New resource: The Old Bailey Online

18thConnect and NINES are happy to announce our newest resource: The Old Bailey Online, a fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London’s central criminal court. In all, The Old Bailey Online brings more than 104,000 full-text objects into […]

Over 100,000 new objects added

In the last month we’ve been busy adding new resources, bringing our tally up to 636,265 (148,868 full text). Two of these,  the English Short Title Catalogue and the Past Masters British Philosophy 1600-1900, are the first sites to be shared with our sister site, 18thConnect (coming online in July 2010) and represent an exciting […]

NINES makes news

The NINES project was recently featured in UVA Today, a newsletter dedicated to research at the University of Virginia. The timing couldn’t be better for showcasing our redesigned interface. Also, in case you haven’t seen it, HPCWire posted an interview with 18thConnect organizers Laura Mandell and Robert Markley about humanities computing in late November. It’s a […]