In advance of SHARP, here’s the poster I presented this week at the Digital Humanities Oxford Summer Institute! I’m grateful to everyone who came out to chat with me about the project.
We’ll have more information on this website soon, but if you’re attending the SHARP Annual Meeting in Paris, you can hear our preliminary findings there!
Our panel is on Tuesday, July 19th, Session 1j:
9h-10h30, BULAC – salle RJ23
A Text by Any Other Name: Citing Primary Sources in Bibliographical and Early Modern Studies / Pratiques de citation dans les études bibliographiques portant sur le début de l’époque moderne
Chair / Président(e) de séance : Eve Netchine (Bibliothèque nationale de France – Arsenal, France)
Meaghan J. Brown (Folger Shakespeare Library, United States): The Role of the Repository in Book History and Early Modern Scholarly Discussions
Jessica Otis (Carnegie Mellon University, United States): Early Modern Citations at the Intersection of Archives and the Internet
Paige Morgan (University of Miami, United States): Everyone Speaks Pidgin: Methods for Accessing and Analyzing Bibliographical Metadata