Category Project Team Introductions
Hi, this is my second year on the project. Along with letters, I’ve been working on the drama, Rienzi (1828). During this process I have become well-versed in the joys and perils of versioning. I look forward to meeting and working with you all.
Hi, everyone – I’m Catherine S Cox, one of the new editors who’ll be meeting you all very soon at this year’s gathering at Pitt-Greensburg. I’ve heard such wonderful things about this community, and am so inspired by what Elisa has shown me of this impressive collaborative project, that it’s a real privilege to have […]
Hello, I’m Molly O’Donnell, a new editor from UNLV who is very excited to learn more in the upcoming week and be a part of such an important project. Thank you to Elisa and all the other editors for including me and sharing all the incredible work done thus far. Looking forward to meeting everyone […]
Hello! I am an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay. For the Digital Mitford, I am editing Mitford’s fascinating banned play The Tragedy of Charles I. In dramatizing the Regicide and the founding of the Commonwealth, Mitford belongs to a long chain of imaginative writers, including Percy Bysshe Shelley (author of an unfinished […]
Greetings! Since 2007, I have photographed over 300 of Mitford’s letters in the Reading Central Library, and another 150 letters in the John Ryland’s Library in Manchester. I also maintain this project’s Excel database documenting over 1000 individual letters and manuscripts. This summer, we plan to return to Reading to photograph the remaining 500+ letters […]
Hello, I’m Jim Rovira, one of the new editors who will be coming in next week. I’m writing here to introduce myself. I’d like first to say thank you to Elisa and her team for their hard work on this project, and for being an open, welcoming community — not to mention the first rate […]
I’ve created a new category on this blog site for our editors to introduce themselves. We also have a “Theory and Methods” category for posts on coding, editing, scholarly methods, theory of text, other matters of interest to us–a good place to post links and write about ideas of interest to our project team and […]