Annotating Dickens’ The Chimes

Dear all,

our regular Annotating The Chimes meetings this semester are taking place on Tuesdays from 14:15 to 15:45 in room 465 in Brechtbau. Feel free to drop by if you are interested in what we are doing. I am looking forward to welcoming some new faces in our group!

See you there,
Lara

Annotating Poetry Meetings

Dear all,

our regular Annotating Poetry meetings this semester are taking place on Tuesdays from 10:15 to 11:45 in room 465 in Brechtbau. Our first meeting is this Tuesday the 20th of November. Feel free to drop by if you are interested in what we are doing. I am looking forward to welcoming some new faces in our group!

See you there,
Natalia

Next Annotating The Knight of the Burning Pestle

Dear all,

our regular Annotating The Knight of the Burning Pestle meetings this semester are taking place on Thursdays from 16:15 to 17:45 in room 465 in Brechtbau. Our next meeting is this Thursday, the 14th of June.

Hope to see many of you there!

Jessica

Next Annotating Dickens’ ‘The Chimes’ Meeting

Dear all,

This semester, our regular Annotating Dickens’ The Chimes meetings are taking place on Tuesdays from 12:30 to 2:00pm in room 465 in the Brechtbau. The next meeting is on Tuesday, 12.06.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Lara

Next Annotating Poetry Meeting

Dear all,

our regular Annotating Poetry meetings this semester are taking place on Thursdays from 12:15 to 13:45 in room 465 in Brechtbau. Our next meeting is this Thursday, the 7th of June.

See you there,
Natalia

Next “Annotating Poetry” Meeting

Dear All,

The next “Annotating Poetry” meeting is on Tuesday, 16.1., 14-16 (c.t.), in room 465.

I’m looking forward to seeing you again!

Best,

Natalia

 

 

The first annotated poems are online

The latest version of the TEASys viewer allowed us to now present the first fruits of the student groups’ work online. The first two poems are “Trench Poets” by Edgell Rickword (from the “Annotating World War 1 Poetry” group) and Shakespeare’s Sonnet 81 (from the “Annotating Sonnets” seminar).

The note sets – as is wont with our use of TEASys as a social, collaborative, scholarly annotation system – are ongoing and will become larger over time. Sonnet 81, for example, was annotated over the course of one semester by one group of students. This is, so to say, only the first round of annotations, and we look forward to further discuss, analyze and interpret this poem with others, online and in the classroom.

See the list in the “Poetry” section of our website. As the list of poems will also grow in the coming months, make sure to check back every once in a while!

Next Dickens Meeting: July 20

Dear All,

Our next Dickens meeting will take place tomorrow (20.7.), 10-12, at the Liegewiese.

It will be the last meeting this semester.

I’m looking forward to seeing you!

Best,
Miriam