What are the Digital Exhibits?
At the Annual Meeting, the SAA hosts an exhibit space for the demonstration of projects that draw on digital resources or integrate digital technology into scholarship, teaching, or public work on Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
Projects are scholar-generated and address aspects of Shakespeare’s era, Shakespeare in performance, Shakespeare in print, and Shakespeare in translation, including work with text analytics, smartphone and tablet apps, digital archives, aids to performance, games and gamification, e-books, and website development.
What digital projects have been exhibited?
Click to see the titles of past Digital Exhibits.
How do I apply for Digital Exhibits?
Current SAA members are welcome to apply online to exhibit. Applications are accepted in the fall for exhibits at the next year’s Annual Meeting and will be reviewed by the SAA’s Digital Strategies Committee.
I have a collaborative project. Who should I include in the proposal?
You may include all those who take part in the digital project. If your proposal is accepted, you will need to confirm who will attend the Annual Meeting and only SAA members in good standing can be part of the program.
What technical support will I get for Digital Exhibits?
The SAA will provide power supply, a large monitor, and Wi-Fi connection. You will need to bring your own laptop. For specific requests, please contact the SAA office. Additional charges may apply.
Can the same project apply to be exhibited again?
If there is a major breakthrough in your digital project, you are welcome to apply again.