ANDIE SILVA

asilva@york.cuny.edu 

Department of English, York College

Academic Core rm. 2A09

94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. Jamaica, NY 11451

(718) 262-2486

 

EMPLOYMENT

2014 - Present                 

Assistant Professor

Department of English

York College, CUNY

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D., English, Wayne State University, 2014

Dissertation: “Marketing Good Taste: Print Agents’ Use of Paratext to Shape Markets and Readers in Early Modern England.”

Committee: Simone Chess (chair), Lisa Maruca, Jaime Goodrich, Gabriella Eschrich  

                   

M.A., English, Wayne State University, 2010

Thesis: “‘Your Strong Possession much more than your right’: Questioning Providence in Shakespeare’s King John.

Director: Ken Jackson

 

B.A., English, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil), 2006

 

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Counterfeit Letters and Fictional Trials: Thomas More’s Utopia as Cultural Brand.Appositions  9 (2016).

Mediated Technologies: Locating Non-Authorial Agency in Printed and Digital Texts.” History of European Ideas 42.5 (2016), 607-617.

Digital Literacies and Visual Rhetoric: Scaffolding a Meme-Based Assignment Sequence for Introductory Composition Classes.” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (2016).  

Corrections.” Archbook: Architectures of the Book.. 2017.

 

Who Tells Our Story: Intersectional Temporalities in Hamilton, An American Musical.” Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education 24.2 (2017), 190-201. Co-authored with Shereen Inayatulla.

“Storing and Accessing Knowledge: Digital Tools for the Study of Early Modern Drama.” Co-authored with Laura Estill. Shakespeare’s Language in Digital Media:  Old Words, New Tools. Edited by Jennifer Roberts-Smith and Janelle Jenstad. Abingdon, England: Routledge. Forthcoming

 

Book Review                   

“Shakespeare and the Book Trade.” Sixteenth Century Journal XLV.4 (Winter 2014), 1057-8.

 

Play Reviews                   

“Tamburlaine the Great at the Theater for a New Audience.” Early Modern Literary Studies 18.2 (2015).

“Shakespeare in the Park’s Cymbeline.” Cahiers Elisabethains 88 (Autumn 2015).

 

Web-based Publications              

“Why Watch Taming of the Shrew?: On Enduring, Witnessing, and the Comedy of Domestic Violence.” Professional Website. http://andiesilva.net/blog/why-watch-taming-of-the-shrew-on-enduring-witnessing-and-the-comedy-of-domestic-violence/

“Great Lakes THATCamp Review: Community, Student Engagement, and Digital Resources.” Gale Morris Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative http://bit.ly/GLThatCampReview

“New Databases and Digitization Projects Parts I and II,” Early Modern Online Bibliography. http://bit.ly/NewDigitalProjects and http://bit.ly/NewDigitalProjects2

“Are You a Digital Humanist?” Professional Website. http://andiesilva.net/blog/are-you-a-digital-humanist/

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

Award, Book Completion Award, CUNY, 2017-2018.

Selected for this competitive CUNY-wide award in support for completion of Paratextual Remediation in the English English Book Trade monograph.

Grant, PSC-CUNY Trad-48, 2017-2018.

In support of Texas A&M Book History Workshop and the Digital Pedagogy Institute, both courses aimed toward expanding and building stronger pedagogical offers at York College.

Fellowship, CUNY Faculty Fellowship Publication Program, 2017

Selected for this competitive fellowship in support for academic scholarship and publication of research.

 

Fellowship, CUNY Academic Commons Faculty Fellowship, 2017.

Selected for this competitive fellowship to develop course assignments using CUNY Academic Commons in order to make the CAC a “more robust and inclusive space for teaching.”

 

Travel Grant, William Stewart Travel Award, 2016

               In support of workshop attendance to the annual 2017 conference for the Shakespeare Association of America in Atlanta, GA.

Grant, PSC-CUNY Trad-46, 2015

In support of Python seminar at the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) and for presenting research at the annual conference for the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP).

 

Travel Grant, Shakespeare Association of America, 2014

In support of a paper given at the annual conference in St. Louis, MO.

                   

Dissertation Fellowship, Humanities Center, Wayne State University, 2013

            Financial support to defray living expenses during one semester of dissertation writing.

 

Travel Bursary, Association for Computers and the Humanities, 2013

            Defrayed costs for attending the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, BC.

