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New resource: BRANCH

New resource: BRANCH

NINES is happy to announce the integration of a new resource: Britain, Represention, And Nineteenth-Century History (BRANCH), edited by Dino Franco Felluga. The site provides users with a free, expansive, searchable, reliable, peer-reviewed, copy-edited, easy-to-use overview of the period 1775-1925. And thanks to its site structure, BRANCH offers users an innovative approach to history itself, […]

Image of the Week: Front Cover, The Yellow Book, April 1895

Our featured image this week comes from our newest peer-reviewed project, The Yellow Nineties Online (Denisoff and Kooistra, eds.). Artist Patten Wilson was responsible for the cover of The Yellow Book in April 1895, depicting a young woman reading on a stylized, flattened couch, with her dog reclining in the foreground. Click here to view […]

New peer-reviewed resource: The Yellow Nineties Online

New peer-reviewed resource: The Yellow Nineties Online

Congratulations to Dennis Denisoff, Lorraine Janzen Kooistra and the whole team at The Yellow Nineties Online, the newest peer-reviewed resource in NINES! This project, which brings in more than 400 new objects, is dedicated to the study of The Yellow Book and other aesthetic periodicals that flourished in Great Britain in the 1890s. Visit the site […]

New peer-reviewed resource: The Correspondence of James McNeill Whistler

NINES welcomes our newest peer-reviewed resource, The Correspondence of James McNeill Whistler, edited by Margaret F. MacDonald, Patricia de Montfort and Nigel Thorp. Originally a project of the Centre for Whistler Studies, the project is now supported by University of Glasgow. This online edition includes the Letters of James McNeill Whistler from 1855-1903,  as well as those of […]

Newly peer-reviewed and updated: The Swinburne Project

Congratulations are in order for editor John Walsh and the team at The Algernon Charles Swinburne Project at Indiana University. Although a preliminary phase of the site had already been aggregated by NINES, a new review was scheduled after the scope of the project had expanded in the past few years. We’re happy to announce […]

Newly Peer-Reviewed: The Vault at Pfaff’s

Congratulations to Edward Whitley, Rob Weidman and the team at The Vault at Pfaff’s for the site’s peer review and aggregation with NINES. This resource, which has been available on the web since 2006, examines Charles Pfaff’s popular beer cellar in nineteenth-century New York, and the creative individuals who patronized it. This site offers more […]

It’s [A]live!: Introducing the Early American Foreign Service Database

This post is written by Jean Bauer, a 2009-2010 NINES Graduate Fellow. It is with great pleasure, and no small amount of trepidation, that I announce the launch of the Early American Foreign Service Database (EAFSD to its friends).  While the EAFSD has been designed as an independent, secondary source publication, it also exists symbiotically […]