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    • Digital humanities

    • Digital humanities (DH) is an area of scholarly activity at the intersection of computing or digital technologies and the disciplines of the humanities. It can be defined as new ways of doing scholarship that involve collaborative, transdisciplinary, and computationally engaged research, teaching, and publishing. It br ... Read »


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    • Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations

    • The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), is a digital humanities umbrella organization formed in 2005 to coordinate the activities of several regional DH organizations, referred to as constituent organizations. ADHO's constituent organizations are the European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH), ... Read »


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    • Association for Computers and the Humanities

    • The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is the primary international professional society for digital humanities. ACH was founded in 1978. According to the official website, the organization "support[s] and disseminate[s] research and cultivate[s] a vibrant professional community through conferences, pub ... Read »


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    • Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State

    • Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State is a research project funded by the European Research Council and hosted by the British Museum, the British Library, and SOAS, University of London. The principal investigators are Dr. Michael Willis, Dr. Sam van Schaik and Dr. Nathan Hill. The project was one ... Read »


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    • Bricolage

    • In the arts, bricolage (French for "DIY" or "do-it-yourself projects") is the construction or creation of a work from a diverse range of things that happen to be available, or a work created by such a process. The term bricolage has also been used in many other fields, including philosophy, critical theory, education, ... Read »


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    • Roberto Busa

    • Roberto Busa (November 28, 1913 – August 9, 2011) was an Italian Jesuit priest and one of the pioneers in the usage of computers for linguistic and literary analysis. He was the author of the Index Thomisticus, a complete lemmatization of the works of Saint Thomas Aquinas and of a few related authors. Born in ... Read »


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    • Chinese Text Project

    • Chinese Text Project

      The Chinese Text Project (CTP; Chinese: 中國哲學書電子化計劃) is a digital library project that assembles collections of early Chinese texts. The name of the project in Chinese literally means "The Chinese Philosophical Book Digitization Project", showing its focus on books relat ... Read »


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    • CLARIN

    • CLARIN

      CLARIN is a European research network working in the field of archiving and processing of language-related resources in the humanities and social sciences. CLARIN is an acronym for Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure. CLARIN is a community of scholars of various disciplines and a network of institut ... Read »


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    • COCOA (digital humanities)

    • COCOA was an early piece of word processing software and associated file format for digital humanities, then known as humanities computing. It was approximately 4000 punched cards of FORTRAN and created in the late 1960s and early 1970s at University College London and the Atlas Computer Laboratory in Harwell, Oxfordsh ... Read »


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    • Computers and writing

    • Computers and writing is the name of a sub-field of college English studies whose members are dedicated to the academic study of how computers, as well as other, related digital technologies, affect literacy and the writing process. The range of inquiry in this field is quite broad and can include studies as diverse as ... Read »


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    • Corpus Corporum

    • Corpus Córporum (Lat. "the collection of collections") or in full, Corpus Córporum: repositorium operum latinorum apud universitatem Turicensem, is a digital Medieval Latin library developed by the University of Zurich, Institute for Greek and Latin Philology. As of May 2016, the repository contains a total of 13 ... Read »


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    • Cultural analytics

    • Cultural analytics is the exploration and research of massive cultural data sets of visual material – both digitized visual artifacts and contemporary visual and interactive media. Taking on the challenge of how to best explore large collections of rich cultural content, cultural analytics researchers developed ne ... Read »


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    • Cybertext

    • Cybertext is the organization of text in order to analyze the influence of the medium as an integral part of the literary dynamic, as defined by Espen Aarseth in 1997. Aarseth defined it as a type of ergodic literature. The term cybertext was coined by speculative fiction poetry author Bruce Boston. It is derived ... Read »


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    • Day of Archaeology

    • The Day of Archaeology is an annual, 24-hour, international online event in which archaeologists and those in related fields write blog posts about their work. It was inspired by the Day of Digital Humanities and, similarly, allows practitioners of many kinds, to document their work informally and 'provide a window int ... Read »


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    • David De Roure

    • David De Roure

      David Charles De Roure PhDFBCSMIMA CITP is a Professor of e-Research at the University of Oxford, Director of the Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC) and Co-Director of the Institute for the Future of Computing in the Oxford Martin School. From 2009 to 2013 he held the post of National Strategic Director for e-Social Scien ... Read »


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    • Marilyn Deegan

    • Professor Marilyn Deegan is the former Director of Research Development at the former Centre for Computing in the Humanities, now the Department of Digital Humanities), King's College London. Originally a scientist, she now has over twenty years experience in Digital Humanities and digital libraries, with a particular ... Read »


