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Slow metadata for old novels.
Penn Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Swarthmore English Department
RT @pfyfe CLIR postdoc in DH + library collaborations working on @EarlyNovelsDB at Swarthmore & UPenn clir.org/fellowships/po… #c19dh
About 2 weeks ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
We're hiring! The #Swarthmore--#Penn #CLIR two-year postdoc. Old novels, new metadata, amazing scholarly community. clir.org/fellowships/po…
About 2 months ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
@_nabilk @TheToast Try 1,000! But, hey, it's great to see the wacky 18th c. getting some much-needed attention.
About 6 months ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
RT @sierraeckert Eating lunch at HILT, but thinking of @EarlyNovelsDB pic.twitter.com/YhL9wp0C1M
END is excited to be spending the day with the CLIR fellows!
About 7 months ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
RT @rbuurma Reading thousands of 18th-century novel footnotes with @EarlyNovelsDB #articleweek
What do readers leave in their 18th c. novels? flickr.com/search/?tags=f…
Compare title page design for The Card (1755): bit.ly/1nabTzw pic.twitter.com/9eQhAW890V
@lbphilly @MitchFraas"...Or, the Triumph of the Graces. Exemplified in the Real Life and Fortunes of a Young Lady of Some Distinction"
Colored frontispieces from three different copies of The Card: pic.twitter.com/HbGKkBqGl6