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Archive for May, 2006

Project Launch

Monday, May 22nd, 2006

Well, it may have been a long time in the coming, but the Imagining History project is finally getting ready to launch its electronic research outputs. Along the way, time and staffing constraints have meant that we’ve had to downsize some of our ambitions, but we remain relatively pleased with the outcome.

The project now has three electronic strands: the first is this blog, a platform for scholarly discussion and collaboration which will continue after we announce ‘completion’ of the project; the second is a database of manuscript descriptions; the third is a ‘wiki’ which contextualises the descriptions and extends discussion of speciic case-studies. What we originally termed our ‘exercises in cultural mapping’ are spread across the database and the wiki and where we have been able, we have mapped the dissemination and reception of the Prose Brut according to the ‘tube-map’ scheme we introduced at various contexts in 2004 and 2005.

We are still testing aspects of the website and database, and fine-tuning the search facilities. We hope to launch in the next couple of weeks…

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