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Marking the Centenary of Virginia Woolf’s first novel: The Voyage Out.

26 March 2015

This month marks the centenary of the publication of Virginia Woolf’s first novel The Voyage Out. The novel was published by Duckworth & Co. on the 26 March 1915 in an edition of 2,000 copies. It follows the development of...

Greek Manuscripts Digitisation Project: The final seventy-five manuscripts go online

26 March 2015

The third phase of the Greek Manuscripts Digitisation Project has now drawn to a close. In this update, we give details of the last manuscripts to be digitised in this phase. In the coming weeks, a number of additional posts...

Political parties in the UK Web Archive

25 March 2015

As there’s only six weeks to go until the General Election, it might be a good time to look back on the previous elections web sphere, through the 2005 and 2010 General Election websites collected by the UK Web Archive....

Enabling Complex Analysis of Large Scale Digital Collections

25 March 2015

Jisc have announced the projects that have been funded through their Research Data Spring programme. One of those chosen is 'Enabling Complex Analysis of Large Scale Digital Collections', a project led by Melissa Terras (Professor of Digital Humanities, UCL) in...

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