 

Scholarship, Andrew W. Mellon Funded Residential Summer Workshop, 2012

            One of twenty graduate students and early-career scholars selected nationally. Travel and residence support for “Reading Publics in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Europe” at the University of Warwick.

 

Albert Feigenson Scholarship, Wayne State University, 2011

            Awarded for excellence in scholarship.

 

Doretta Burke Sheill Scholarship, English Department, Wayne State University, 2007-2010

            Awarded for high scholastic achievement, character, leadership.

 

Exchange Program Scholarship, Fund for Improvement of Post-Secondary Education, 2015

            One of two undergraduate students selected for fully-funded semester abroad.

 

INVITED TALKS

“‘Before you read this book’: Visual Design and Multimodality in Early Modern Printed Books.” York College Provost Lecture Series. York College, CUNY. December 8, 2016.

“Growing Up DH: Encouraging Graduate Students to Become Digital Humanists.” Digital Humanities:  Public Humanities in New Media. Wayne State University. November 9, 2016.

A Roundtable on Renaissance Studies and Digital Humanities. Graduate Center, CUNY. October 14, 2016.

“‘Framed and clothed with variety’: Narrative, Navigation, and Visual Design in John Derricke’s Image of Irelande.” John Derricke’s Image of Irelande (1581) and Early Modern Ireland: A Symposium. May 17-18, 2016. Case Western Reserve University.

Work-in-Progress Talk. English Department Series of Faculty Talks about Research, Scholarship, and Creative Works. York College. March 12, 2015.

“Born-Digital Learning: Teaching and Creating Digital Projects for the Study of Early Modern Print Culture.” Pacific Coast Conference in British Studies, March 7-9, 2014.

“Digital Humanities on a Budget: Baby Steps with the Next Generation.” Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice. September 27-28, 2013.

 

SELECTED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Enfranchis’d Soules”: Religious and Emotional Capital in Early Modern Devotional Epistles.” Renaissance Society of America. March 29-April 2, 2017.

“A Digital Textbook for DH Shakespeare.” Workshop contributor. Shakespeare Association of America. April 5-8, 2017.

“‘Planely and Truely Expounded’: Navigational Paratexts and the Language of Mediation.” Society for the History of Reading, Authorship, and Publishing (SHARP), July 18-21, 2016.

 “Remixing the Canon: Building Digital Editions in the Undergraduate Classroom.” Renaissance Society of America, 31 March-2 April 2016.

“Back to the Future: Studying Periodization and Literature in an Early Modern Card Game.” CUNY Games Festival, January 22, 2016.

“Cataloguing Paratexts from the Early Modern Book Trade: Digital Approaches.” Sixteenth Century Society Conference. October 16-19, 2014.

“Tracing Print Culture Networks: An Evaluation of the British Book Trade Index.” Digital Resources for the Early Modern Book Trade Workshop. Shakespeare Association of America Conference. April 10-12, 2014.

“‘You Have Bestowed Your Money Well’: Printers, Advertising, and the Value of Non-Authorial Paratext.” Renaissance Society of America. March 27-29, 2014.

 “The Author as Brand: Literary Authority and the Print Marketplace in Spenser’s The Shepheardes Calender.” Sixteenth-Century Society Conference, October 24-27, 2013.

 “New Questions with Old Catalogues: Evaluating Digital Databases and Pre-Digital Archiving Practices.” WSU Symposium on Scholarly Editing. September 26, 2013.

“Rethinking the Archive: Digital projects and Dealing with Traditional Archival Methods.” Renaissance Society of America. San Diego, CA. April 4-6, 2013.

“(Un)authorizing texts: Digital Editions, Printing Histories and a Case for Prismatic Readings.” Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society Conference. October 18-21. 2012.

“‘True and almost incredible reports’: Thomas Archer, Newsbooks, and Marketing the News in Print.” Shakespeare Association of America. April 5-7, 2012.

“‘A Fruitful and Pleasant Work’: Early Modern Publishers and the Development of the Utopian Genre in Editions of Sir Thomas More’s Utopia”. Pacific Northwest Renaissance Society Conference.  Spokane, WA. October 20-22, 2011.

