rosati, Marcello (Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2014)
    Ce que nous sommes, en tant qu’êtres humains et en tant que sociétés, est profondément façonné par les formes de production et de circulation du savoir : comprendre ces formes, être capable de les analyser et d’en repérer les enjeux, n’est pas qu’une ...
  • Introduction : deviance and defiance 

    Faflak, Joel; Sinatra, Michael E. (2006)
    The thirteenth annual meeting of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism took place August 13–16, 2005 in Montreal, Canada, sponsored by Université de Montréal. The conference was held in conjunction with the seventh biennial meeting ...
  • Lire à l’ère du numérique « Le nénuphar et l’araignée » de Claire Legendre 

    Sinatra, Michael E.; Forest, Dominic (Association Sens public, 2016-12-22)
    Cet article se veut exploratoire en deux temps : une piste de réflexion sur l’impact du numérique sur les sciences humaines, et une lecture de l’essai « Le nénuphar et l’araignée » de Claire Legendre, publié le 4 février 2015 chez Les Allusifs. Notre ...
  • On watching rather than reading Count Basil 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (European Romantic Review, 2004)
    The performance of « Count Basil » at this year's NASSR conference was a unique opportunity for those in attendance to share a theatrical experience with the actors in ways that are usually not available to readers and scholars of Romantic drama. In ...
  • Performing Leigh Hunt’s 1840 Play "A Legend of Florence" 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009)
    Leigh Hunt's authorship of "A legend of Florence" (1840) — a drama inspired by the rich cultural, intellectual, and political climate of Italy — reflects, as Michael Eberle-Sinatra demonstrates in the final essay of the first section, not only a literary ...
  • Pratiques de l'édition numérique 

    Vitali-Rosati, Marcello; Sinatra, Michael E. (Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2014)
    L’apparition du numérique a entraîné ces dernières années une transformation profonde des modèles de production et de circulation des livres, qui ont peu changé depuis le XVIIIe siècle. Le web, en particulier, a provoqué une remise en question du sens ...
  • Promoting Open Access and Innovations : From Synergies to Le Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur les humanités numériques 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (2015)
    This article discusses the relationship between digital humanities and disciplinary boundaries in the last decade, primarily in the context of the national project Synergies. It offers first an overview of Synergies as a concrete example of the way ...
  • Putting plays (and more) in cyberspace : an overview of the British women playwrights around 1800 project 

    Sinatra, Michael E.; Crochunis, Thomas (2003)
    The british women playwrights around 1800 Web project has had a split allegiance from its beginning. Its beginnings lay in our interest in sustaining over time a community that had begun exploring the histories and writing of women in late-eighteenth ...
  • Readings of homosexuality in Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" and four film adaptations 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (2005)
    This essay proposes to read one more time the issue of homosexuality in Mary Shelley's first novel, "Frankenstein". In order to offer a new angle on the homosexual component of Victor Frankenstein's relationship with his creature when next teaching ...
  • Repenser le numérique au 21ème siècle 

    Sinatra, Michael E.; Sinclair, Stéfan (Association Sens public, 2015-02-23)
    Le constat duquel part notre idée de colloque est très simple : tout le monde s’accorde à dire que la réflexion sur le numérique est une priorité, mais l’on est encore loin d’avoir une définition précise des méthodes pour développer cette dernière, des ...
  • Representing Leigh Hunt’s Autobiography 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
    That study attempted to elaborate the problematic of [Leigh Hunt's] position within the London literary and political scene between the years 1805 and1828, the contributions he made to British literature and journalism, and his public standing at the ...
  • Science, gender and otherness in Shelley's Frankenstein and Kenneth Branagh's film adaptation 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (1998-03)
    Questions of gender and genre in Frankenstein remain complex issues for contemporary critics, in the novel itself as well as in its cinematographic adaptations, from John Whale's classic 1931 version to Kenneth Branagh's 1994 "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein." ...
  • Shelley’s editing process in the preface to Epipsychidion 

    Sinatra, Michael E. (1997)
    Prefaces are often disregarded by readers who, more often than not, start without taking time to peruse them first. Sir Walter Scott knew this perfectly well, and he wrote about it, very wittily, in "A PostScript Which Should Have Been a Preface", the ...