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    • Digital Classicist

    • The Digital Classicist is a community of those interested in the application of Digital Humanities to the field of Classics and to ancient world studies more generally. The project claims the twin aims of bringing together scholars and students with an interest in computing and the ancient world, and disseminating advi ... Read »


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    • Digital classics

    • Digital classics is the application of the tools of digital humanities to the field of classics, or more broadly to the study of the ancient world. Classics was one of the first of the humanities disciplines to adopt computing approaches; the first references to the use of computing in the classical humanities dat ... Read »


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    • Digital history

    • Digital history is the use of digital media to further historical analysis, presentation, and research. It is a branch of the Digital humanities and an extension of quantitative history, cliometrics, and computing. Digital history is commonly digital public history, concerned primarily with engaging online audiences wi ... Read »


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    • Digital Humanities conference

    • The Digital Humanities conference is an academic conference for the field of digital humanities. It is hosted by Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations and has been held annually since 1989. The first joint conference was held in 1989, at the University of Toronto—but that was the 16th annual meeting of ... Read »


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    • Digital Humanities Quarterly

    • Digital Humanities Quarterly is a peer-reviewed open-access academic journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities. The journal is also a community experiment in journal publication. The journal is funded and published by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations and its editor-in-chief is Jul ... Read »


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    • Digital Humanities Summer Institute

    • The Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) is an annual digital humanities training program held in June at the University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada. DHSI now attracts over 600 participants for a week of courses, forum discussions, paper sessions, and unconferences. DHSI started in 2001 at Vancouver I ... Read »


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    • Digital Medievalist

    • Digital Medievalist is an academic project and community-building organization for those who are interested in the use of computers and computational techniques in the academic field of medieval studies, a sub-field of digital humanities. Digital Medievalist was established in 2003 as an international collaborativ ... Read »


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    • Digital rhetoric

    • Digital rhetoric is a way of informing, persuading, and inspiring action in an audience through digital media. It is an advancing form of communication composed, created, and distributed through multimedia platforms. Rhetoric combines multiple methods such as persuasion, effective writing, and effective speaking to pre ... Read »


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    • Digital scholarship

    • Digital scholarship is the use of digital evidence, methods of inquiry, research, publication and preservation to achieve scholarly and research goals. Digital scholarship can encompass both scholarly communication using digital media and research on digital media. An important aspect of digital scholarship is the effo ... Read »


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    • Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative

    • The Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI) is a digital humanities initiative involving numerous academic professors and institutions around the world with the stated goal of creating a networked digital atlas by creating tools and setting standards for dynamic, digital maps. ECAI was established in 1997 by Emeri ... Read »


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    • English Broadside Ballad Archive

    • The English Broadside Ballad Archive (EBBA) is a digital library of 17th-century English Broadside Ballads, a project of the English Department of the University of California, Santa Barbara. The project archives ballads in multiple accessible digital formats. The English Broadside Ballad Archive was created in 20 ... Read »


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    • EpiDoc

    • The EpiDoc Collaborative, building recommendations for structured markup of epigraphic documents in TEI XML, was originally formed in 2000 by scholars at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Tom Elliott, the former director of the Ancient World Mapping Center, with Hugh Cayless and Amy Hawkins. The guidelin ... Read »


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    • European Association for Digital Humanities

    • European Association for Digital Humanities

      The European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH), formerly known as the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC), is a digital humanities organisation founded in London in 1973. Its purpose is to promote the advancement of education in the digital humanities through the development and use of comp ... Read »


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    • EVIA Digital Archive Project

    • The Ethnographic Video for Instruction and Analysis (EVIA) Digital Archive Project is a collaborative project that aims to create a digital registry of ethnographic field video for use by instructors and scholars. It is a collection of digitized, unedited videos which represent ethnographic research and its correspondi ... Read »


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    • Feminist digital humanities

    • Feminist Digital Humanities is a more recent development in the field of Digital Humanities as a whole. Feminist Digital Humanities has risen partly due to recent criticism of the propensity of Digital Humanities to further patriarchal or hegemonic discourses in the Academy. Some of the research in feminist digital hum ... Read »


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    • First Monday (journal)

    • First Monday  

      First Monday is a monthly peer-reviewed open access academic journal covering research on the Internet. The journal is sponsored and hosted by the University of Illinois at Chicago. It is published on the first Monday of every month. In 2011, the journal had an acceptance rate of about 15%. The journal has no art ... Read »


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    • Genetic editing

    • Genetic editing (French critique génétique; German genetische Kritik) is an approach to scholarly editing in which an exemplar is seen as derived from a dossier of other manuscripts and events. The derivation can be through physical cut and paste; writing or drawing in a variety of media; quotation, annotation or ... Read »


