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New Resource in NINES: The Journals of Lewis & Clark Online

The University of Nebraska – Lincoln’s superb resource, The Journals of Lewis & Clark Online is now available through NINES. From the print edition edited by Gary Moulton, the NEH-funded resource is overseen by an editorial advisory board and now includes over one thousand rigorously encoded digital objects. The site features audio, video, text and […]

Morris Online Edition Peer Reviewed

A new digital edition of William Morris’s The Life and Death of Jason (Florence Boos, ed.) has been peer reviewed by the NINES editorial boards. This resource includes sumptuous page images from the 1895 Kelmscott edition, as well as supplementary materials such as maps, collations and contemporary reviews. Browse the site’s content in NINES here. […]

Scholar != Island

[NINES welcomes graduate fellow Jean Bauer ( Ph.D. Candidate, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia) for 2009-2010 school year] I recently gave a presentation on letters as primary sources — their format, use in historical inquiry in general, role in my dissertation research (and database design) specifically, etc. (My talk was part of an […]

New resource: The Letters of Robert Bloomfied and His Circle

Romantic Circles recently announced a new edition to their site, The Letters of Robert Bloomfied and His Circle, edited by Tim Fulford and Lynda Pratt, with Associate Editor John Goodridge and Technical Editor Laura Mandell. NINES is happy to announce that these letters are now fully searchable within the Collex interface, complete with the accompanying […]

Newest Issue of 19 now in NINES

Issue 8 of 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century is now available for searching and collecting in NINES. Guest edited by Michael Dobson, the theme is “Victorian Theatricalities,” featuring essays by Beth Palmer, Brian Willis, Juliet John, Kate Mattacks and Nigel Cliff. Read more about this particular issue here, or browse the content […]

COST Action 32: Open Scholarly Communities on the Web

Launched in April of 2006, the COST (Co-operation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research) Action 32 is an initiative dedicated to creating a research infrastructure for humanities scholarship on the Web. Meant to foster international cooperation between projects and communities already pursuing digital humanities scholarship, this group facilitates collaborations among scholars and allows for healthy […]

New Resource in NINES: Emily Dickinson’s Correspondences

The Rotunda Imprint of the University of Virginia Press recently released Emily Dickinson’s Correspondences, an XML-based archive bringing together seventy-four poems and letters from Emily’s correspondence with her sister-in-law and primary confidante, Susan Dickinson. NINES is happy to announce that this impressive archive has now been been aggregated, and is fully searchable through the Collex […]