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Month: May 2020

The WWP begins research on the representation of racial identities in early women’s writing

The WWP begins research on the representation of racial identities in early women’s writing

We are excited to announce that the WWP has begun work on a new project, “Representing Racial Identity in Early Women’s Writing,” funded by a Northeastern University TIER 1 grant awarded to professors Julia Flanders and Nicole Aljoe.  This project will develop new text encoding protocols and prototype data visualizations with attention to the representation of race in the Women Writers Online collection of early women’s texts. We will also convene an international group of scholars who work in critical…

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New reviews added to Women Writers in Review

New reviews added to Women Writers in Review

We’re excited to share that we’ve added six new reviews to Women Writers in Review (WWiR), a collection of close to 700 eighteenth- and nineteenth-century reviews, publication notices, literary histories, and other texts responding to works in Women Writers Online (WWO).  WWiR is always open access and can be used as a resource for research and teaching—or just for fun.  For those wanting to teach with the collection, we have a series of guides and assignments:  Teaching with Women Writers…

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