CV

A brief list of recent work; a full cv is at http://bit.ly/SarahWernerCV

PUBLICATIONS

long (monographs, collections, editions, digital projects)
medium (journal articles, book chapters)

INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINARS

Speaker
  • "Building Better Book Feminisms." Panel organizer and speaker. Bibliographical Society of America. Online. December 2020.
  • “What We Learn from the Mistakes of Early Printed Books.” Toronto Public Library and University of Toronto's Book History and Print Culture program. April 2020. [canceled due to COVID-19; rescheduled for spring 2022]
  • “Crafting a Feminist Practice of Bibliography.” Feminist Bibliographies, University of California-Los Angeles. March 2020.
  • “Teaching Like a Feminist Bibliographer.” Plenary, Behn Burney Conference, Auburn University. November 2019.
  • “Learning through Erring: The Necessity of Not Knowing.” Keynote, Book History Workshop. Texas A&M Libraries. June 2019.
  • “Old Books as Digital Objects.” Columbia Book History Colloquium. Columbia University, NY. February 2019.
  • “Digital Ephemera of Theater History.” Keynote, Digital and Archival Approaches to Theater History. University of Pennsylvania. January 2019.
  • “Working towards a Feminist History of Printing.” American Printing History Association Lieberman Lecture. Washington, DC. December 2018.
  • “Early Digital Facsimiles.” Pforzheimer Lecture. Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin. February 2018.
  • “Looking for a Radically Open Digital Landscape.” Plenary, RBMS. Coral Gables, FL, June 2016. DOI: 10.17613/M6SP52
  • “When is a Source Not a Source?” Stanford Primary Source Symposium. Stanford University. November 2015. DOI: 10.17613/M6PG6F.
  • “How to Destroy Special Collections with Social Media in 3 Easy Steps: A Guide for Researchers and Librarians.” Rare Book School, University of Virginia. July 2015.
Seminar or workshop leader
  • "Feminist Bibliography." California Rare Book School. August 2021.
  • “Learning and Teaching with Early Printed Books.” Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library 2020 Summer Seminar. University of Toronto. June 2020. [canceled due to COVID-19; rescheduled for 2021]
  • “Feminist Bibliography in Theory and Practice.” Folger Shakespeare Library, sponsored by the Bibliographical Society of America. October 2019.
  • “Teaching with Primary Materials.” Workshop leader. Clark Library, UCLA. Los Angeles. March 2018.

CONFERENCES

Presenter
  • “Who Are Facsimiles For?” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing. Amherst, Mass. July 2019.
  • “What Is Digital Depth?” Modern Language Association. Chicago, January 2019.
  • “Your Ark Is Causing The Flood: Digitization Is Not Preservation.” Society of American Archivists. Washington, DC. August 2018.
  • “Collaborating For An Accessible Past.” Bibliography among Disciplines. Philadelphia, October 2017.
  • “Imaging’s Blind Spot: What We Learn From Digital Facsimiles of Early Print.” BH+DH. University of Wisconsin. Madison, September 2017.
  • “Working with Shakespeare’s First Folio on Paper and on Screen.” Society for Textual Scholarship. University of Maryland, May 2017.
  • Respondent, “Digital Embodiment.” Modern Language Association. Philadelphia, January 2017.
Seminar, workshop, or panel organizer
  • "Teaching in Collaboration with Special Collections." Shakespeare Association of America. Online. April 2021.
  • “The Politics of Facsimiles.” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing. Amherst, Mass. July 2019.
  • “A Sensory History of Material Texts.” With Holly Dugan. Renaissance Society of America. Toronto, March 2019.
  • “Teaching Shakespeare in Collaboration with Special Collections Libraries.” Modern Language Association. Chicago, January 2019.
  • “Material Texts and Digital Interfaces.” Shakespeare Association of America. Atlanta, April 2017.
  • “Digital Futures.” Renaissance Society of America. Boston, April 2016.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Digital Media Strategist, Folger Shakespeare Library (2013-15)
  • Undergraduate Program Director (2006-13) and Scholarly Outreach Coordinator (2011-13), Folger Shakespeare Library
  • Adjunct Faculty in Georgetown, George Washington, George Mason

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., English, University of Pennsylvania, 1996
  • B.A. cum laude, English, Bryn Mawr College, 1990