Office Location: AC-2A09
|PhD||Wayne State University||English||2014|
|MA||Wayne State University||English||2010|
|BA||Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais||English||2006|
Areas of Expertise
- 16th-17th Century British Literature
History of the Book
Books in Field Of Expertise
Silva, Andie. The Brand of Print: Marketing Paratexts in the Early English Book Trade. Leiden: Brill, 2019. 260+ double-spaced.
Articles in Field Of Expertise
Inayatulla, Shereen and Andie Silva. "A conversation rewound: Queer and racialized temporalities in Hamilton." Studies in Musical Theatre. 12.2 2018: 265-273.
Silva, Andie and Shereen Inayatulla. "Who Tells Our Story: Intersectional Temporalities in Hamilton: An American Musical." Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education. 24.2 2017: 190-201.
Silva, Andie. "Corrections." Archbook: Architectures of the Book. 2017: .
Silva, Andie. "Mediated Technologies: Locating Non-Authorial Agency in Printed and Digital Texts." History of European Ideas. 42.5 2016: 607-617.
Silva, Andie. ""Counterfeit Letters and Fictional Trials: Thomas More’s Utopia as Cultural Brand.”." Appositions: Studies in Renaissance/Early Modern Literature and Culture.. 9 2016: .
Silva, Andie. "Digital Literacies and Visual Rhetoric: Scaffolding a Meme-Based Assignment Sequence for Introductory Composition Classes." Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy. 2016: .
Chapters in Field Of Expertise
Silva, Andie. "Framed and clothed with variety’: Print Culture, Multimodality, and Visual Design in John Derricke’s Image of Ireland." John Derricke's Image of Ireland: Essays on Text and Contexts. 2021: 135-150.
Silva, Andie. "Remixing the Canon: Shakespeare, Popular Culture, and the Undergraduate Editor." New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies III. 2021: 257-278.
Estill, Laura and Andie Silva. "Storing and Accessing Knowledge: Digital Tools for the Study of Early Modern Drama." Shakespeare’s Language in Digital Media: Old Words, New Tools. 2018: 131-144.
Reviews in Field Of Expertise
""Fleuron: A Database of Eighteenth-Century Printers’ Ornaments," in Early Modern Digital Review 3.1" 2020: 4 pgs.
""Early Modern Studies after the Digital Turn," in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America" 2018: 3 pgs.
""Lukas Erne's Shakespeare and the Book Trade," in Sixteenth Century Journal XLV.4" Winter 2015: 2 pgs.
"Play Review, “Cymbeline,” Cahiers Élisabéthains 89.1" April 2016: 3 pgs.
""Tamburlaine the Great I and II, presented the Theater for a New Audience," in Early Modern Literary Studies" 2015: 5 pgs.
Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances
" A Roundtable on Teaching Digital Book History " July 30, 2021: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing.
" “Editing as Remix: Encouraging Experimentation and Play with Early Modern Texts.” " April 21, 2021: Renaissance Society of America (virtual).
" "The Efficiency Curse" in Punch Out, Don’t “Lean In”: Problematizing and Rewriting CUNY’s Vexed “Diversity” Narratives (Roundtable) " March 29, 2019: CUNY Diversity Conference.
" Invited Speaker, Marketing the Margins: Early Modern Paratexts in Print and Digital Technologies " Marh 22, 2019: St. Francis Xavier University.
" Playful and Disruptive Editing of John Derricke’s Image of Ireland (1581) " March 18, 2019: Renaissance Society of America.
" Invited Speaker, The Virtual Ties that Bind Us: Early Modern Studies and Book History in the Digital Age " February 15, 2019: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.
" Productive Disruptions: Using Commonplace Books to Resist Eurocentrism " May 10, 2018: International Congress on Medieval Studies.
" Digital Derricke: An Online Edition of John Derricke’s Image of Irelande (1581) " March 22, 2018: Renaissance Society of America.
" Making Critics: Small-Scale and Small-Budget DH as Feminist Practice " January 7, 2018: Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association.
" Using Databases in Humanities Research " June 10, 2017: Society for History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP).
" “Enfranchis’d Soules”: Religious and Emotional Capital in Early Modern Devotional Epistles.” " March 29-April 2, 2017: Renaissance Society of America.
" “Before you read this book": Visual Design and Multimodality in Early Modern Printed Books " December 8, 2016: ork College Provost Lecture Series.
