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Early Modern Notes

I compiled a quick list very recently for someone who was looking for introductions to digital history and people doing digital history work. And having done it, I thought I might as well share it.

Firstly: in one respect, this is a broad tent – some of these people are strictly speaking in literature or historical linguistics. But the boundaries are fuzzy, and what they’re doing is relevant to historians’ research too.

Secondly: but in another, it’s a fairly narrow subset of digital historians who blog – people who are posting about digital tools and techniques that they’re using, things they’re building, practical hacks and code, reflections on the process and the results they’re getting from doing those things.

Thirdly: it was put together very quickly from my RSS feeds and Twitter favourites. Who am I missing? (Feel free to plug your own blog.) What group blogs should be included?

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Dear all,

The programme for the „TEI Conference and Members Meeting 2013” (October 2-5, Rome, Italy) is now available at

Tutorials and workshops are offered prior to the conference while Special Interest Groups activities will take place on Thursday 3 October (

Soon each session in the programme will point to relevant abstracts.

In the meantime, please take a look at the programme, plan your trip if you haven’t yet and register!

Registration ( is filling up quickly and it will be a disappointment not to see you in Rome!

For any queries, don’t hesitate to contact us at

Best regards,
Arianna Ciula (Programme Committee Chair) and Fabio Ciotti (Local Organisation Committee Chair)

Posted by: Roberto Rosselli Del Turco (

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Early Modern Online Bibliography

On 17 September 2013, St. Peter’s College Oxford will host a one-day conference, “A Miscellany of Miscellanies: Popular Poetic Collections and the Eighteenth Century Canon” and an evening performance of eighteenth-century music to launch the Digital Miscellanies Index.

This Leverhulme-funded index was three years in the making. Its publication will make freely available 1,000 poetic miscellanies published during the eighteenth century. The Index adds to the porjects hosted by Bodleian’s Centre for the Study of the Book. The Bodleian Library’s Harding Collection, “which houses the most significant but largely neglected group of miscellanies in the world,” contains the majority of the miscellanies, but the project also contains data about copies held at the British Library and the Cambridge Library. The project developers based their work on Professor Michael Suarez, S.J.’s recent bibliography of eighteenth-century poetic miscellanies.

Dr. Abigail Williams (St. Peter’s College Oxford) is the Index’s principal…

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