Website Publication Date (open on-line access): January, 2014.
Last Revised: Website Version 2.0 with New Format and Additional Features, Posted 6/18/2020
Direction and Written Content: Thomas Herron, Department of English, Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, ECU.
Construction: University Multimedia Center, ECU. Director: Laurie Godwin.
Modeling Methods and Software
-- Castle reconstruction: Sara Hegler, Katrina Ketel, Wesley Owens, Jonathon Valle, Katie Mills.
-- Textual editing: Lucas Berrini, Eric Hancock, Stephanie Smith, Joshua Pittman, Edward Reges, Sarah Meador Parrish and David Buchanan.
Artistic Direction (including portrait recreations): Joyce Joines Newman (ECU).
VR Director: Doug Barnum (ECU).
Technical Support: Laurie Godwin, Joyce Joines Newman and Wayne Godwin (ECU).
Advisors: James Lyttleton, Eric Klingelhofer, Joyce Joines Newman, Jane Fenlon, John Bradley, Michael Potterton, Julian Lethbridge, Susannah Ottaway.
Photos: Unless otherwise specified, they are uncredited and have been provided by James Lyttleton , Joyce Joines Newman, Thomas Herron, Sara Hegler, Wesley Owens, and Sara Painter.
Thanks to: International Spenser Society; American Society of Irish Medieval Studies; “Elizabeth I and Ireland” conference (Storrs, CT, Nov 2009); Folger Shakespeare Library; Greenville Museum of Art; Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland; Robin Haller and her students at the School of Art and Design (ECU); and many individuals for their helpful advice and support, including David Lee Miller, Jocelyn Nelson, David Wilson-Okamura, Gary Stringer, Anne Lake Prescott, Rachel Moss, Niall Brady, Terry Barry, Michael Anne Bevivino, Marianne Montgomery, Valerie McGowan-Doyle, Brendan Kane, Sara Painter, Jessica Gammel-Bennett, Jeffrey Johnson, Kenneth Price, Willy Maley, Aidan O’Sullivan, Stuart Kinsella, Maryclaire Moroney, Andrew Hadfield and Christopher Morrongiello.
Text and Citations: Written content by Thomas Herron unless otherwise noted. All citations to Spenser’s works, unless otherwise noted, are taken from the following editions: The Faerie Queene. Ed. A.C. Hamilton. 2nd ed. (NY: Longman 2001); The Shorter Works. Ed. Richard A. McCabe (NY: Penguin, 1999); A View of the Present State of Ireland. Ed. W.L. Renwick. 2nd ed. (Oxford: Oxford UP, 1970).
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