Michael Sinatra named Co-Director of NINES

NINES is excited to announce that Michael Sinatra has been named Co-Director of NINES (, sharing the role with Andrew Stauffer of the University of Virginia. Based at the Université de Montreal, Sinatra is the founding editor of the open access e-journal ‘Romanticism on the Net’ (launched in February 1996) and the director of the Montreal-based interuniversity […]

Jane Austen & the Arts CFP

SUNY Plattsburgh is hosting a bicentenary conference on “Jane Austen & the Arts” 23-25 March 2017 on the Plattsburgh State campus.  Peter Sabor will deliver a keynote address on portraiture as misrepresentation.  Special student sessions (reserved for advanced undergraduates and graduates) are scheduled for Thursday, 23 March.  All other papers will be delivered by faculty […]

Juxta and Frankenstein in the Classroom

In case you missed it, NINES’s digital collation tool Juxta got a shout-out from Tawnya Ravy on the Studies in the Novel website. As Tawnya explains, “Scholarly editions of [Frankenstein] often include the 1818 preface and 1831 introduction as paratexts for understanding the authorial background of the text, and Juxta allows students to verify Shelley’s claims about the distribution of alterations […]

Call for Chapters: International Migrations in the Victorian Era

Call for Chapters International Migrations in the Victorian Era, Leiden: Brill, 2017. Edited by Marie Ruiz (Université Paris Diderot, LARCA) Migration in the Victorian era has been identified as a paramount feature of the history of worldwide migrations and diasporas. Contrary to popular belief, the Victorian era was not only marked by an extensive exodus […]

Lecture by Tom Mole at Rare Book School, March 17

Lecture by Tom Mole at Rare Book School, March 17

NINES is co-sponsoring a talk at Rare Book School on March 17 by Tom Mole, Reader in English Literature and Director of the Centre for the History of the Book at the University of Edinburgh. More info here: The talk, titled “Scattered Odes in Shattered Books: Romantic Poems in Victorian Anthologies,” is free and open […]

Carlyle Letters Online now available on NINES

We are excited to announce that the Carlyle Letters Online project (CLO) is now available on NINES. CLO offers users a unique perspective on the 19th century through the words of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle. On the CLO site you can browse over 10,000 of the Carlyles’ collected letters by date, recipient, subject, and volume. NINES and CLO invite you […]

NINES Discounts for DHSI

We are pleased to announce that Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship will be partnering with the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) in order to offer opportunities for members to participate in the series of DH courses at the University of Victoria, June 6th-10th and June 13th-17th 2016. Registration for DHSI is now open. This year […]

Announcing Joanna Swafford as Executive Council Member and Head of Pedagogical Initiatives

NINES is pleased to announce that Professor Joanna Swafford will be joining NINES as a member of the Executive Council. Professor Swafford is Assistant Professor for Interdisciplinary and Digital Teaching and Scholarship at SUNY New Paltz where she directs the Digital Arts, Sciences, and Humanities (DASH) Lab. Professor Swafford, a former NINES fellow, will also […]

New Peer-Reviewed Resource: The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe

NINES is excited to announce the availability of our newest peer review resource: The Collected Works of Edgar Allan Poe. The archive is  a comprehensive collection of e-texts of all of Poe’s prose and poetic writings, from the original sources and with multiple versions to reflect revisions during his lifetime. As this is a large resource, […]

New Resource in NINES: Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly

NINES is excited to announce the inclusion of a new resource in our system: Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly. The archive aims to offer searchable online issues of 40 years of BLQ‘s back catalog. Check out the first installment from the journal via this saved search. Happy researching!