Pinckney Statesmen Papers Project Announces Publication of Volume 1

The Pinckney Statesmen Papers Project is delighted to announce the publication of Volume 1 of the Papers of the Revolutionary Era Pinckney Statesmen Digital Edition. The volume is available online now through Rotunda, the digital imprint of the University of Virginia Press, at http://rotunda.upress.virginia.edu/founders/PNKY.html. PREVIEW ACCESS IS FREE TO ALL […]

Women Writers Project – Teaching Partnership

The Women Writers in Review collection (http://wwp.neu.edu/review/) is looking for partners with for their piloting assignments. They are searching for pedagogical consultants who would work with them to create and test assignments to be published with their collections of teaching materials. For more information, please see: http://wwp.neu.edu/research/projects/reception/pedagogical-development.html

Women Writers Project – TEI Workshops

Registration is now open for three upcoming TEI-related workshops offered by the Women Writers Project and the Digital Scholarship Group at the Northeastern University Library. We’ll be offering the following seminars: Introduction to XSLT Northeastern University, January 12 and 19, 1–4pm; January 13, 10am–1pm Cost: $150 Registration deadline: January 9, […]

Registration is open for the American Historical Association Annual Meeting

Join us in Denver on January 5-8, 2017, for the 131st Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association. The meeting offers four days of the latest scholarship, professional development, and unparalleled networking opportunities for historians in all fields and professions. Preregister now (rates increase on December 16) Book your hotel (AHA discounted rates of $119 per […]

Sanger Papers Project Completes 4-Volume Book Edition

We are pleased to announce the publication of ‘Round the World for Birth Control, 1920-1966, the fourth and final volume of The Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger has been published by the University of Illinois Press.  The 720-page volume  addresses Sanger’s least studied activities  from her groundbreaking advocacy of birth […]

American Historical Association Annual Meeting: Registration Now Open

Registration is open for the American Historical Association Annual Meeting Join us in Denver on January 5-8, 2017, for the 131st Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association. The meeting offers four days of the latest scholarship, professional development, and unparalleled networking opportunities for historians in all fields and professions. Preregister now (rates increase on December […]

The Papers of James Madison: Faculty Editor

The Papers of James Madison at the University of Virginia invites applicants for the position of a faculty editor, at the level of assistant or associate editor. Candidates should have an outstanding record of research in the area of diplomatic and political history of the early American republic (ca. 1783-ca. […]

Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative – Issue 9, 2016

The recent issue of the Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative (Issue 9, 2016) includes an article titled “Towards a Model for Encoding Correspondence in the TEI” which is relevant to those involved with documentary editing. It provides recommendations on encoding letters with critical metadata, highlights the importance of the Model Editions Partnership, […]

Jane Addams Papers Project: Part-Time Assistant Editor Position

The Jane Addams Papers Project is seeking a part-time Assistant Editor to help work on the preparation of Volume 4 of the Selected Papers of Jane Addams. The position is funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is renewable year-by-year dependent on funding. The Selected […]