" Growing Up DH: Encouraging Graduate Students to Become Digital Humanists " November 9, 2016: Digital Humanities: Public Humanities in New Media. Wayne State University.
" A Roundtable on Renaissance Studies and Digital Humanities " October 14, 2016: CUNY Graduate Center.
" “Planely and Truely Expounded": Navigational Paratexts and the Language of Mediation " July 18-22, 2015: Society for History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP).
" “Framed and clothed with variety": Narrative, Navigation, and Visual Design in John Derricke’s Image of Irelande " May 17-18, 2016: John Derricke’s Image of Irelande (1581) and Early Modern Ireland: A Symposium.
" Back to the Future: Studying Periodization and Literature in an Early Modern Card Game " January 22, 2016: CUNY Games Festival.
" Remixing the Canon: Building Digital Editions in the Undergraduate Classroom " March 31-April 2, 2016: Renaissance Society of America.
" Cataloguing Paratexts for the Early Modern Book Trade: Digital Approaches " October 16-19, 2014: Sixteenth-Century Society Conference.
Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships
CUNY Book Completion Award: 2017-2018.
Travel Grant, William Stewart Travel Award: 2018 (for Renaissance Society of America, March 22-24, 2018).
Fellowship, CUNY Faculty Fellowship Publication Program: Spring 2017.
Fellowship, CUNY Academic Commons Faculty Fellowship: Spring 2017.
Travel Grant, William Stewart Travel Award: 2016 (for Shakespeare Association of America Convention, April 2017).
PSC-CUNY Research Award: 2015-2016.
Scholarship, Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI): 2013-2015;2017.
Judith Siegel Pearson Award: Academic Essay, Wayne State University: 2014.
Graduate Student Travel Grant, Shakespeare Association of America: 2014.
Dissertation Fellowship, Humanities Center, Wayne State University: 2013.
Scholarship, Andrew W. Mellon Funded Residential Summer Workshop: “Reading Publics in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Europe,” University of Warwick, UK: 2012.
PSC-CUNY, Teaching Commonplace Books to Enhance Medieval and Renaissance Classrooms. 2021-2022: 3499.33.
PSC-CUNY, Phase II: Printed Paratexts Online. 2019-2020: 3445.99.
PSC-CUNY, Digital Pedagogy and Book History. 2017-2018: 3500.00.
PSC-CUNY, Printed Paratexts Online. 07/01/2015-07/31/2016: 3495.00.
Offices Held In Professional Societies
Associate Organization Representative between Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP) and Renaissance Society of America (RSA): Fall 2016-present.
Iter Society Conference Committee: Summer 2020-present.
NYCDH Steering Committee: Fall 2016-present.
NYCDH Week Organizing Comittee: Fall 2016-present.
NYCH Graduate Student Awards Comittee: Spring 2018-present.
Other Professional Activities and Public Service
Editor in Chief, SHARP News: 2020-2026.
Facilitator, "Teaching in the Age of Covid," Renaissance Society of America Webinar: August 15, 2020.
Presenter, "Research and Collaboration in the Age of COVID," Renaissance Society of America Webinar: July 30, 2020.
Workshop Leader, "Digital Pedagogy with Scalar," Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI), University of Victoria: June 9, 2019.
Panel Organizer, “Creative Pedagogies: Approaches to the Commonplace Book.” International Congress on Medieval Studies.: May 10, 2018.
Chair, "The Bard's Bookshelf: Shakespeare’s Engagement with Sources." Renaissance Society of America.: March 23, 2018.
Respondent, “Insecure Ephemera: Reading Lessons from Shakespeare to Twitter.” Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association.: January 6, 2018.
Chair, "Code and Codex, Text and Metatext: Seeing Print and Digital Entanglement," Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP): June 12, 2017.
Session Organizer, “To the Reader”: Early Modern Print’s Epistolary Relationships.” Renaissance Society of America.: March 31-April 2, 2017.
Chair, “John Derrick’s Image of Ireland: Texts, Paratexts, and Contexts.” Renaissance Society of America.: March 31-April 2, 2017.
Session Leader, “Access and Inclusivity” and “Intro to DH Syllabus,” THATCamp Digital Pedagogy, University of Texas: January 4, 2016.
Trending Ideas: Strategies and Solutions for Implementing Twitter in the Classroom.” Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL): November 19, 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.
Session Organizer, “Reading Publics.” Renaissance Society of America. New York, NY. March 27-29, 2014: March 27-29, 2014.