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Diane K. Jakacki, Ph.D.
Georgia Institute of TechnologyMarion L. Brittain Postdoctoral FellowSchool of Language, Culture and
 
Communication
 
686 Cherry StreetAtlanta, GA 30332-0165
 
USA
 
Phone: (678) 324-6067diane.jakacki@lcc.gatech.edu
EDUCATION
University of Waterloo
,
Waterloo, Ontario
Department of English Language and LiteraturePhD in English Language and Literature, 2011
University of Toronto
, Toronto, OntarioMaster of Arts in English, 2005
 Lafayette College
, Easton, PennsylvaniaBachelor of Arts in English and History, 1986
HONOURS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
 External 
 
 
Newberry Library Consortium Research Grant. 2008. USD $1,500
 
Francis A. March Fellowship, Lafayette College. 2004-2005. USD $1,500
 Internal 
 
 
International Doctoral Student Award, University of Waterloo. 2005-2008. CAD $26,056
 
MERIT/Faculty of Arts Graduate Scholarship. UW. 2007-2009. CAD $20,000
 
UW/Faculty of Arts Graduate Scholarship. UW. 2006-2008. CAD $10,000
 
UW Graduate Merit Scholarship. UW. 2006-2007. CAD $10,000
 
Arts Graduate Enhancement Scholarship. UW. 2005-2007. CAD $8,000
 
Provost Doctoral Entrance Award for Women. UW. 2005-2006. CAD $5,000
 
Jack Gray Graduate Fellowship Award, English Dept. 2007. CAD $3,500
 
Arts Graduate Experience Award. UW. 2008. CAD $1,110
DISSERTATION
‘Covetous to parley with so sweet a frontis-peece’:
Illustration in Early Modern English Play-Texts
 Supervisor: Dr. Katherine AchesonCommittee: Dr. Jennifer Roberts-Smith and Dr. Sarah TolmieExternal Reader: Dr. Holger Schott SymeMy dissertation analyzed patterns of visual rhetoric in the illustrated title pages of seventeenth-century English printed drama. These images raise significant questions about publication practices,politics, and the relationship between the contemporary theatrical audience and the reading public.Furthermore, they represent definite and hitherto unacknowledged emphasis on performanceaspects of published drama, thereby communicating distinctive value to their viewers.
 
2 D. K. Jakackicurriculum vitae
RESEARCH
Areas of Specialization
 Early Modern Studies
: medieval and early modern literature and drama, book and popularculture history.
 Digital Humanities
: digital humanities theory and practice, digital pedagogy, visual rhetoric,multimedia theory and design.
Publications
 Editions
 
The Play of Wit and Science
, (new edition of John Redford’s 1530’s interlude),
 Broadview Anthology of Medieval Drama
. Buffalo, NY: Broadview Press, in press.
 
 Henry VII
(digital edition),
 Internet Shakespeare Editions
,<http://internetshakespeare.uvic.ca/index.html>, under consideration.
 Articles, Book Chapters
 
“‘Canst Paint a Doleful Cry?’: Promotion and Performance in the
Spanish Tragedy
Title PageIllustration”.
 Early Theatre,
13.1, 2010: 13-36.
 
“Title Page Engravings and Re-ordering the Quartos of 
 A Game at Chess
”.
 Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama
, XLX, 2011, in press.
 
“The Roman de la rose in Text and Image: a Multimedia Research and Teaching Tool.” (withChristine McWebb).
 Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Culture
. eds. Brent Nelson andMelissa Terras. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2011, in press.
 
“Visualizing Theatrical Text: From Watching the Script to the Simulated Environment for Theatre (SET).”
(
with
 
Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Sandra Gabriele, Stan Ruecker, and StéfanSinclair with Matt Bouchard, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Annemarie Kong, David Lam, andOmar Rodriguez).
 Digital Creativity
, under review.
 
“The Tarlton Project: Building a Better Digital Edition Through REED.”
 Envisioning REEDin the Digital Age
. Eds. Sally-Beth MacLean and Jason Boyd. Malden, MA: Blackwell, under review.
 
3 D. K. Jakackicurriculum vitae
Research Experience
Software Consultant 
 
imageMAT Annotation Tool
. 2011 – Present.Online Consultant and Designer, graphical user interface and website for interoperable imageand text annotation tool.Principal Investigator: Christine McWebb,University of Waterloo, total project budget: CAN $621,000.
 
 Records of Early English Drama
. 2010 2011.Online Design Consultant, development of digital humanities components for transition of Records of Early English Drama resources to digital platform.Principal Investigator: Sally-Beth MacLean,Records of Early English Drama, University of Toronto.
Research & Professional Development
 Records of Early English Drama. Toronto, Ontario.
Digital Advisory Committee Board Member, 2011-Present.
 Devonshire MS Project.
Victoria, British Columbia.
 
Advisory Board Member, 2011-Present.
 Digital Humanities Summer Institute
(DHSI). Victoria, British Columbia.
 
Chair, DHSI Colloquium Advisory Group, 2011-Present.
 
Co-organizer, DHSI Graduate Student Colloquium, 2009-2011.
 
Instructor, Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities course, 2012.
 
Course participant, Geographical Information Systems in the Digital Humanities, 2011.
 
Course participant, Out-of-the-Box Text Analysis in the Digital Humanities, 2010.
 
Course participant, Expressing Physical Materiality in Digital Projects, 2009
 
Course participant, Intermediate Text Encoding, 2006.
 Making Publics Project.
“Making Theatrical Publics in Early Modern Europe”. Toronto, Ontario.
 
Research seminar participant. May-June 2008.
 
Final team meeting participant. June 2010.
 Records of Early English Drama
. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario.
 
Paleography seminar. Participant/certification. REED & CRRS (Centre for Reformation andRenaissance Studies), 2005.
Conference Presentations
2012:
 
“Teaching Early Modern Popular Culture with Digital Editions.” Washington, DC.Renaissance Society of America conference. March 2012.
2011:
“‘didst thou neuer know Tarlton?’: Building a Better Digital Edition Through REED.”Toronto, CA. Envisioning REED Online conference. Records of Early English Drama.April 2011.

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