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DH Archives & Resource Lists

An ongoing updated list of DH archives & resource lists:

1. Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara / UCSB’s Media Arts, has the most insanely extensive list of DH resources here. A bit overwhelming though INCREDIBLY USEFUL

http://eng236introdh2013f.pbworks.com/w/page/67584062/DH%20Resources

2. This Week in E-Lit (paper.li news aggregator – very useful though always incomplete!)

http://paper.li/eliterature

3. Nieman Journalism Lab

 

Digital Humanities Text Databases:

British Library: Online Gallery

 

He do the Police in Different Voices, Adam Hammon & ENG 287, T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land

New Radial Blake Archive Visual Archive

http://omeka.org/ – archive/research online platform

Rosetti Archive, Jerome McGann

Victorian Literary Studies, Hyper Concordance

Victorian Women Writers Project (has TEI files)

William Blake Archive

William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury Hypertext Edition

Women Writers Project

Women Writers Project: Visualizing By Speakers in Drama by Gender

Woolf Online To the Lighthouse multimedia archive

 

Digital Humanities Centres & Labs:

Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska

Digital Humanities @Guelph

ETexts Projects, U of Virginia Library

Humanities Computing and Media Centre, University of Victoria

Institute for Qualitative Social Science, Harvard U, Technology Products

King’s College London Digital Humanities Program, Research Projects

Stanford Literary Lab, Franco Moretti (Director) – Projects page

Textual Studies Program, U of Washington

INKE – Implementing New Knowledge Environments

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