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Conference Organizers reflect on “Revolutionizing Early Modern Studies”? EEBO-TCP in 2012

This conference report was contributed by Judith Siefring, a TCP editor at the University of Oxford, with contributions from Pip Willcox, also an editor at Oxford and the main organizer of the 2012 conference.  The publication of the proceedings of the conference “Revolutionizing Early Modern Studies”? The Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership in […]

Proceedings of EEBO-TCP Conference now available

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 […]

Report from the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science

How does an invisible system shape the experience of an end user? I found myself pondering this question again and again throughout the 2011 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science, which took place November 20-21. This event is jointly sponsored each year by Northwestern University, Loyola University, University of Chicago, and the Illinois Institute of […]