We are always looking for people and projects to work with us on our ambitious attempts at ‘Mapping Print, Connecting Cultures’. Opportunities can be found at all levels for Research Students seeking to develop their research profiles in European enlightenment, eighteenth-century British, or nineteenth and twentieth-century Book History by working on or with a world-leading digital humanities project.
Equally we are happy to offer our advice, expertise and support to scholars at all levels working on bibliometric projects on other historical periods or world cultures, or to work with Digital Humanities projects in cognate areas. We believe that to move the field forward, it is necessary that we work together to develop and share common digital standards, data structures, tools, metadata, approaches and best practice guidelines.
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