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    • H-Net

    • H-Net ("Humanities & Social Sciences Online") is an interdisciplinary forum for scholars in the humanities and social sciences. It is best known for hosting electronic mailing lists organized by academic disciplines; according to the organization's website, H-Net lists reach over 100,000 subscribers in more than 90 cou ... Read »


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    • H-Soz-u-Kult

    • H-Soz-u-Kult (Humanities – Sozial und Kulturgeschichte) is a moderated online information and communication platform for historians which disseminates academic news and publications. The project is committed to the principles of open access and community network. Since its founding in 1996 the central editorial o ... Read »


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    • HASTAC

    • HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory, pronounced "haystack") is a virtual organization of more than 14,000 individuals and institutions dedicated to innovative new modes of learning and research in higher education, K-12, and lifelong learning. HASTAC network members contribute to ... Read »


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    • Heidelberg Research Architecture

    • The Heidelberg Research Architecture (HRA) is the Digital Humanities unit of the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context" at Heidelberg University. It embraces digital resource development, project consultation and trainings for researchers and students. The HRA’s specialists work with researche ... Read »


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    • Susan Hockey

    • Susan Hockey is an Emeritus Professor of Library and Information Studies at University College London. She has written about the history of digital humanities, the development of text analysis applications, electronic textual mark-up, teaching computing in the humanities, and the role of libraries in managing digital r ... Read »


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    • Humanist (electronic seminar)

    • Humanist is an international electronic seminar on humanities computing and the digital humanities, in the form of a long-running electronic mailing list and its associated archive. The primary aim of Humanist is to provide a forum for discussion of intellectual, scholarly, pedagogical, and social issues and for exchan ... Read »


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    • Humanistic informatics

    • Humanistic Informatics (also known as Humanities informatics) is one of several names chosen for the study of the relationship between human culture and technology. The term is fairly common in Europe, but is little known in the English-speaking world, though Digital Humanities (also known as Humanities computing) is i ... Read »


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    • Jane Hunter (scientist)

    • Professor Jane Hunter is the Director of University of Queensland's e-Research Lab and Chair of the Australian Academy of Science's National Committee for Data in Science; Vice-President of the National Executive Committee for Digital Humanities; and Member of Scientific Committee of the ICSU World Data System.E-resear ... Read »


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    • Internet Shakespeare Editions

    • The Internet Shakespeare Editions is a non-profit organization that produces a website devoted to William Shakespeare and his works. The organization is an associate member of the Shakespeare Theatre Association of America, under the classification of theatre service provider, and is supported by the University of Vict ... Read »


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    • Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation

    • The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal created and edited by Nigel Gilbert (University of Surrey). The journal publishes articles in computational sociology, social simulation, complexity science, and artificial societies. Its approach is multi-disciplina ... Read »


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    • Friedrich Kittler

    • Friedrich A. Kittler (June 12, 1943 – October 18, 2011) was a literary scholar and a media theorist. His works relate to media, technology, and the military. Friedrich Adolf Kittler was born in 1943 in Rochlitz in Saxony. His family fled with him to West Germany in 1958, where from 1958 to 1963 he went to a n ... Read »


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    • Libraries in Second Life

    • Second Life (SL) is an immersive 3D environment that can be used for entertainment and educational purposes. Due to increasing interest in digital services, some libraries have established virtual services on Second Life. By 2007, there were more than 40 libraries in Second Life and the number is increasing. Many of t ... Read »


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    • Library and Archival Exhibitions on the Web

    • Library and Archival Exhibitions on the Web is an international database of online exhibitions which is a service of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries. Two categories of online exhibitions are included in the database: exhibitions created by libraries, archives, historical societies, and other scholarly instit ... Read »


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    • Library of the Printed Web

    • Printed Web

      Library of the Printed Web is a physical archive devoted to web-to-print artists’ books, zines and other printout matter. Founded by Paul Soulellis in 2013, the collection was acquired by The Museum of Modern Art Library in January 2017. The project has been described as "web culture articulated as printed art ... Read »


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    • Literary and Linguistic Computing

    • Digital Scholarship in the Humanities is a peer-reviewed academic journal of the European Association for Digital Humanities that covers all aspects of computing and information technology applied to Arts and Humanities research. It is the main journal in the field of Digital Humanities. The journal is published by Oxf ... Read »


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    • Willard McCarty

    • Willard McCarty is Professor of Humanities Computing in the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London, England, where he is director of the doctoral programme in the department. He is a visiting professor in the Digital Humanities Research Group in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at the ... Read »


