Curating Correspondence in a Digital Age

As ever – instructive, interesting, engaging on several levels.

Lives of Letters

The first phase of activities of the Lives and Afterlives of Letters Network during semester 1 consist of three seminars. These take the form of four 10-minute lightning talks with 40 minutes of interdisciplinary discussion following, with a special focus on methodological issues and the sharing of best practices.

The second session took place on Thursday 9 November in the historic surrounds of the Christie Room at the John Rylands Library, and centred on the practice of Curating Correspondence.

A report of the four lightning talks and the discussion following is provided below.

David Denison (UoM, Linguistics & English Language): Mary Hamilton Papers

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Note from Princess Augusta Sophia to Mary Hamilton, on the back of a letter written in another hand, 1781 (Mary Hamilton Papers HAM/1/1/5)

Prof David Denison, Emeritus Professor of Linguistics and English Language, focused on issues of digital curation in the Image to Text:…

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