Existing EM Studies Projects

Existing EM Studies Projects

British Printed Images to 1700; Printed Images in Early Modern Britain, ed. Michael Hunter; The Print in Early Modern England: An Historical Oversight, by Malcolm Jones

Marr, A. (2012).  British Printed Images to 1700; Printed Images in Early Modern Britain, ed. Michael Hunter; The Print in Early Modern England: An Historical Oversight, by Malcolm Jones. The English Historical Review. {CXXVII}, 712–717.

Digital Donne: Workflow, Editing Tools, and the Reader.S Interface of a Collection of 17th-century English Poetry

Monroy, C., Furuta R., & Stringer G. (2007).  Digital Donne: Workflow, Editing Tools, and the Reader.S Interface of a Collection of 17th-century English Poetry. Proceedings of the 7th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. 411–412.

Disparate Structures, Electronic and Otherwise: Conceptions of Textual Organisation in the Electronic Medium, with Reference to Electronic Editions of Shakespeare and the Internet

Siemens, R.. G. (1998).  Disparate Structures, Electronic and Otherwise: Conceptions of Textual Organisation in the Electronic Medium, with Reference to Electronic Editions of Shakespeare and the Internet. Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Literature. 3,

Scholarly collaboration and the promotion of knowledge in the seventeenth century and today: Hevelius, Wallis, and Early Modern Letters Online

Beeley, P., & McLean-Fiander K. (Submitted).  Scholarly collaboration and the promotion of knowledge in the seventeenth century and today: Hevelius, Wallis, and Early Modern Letters Online. (Turek, M., Ed.).Johannes Hevelius: quatercentenary volume.