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June 23, 2016

What forms of scholarship become possible when we reconceive of the spaces between readers, writers, and texts as thresholds rather than boundaries? as dynamic zones of embroilment rather than definitive limit-points? In an effort to answer this question, this project … Read more


June 23, 2016

In 1625, Nicholas Ferrar and his mother Mary left London to found the Anglican community of Little Gidding. There, the extended Ferrar family practiced a rigorous schedule of communal devotion: they prayed and sang together at appointed hours; children read … Read more

Seeing Syllabi

June 14, 2016

The idea for the Seeing Syllabi project grew out of brainstorming sessions with some colleagues (Steve Brauer, Christine Tulley, Zac Zimmer, and Michael Simeone, any of whom may rejoin our efforts at some point) at the Digital Humanities High Performance … Read more


April 13, 2016

The How Do You Say It? project is an interdisciplinary and community service oriented project that exploits DH Press to layer, map and visualize information about the Spanish language varieties used to address Latin@ audiences in the prevention of intimate … Read more

Exploring Celtic Civilizations

January 26, 2016

Exploring Celtic Civilizations is an online coursebook suitable for undergraduates introducing the field of Celtic Studies: the various kinds of evidence available about Celtic-speaking communities through over two millennia and the methods available for understanding them. This digital coursebook thus … Read more

Library of Southern Literature

September 9, 2015

The Library of Southern Literature includes a wide range of literary works of the American South published before 1924. This collection was originally based on Dr. Robert Bain’s bibliography of the hundred most important southern literary works and continues to … Read more

North American Slave Narratives

September 9, 2015

North American Slave Narratives collects books and articles that document the individual and collective story of African Americans struggling for freedom and human rights in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. This collection includes all the existing autobiographical narratives … Read more

Verses & Fragments: The James L. Dusenbery Journal

September 9, 2015

At the heart of Verses and Fragments is the journal of James Lawrence Dusenbery: the “book of verses and fragments” that he kept to chronicle his senior year at the University of North Carolina from 1841 to 1842. To help … Read more

William Blake Archive

August 27, 2015

The William Blake Archive is a hypermedia archive sponsored by the Library of Congress and supported by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of Rochester, and the Scholarly Editions and Translations Division of the National Endowment … Read more