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    • Music Encoding Initiative

    • The Music Encoding Initiative (MEI) is an open-source effort to create a system for representation musical documents in a machine-readable structure. MEI closely mirrors work done by text scholars in the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) and while the two encoding initiatives are not formally related, they share many comm ... Read »


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    • New literacies

    • New literacies generally are new forms of literacy made possible by digital technology developments, although new literacies do not necessarily have to involve use of digital technologies to be recognized as such. The term "new literacies" itself is relatively new within the field of literacy studies (the first documen ... Read »


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    • Online exhibition

    • An online exhibition, also referred to as a virtual exhibition, online gallery, cyber-exhibition, is an exhibition whose venue is cyberspace. Museums and other organizations create online exhibitions for many reasons. For example, an online exhibition may: expand on material presented at, or generate interest in, or c ... Read »


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    • Overlapping markup

    • In markup languages and the digital humanities, overlap occurs when a document has two or more structures that interact in a non-hierarchical manner. A document with overlapping markup cannot be represented as a tree. This is also known as concurrent markup. Overlap happens, for instance, in poetry, where there may be ... Read »


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    • Perseus Project

    • The Perseus Project (also known as the Perseus Hopper) is a digital library project of Tufts University, which is located in Medford and Somerville, near Boston, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The project assembles digital collections of humanities resources. It is hosted by the department of Classics. Suffering a ... Read »


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    • Ernesto Priani

    • Ernesto Priani

      Ernesto Priani (9 May 1962 Mexico City) is a philosopher, professor, digital humanist, digital editor. He born in Mexico City. He received undergraduate, master's and doctorate in philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, obtaining this last degree with ho ... Read »


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    • Roman de la Rose Digital Library

    • The Roman de la Rose Digital Library (Rose DL) is a joint project of the Sheridan Libraries of the Johns Hopkins University and the Bibliothèque nationale de France. The goal of the Rose DL is to create an online library of all manuscripts containing the 13th-century poem Roman de la Rose. The library currently disp ... Read »


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    • Seamus Ross

    • Seamus Ross (November 12, 1957) is a digital humanities and digital curation academic and researcher based in Canada. Seamus Ross was born 12 November 1957, the son of James Francis Ross, a philosopher, and Kathleen Fallon Ross, a nurse. After graduating from the William Penn Charter School, he earned his A.B. (19 ... Read »


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    • Software studies

    • Software studies is an emerging interdisciplinary research field, which studies software systems and their social and cultural effects. The implementation and use of software has been studied in recent fields such as cyberculture, Internet studies, new media studies, and digital culture, yet prior to software stud ... Read »


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    • Stylometry

    • Stylometry is the application of the study of linguistic style, usually to written language, but it has successfully been applied to music and to fine-art paintings as well. Stylometry is often used to attribute authorship to anonymous or disputed documents. It has legal as well as academic and literary applications, ... Read »


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    • Text Encoding Initiative

    • The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) is a text-centric community of practice in the academic field of digital humanities, operating continuously since the 1980s. The community currently runs a mailing list, meetings and conference series, and maintains an eponymous technical standard, a journal, a , a SourceForge reposit ... Read »


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    • THATCamp

    • THATCamp

      THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is a user-generated unconference for technologists and humanities professionals, including university and college faculty, librarians and archivists, and museum staff. Participants set the agenda for work and discussion on the fly, in the manner of a BarCamp. The THATCamp ... Read »


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    • Theoi Project

    • The Theoi Project (also known as Theoi Greek Mythology) is a digital library website about Greek mythology and its representation in classical literature and ancient Greek art. It serves as a free reference to the gods (theoi), spirits (daimones), mythological creatures (theres) and heroes of ancient Greek mythology an ... Read »


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    • Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center

    • Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to seeking out, preserving, organizing, and disseminating Tibetan Buddhist texts and Tibetan literature. Founded in 1999 by E. Gene Smith, TBRC is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts and hosts a digital library of the largest colle ... Read »


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    • Virtual heritage

    • Virtual heritage or cultural heritage and technology is the body of works dealing with information and communication technologies (ICT) and their application to cultural heritage, such as virtual archaeology. Virtual heritage and cultural heritage have independent meanings: cultural heritage refers to sites, monuments, ... Read »


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    • William Blake Archive

    • The William Blake Archive is a digital humanities project first created in 1996. The project is sponsored by the Library of Congress and supported by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Inspired by the Rossetti Archive, the archive provides digital reproductions of the various works of William Blake, a pro ... Read »


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