Monthly Archives: July 2013

Citing and Contributing to Digital Resources

How should we cite digital resources in our scholarly work? If we consult a book in EEBO or ECCO, for instance, should we cite the database or the physical book? Does it matter? And what of democratically-constructed resources, like Wikipedia? … Continue reading

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‘What is Early Modern English Catholicism?’ Durham 28 June-1 July, 2013

There are big conferences and then there are epic conferences. The ‘What is Early Modern English Catholicism?’ conference was the latter sort and centred around a weighty question. According to the CFP the aim was to bring together an interdisciplinary … Continue reading

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