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-== Welcome to the Imagining History project wiki ==+<h2><b>Imagining History: Perspectives on late medieval vernacular historiography</b></h2>
-[[Image:mainbanner.gif]]+<h3>Welcome to the Imagining History Portal</h3>
 +The Imagining History Portal is designed as a resource for scholars and students of late medieval and early modern historiographical writings - initially, in English, but in future in the full variety of European vernaculars. Originally designed to support the Imagining History project, a project on the Middle English Prose Brut funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the Portal provides access both to that project's electronic outputs, but also to pages authored by the scholarly community on medieval and early modern historiographical writing of all kinds.
-'''Help:''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki What is a wiki?!]+* Read the Wiki [[FAQ]] (frequently asked questions)
 +* [http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/about/ About the original Imagining History project (2002-2005)]
 +* Register to contribute to the Wiki
-Over the coming weeks and months the '''Imagining History''' project will be launching its online outputs, which comprise of a index of descriptions of the manuscripts of the Middle English Prose ''Brut'', and an associated 'wiki' where the project's [http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/methods/index.htm exercises in cultural mapping] will be maintained.+'''Wiki Contents:''' [http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/resources/wiki/index.php/Special:Allpages View Index of Pages]
-Later in 2006, the wiki will be relaunched as a portal for Medieval Historiography and the project's outputs will be opened to the scholarly community for augmentation and expansion. The aim is that the wiki will function as a gateway for scholars interested in the codicological contexts of medieval historiographical writings in English.+[http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/resources/ The Imagining History Project Resources Page]
-* Read the [http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/resources/wiki/index.php/FAQ Wiki FAQ] (frequently asked questions)+[http://www.qub.ac.uk/imagining-history/resources/short/index.php View the Index of Short Descriptions]
 +This page provides access to the Imagining History project's database of manuscript descriptions. Longer descriptions of selected MSS are available via the Imagining History wiki.
- +'''Help:''' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki What is a wiki?!]
-Posted by: [[User:Stephen Kelly|Stephen Kelly]] 14:25, 13 February 2006 (GMT)+

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Imagining History: Perspectives on late medieval vernacular historiography

Welcome to the Imagining History Portal

The Imagining History Portal is designed as a resource for scholars and students of late medieval and early modern historiographical writings - initially, in English, but in future in the full variety of European vernaculars. Originally designed to support the Imagining History project, a project on the Middle English Prose Brut funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the Portal provides access both to that project's electronic outputs, but also to pages authored by the scholarly community on medieval and early modern historiographical writing of all kinds.

Wiki Contents: View Index of Pages

The Imagining History Project Resources Page

View the Index of Short Descriptions This page provides access to the Imagining History project's database of manuscript descriptions. Longer descriptions of selected MSS are available via the Imagining History wiki.


Help: What is a wiki?!

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