W. SCOTT HOWARD received his Ph.D. in English and Critical Theory from the University of Washington. At the University of Denver, he teaches in the Department of English and also in the Emergent Digital Practices Program, the Critical Theory Program, the University Honors Program, and the DU-Iliff Ph.D. Program. His research and publications engage the fields of Renaissance/early modern literature & culture; modern and postmodern American poetry; poetics and historiography; literary & cultural theory; and digital humanities. His work has received support from the Modern Language Association, the Pew Charitable Trusts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University.
W. Scott Howard. “E-Journals & Interactive Design: Re-mediating the Fields for Scholars & Creative Writers.” Provost’s Conference: October 29, 2010, University of Denver:
“Anonymous: the Final Word on Shakespeare?” Interview by Christian Toto. Big Hollywood (November, 2011).
“Who Wrote Shakespeare?: Panel Discussion With Robin P. Williams, Stephen Greenblatt, and W. Scott Howard.” Produced by Colleen Flick and Patricia Reuter, MediaTracks Communications. Viewpoints: National Public Affairs Radio Magazine,July 9 (2006).
This is a sound recording of a panel discussion in which I was one of three contributors. The discussion aired nationally in 2006. Our topic was the perennial debate about whether or not Shakespeare actually ‘wrote’ all of the plays usually attributed to his authorial genius.
“International E-Conference Appeals to Renaissance Writers” by Kristal Griffith. University of Denver: DU Today February 22 (2008).
This Twitter account offers a sequence of haiku on various aspects of my reading, writing, and research.
This Twitter account offers a sequence of postings related to my work in DU's Institute of Digital Humanities.