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ProQuest Announces EEBO Interactions

ProQuest has launched an EEBO-centered social networking site called EEBO Interactions. Here’s the press release: EEBO Interactions: A social network for Early English Books Online (http://eebo-interactions.chadwyck.com) ProQuest is delighted to announce the launch of EEBO Interactions, a social network for Early English Books Online (EEBO).  EEBO Interactions allows its registered users to: *         comment upon […]

TCP Mentioned in Current Shakespeare Quarterly

Michael Witmore and Jonathan Hope provide a compelling case for “iterative” criticism of Early Modern Drama and its Genres in the current Shakespeare Quarterly (available HERE for open review through MediaCommons). Their closing “provocation” includes a pretty cool “family resemblance” dendogram generated from TCP editions of 318 Early Modern plays.

Bentham Papers to be Crowdsourced

Over at the UCL Digital Humanities Blog, you can read more about their plans for using crowdsourcing software to aid in the digitization of Jeremy Bentham’s papers … The Bentham Papers Transcription Initiative is a highly innovative and novel attempt to aid in the transcription of Bentham’s work. A digitisation project will provide high quality […]