We are pleased to announce that the proceedings of “‘Revolutionizing Early Modern Studies’? The Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership in 2012,” the conference held September 17-18 at the University of Oxford, are now available online via Oxford’s Research Archive. The proceedings include 14 papers based on the 21 presentations and five posters that made up the conference program (all presenters were invited to submit their papers to be included in the proceedings).
This news provides an opportunity to reflect on the conference, where we were impressed by the enthusiasm and scholarship of the delegates, grateful for their feedback, and humbled by their commitment to continuing to work with and improve EEBO-TCP. The energy generated by their presentations and the surrounding discussion was infectious. Tweets from the conference have been Storified, and Martin Mueller has published a thorough and thoughtful report on the program on his blog. We invite you to reflect on these comments about the conference, with the full text of the papers at hand. We also look forward to sharing with you the reflections of two EEBO-TCP staff, who will be reporting out in two future posts. Stay tuned!
Conference delegates may still submit their papers to be added to the proceedings: contact firstname.lastname@example.org