“Golden Sentences and Nourishing Mothers: Print, Gender and Editorial Anxieties in Queen Elizabeth I’s A Goodly Meditation of the Christian Soul.” Renaissance Conference of Southern California, 2011.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor, Department of English, York College, CUNY

                ENG 125: Introduction to Writing (fall 2014, spring 2015)

                ENG 202: Introduction to Literary Studies (fall 2015, spring 2016, spring 2017)

ENG 298: Special Topics, Technologies of Reading (spring 2017)

ENG 318: Shakespeare: The Major Works (spring 2015, fall 2016)

                ENG 328: Medieval and Renaissance Literature (fall 2015, fall 2017)

ENG 343: The Romantic Movement in England (fall 2014)

                ENG 344: Victorian Literature (spring 2015)

                 

Adjunct Instructor, Department of English, Wayne State University

ENG 2200: Introduction to Shakespeare (fall 2013)

ENG 3010: Intermediate Writing (fall 2013, winter 2014)

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of English, Wayne State University            

                ENG 1020: Introduction to Writing (fall 2007, winter 2008)

                ENG 2200: Introduction to Shakespeare (fall 2010)

                ENG 3010: Intermediate Writing (fall 2009–winter 2012)

 

Portuguese Instructor

                Instructor for Brazilian Exchange Program (winter 2007–winter 2012)

 

ACADEMIC SERVICE

  Member, Library and Technology Resources Committee, York College, Fall 2016-present.

  Member, Undergraduate Research Advisory Council, York College, Fall 2016-present.

CUNY Campaign Captain, Department of English, York College, Fall 2016.

Member, English Department Implementation Committee. York College, Fall 2016.

Editor, The York Review. York College, 2015-present.

Associate Organization Representative, SHARP at RSA. 2016-present.

Member, NYCDH Steering Committee. Fall 2016-present.

Member, English Department Search Committee. York College Spring 2016.

Member, English Department Assessment Committee. York College, 2014-2016.

Reviewer, Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ). 2015-present.

 

PANELS AND WORKSHOPS

 Chair, “John Derrick’s Image of Ireland: Texts, Paratexts, and Contexts.” Renaissance Society of America. Chicago, IL. March 31-April 2, 2017.

Session Organizer, “To the Reader”: Early Modern Print’s Epistolary Relationships.” Renaissance Society of America. Chicago, IL. March 31-April 2, 2017.

Session Leader, “Access and Inclusivity” and “Intro to DH Syllabus,” THATCamp Digital Pedagogy, University of Texas, 2016.

Presenter, “Trending Ideas: Strategies and Solutions for Implementing Twitter in the Classroom,” Center for Teaching and Learning. York College, CUNY, 2015.

Presenter, “Intro to Shakespeare Course with Scalar.” CUNY DHI: Building a Digital Humanities Community at The City University of New York. With Afolami Fasanya. November 10, 2015.

Facilitator, Technology in the Classroom Roundtable, York College, 2015.

Panel Moderator, Undergraduate Research Day, York College, 2015.

Session Organizer, “Reading Publics.” Renaissance Society of America. New York, NY. March 27-29, 2014.

Conference Organizer, GEMS Annual Symposium, 2010-2013.

Member, Interdisciplinary Working Group, Group for Early Modern Studies (GEMS), 2008-2013.

Mellon-Funded “Reading Publics in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Europe,” July 2-27, 2012.

 

DIGITAL HUMANITIES TRAINING

Text to Tech (Python). Digital Humanities at Oxford (DHOxSS). Oxford University, July 4-8, 2016.

“LAMP Infrastructures” and “Drupal for Digital Humanists.” Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI). University of Victoria, June 8-19, 2015.

Visual Design for Digital Humanists, DHSI. June 9-13, 2014.

Digital Humanities Databases. DHSI.  June 10-14, 2013.

 

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Editor, The York Review. York College, 2015-present.

Interim Journals Production Editor, Wayne State University Press, 2009.

Editorial Assistant, Marvels and Tales: Journal of Fairy Tale Studies, 2009.

Editorial and Acquisitions Intern, Wayne State University Press, 2009.

 

LANGUAGES

English – Fluent Speaker

Portuguese – Native Speaker

French – Moderate reading and comprehension

Spanish – Moderate reading and comprehension  

               

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Renaissance Society of America (RSA)

Shakespeare Association of America (SAA)

Association for Computers in the Humanities (ACH)

Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP)

 

TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES

Web Development: HTML, CSS, PHP, Adobe Creative Suite

Digital Publication: Wordpress, Drupal

Relational Databases: MySQL