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Month: September 2017

To the Right Honourable, Virtuous, Heroical Reader

To the Right Honourable, Virtuous, Heroical Reader

This post was authored by Anna Kroon, University of New Haven class of 2019, who held an internship at the WWP during the summer of 2017.  I came to the Women Writers Project really excited to work on such a large project with a wide variety of texts in their files. My experience was limited to Victorian shipboard newspapers, so anything not related to the ocean or intellectual boat humor was thrilling to me. Since I had experience with XML…

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WWP Practicum Series

WWP Practicum Series

We’re delighted to announce that the WWP will be offering a new practicum series during the 2017–2018 academic year. In this series, we’ll be holding two-hour workshops focused on particular skills and tools. Each session will be held from 10am to 12pm in the Digital Scholarship Commons in Snell Library. In the fall, we will be offering: October 4: File Management For Digital Humanities Researchers. This session will cover essential strategies and design considerations for organizing files and research data for…

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