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Elaine Treharne (Professor)

Elaine Treharne Treharne
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Personal bio
Elaine Treharne is a medievalist, manuscript historian, and text technologist. She is the Roberta Bowman Denning Professor of Humanities and a Professor of English. She directs the Center for Spatial and Textual History, and is PI of Stanford Text Technologies. She has published widely on literary and cultural history, and runs funded projects on Digital Humanities and the long history of human communication. She is currently investigating Layered Landscapes, especially on the western fringes; and she is researching Immortality in literature and technology. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, of the Royal Historical Society, and of the English Association.

Currently teaching
ENGLISH 10A: Introduction to English I: Mapping Monsters in British Literature, 650-1650 (Autumn)
ENGLISH 212: Making and Interpreting Historical Records, 100-1600 (Autumn)
ENGLISH 312A: Making and Interpreting Historical Records, 100-1600 (Autumn)
ENGLISH 396R: Old and Modern(ist) Reading Group (Winter, Spring)
ENGLISH 50: HUMANITIES HOUSE WORKSHOP (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
ENGLISH 50A: Character Development: Writing a Script, Creating Engaging Characters (Winter)
ENGLISH 50B: A Humanist's Guide to Art, Community, Design, and the Earth (Spring)
ENGLISH 60N: Living on the Edge: Language and Landscape of the Western Fringes (Spring)
ENGLISH 9R: Humanities Research Intensive (Spring)
HISTORY 208E: Making and Interpreting Historical Records, 100-1600 (Autumn)
HISTORY 308E: Making and Interpreting Historical Records, 100-1600 (Autumn)
HISTORY 9R: Humanities Research Intensive (Spring)
MLA 342: The Human Story in the Archives (Summer)
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