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July 6th, 2006


Hello, and welcome to the Imagining History Project. A few points for those accessing the database. Although there is a considerable body of data already available, you may find that a manuscript description is presently pending or under construction. If you find that this is the case for a manuscript which interests you, check if there is a Long Description in the Project Wiki. If there is no Long Description please revisit the database, as Short Descriptions continue to be uploaded on a daily basis. You may also find that some of the promised Wiki links are not, as yet, live. Again, I would ask for your patience, they are coming!

Other features of the database soon to be added include some cultural mapping exercises. At present I am developing an exercise to map the connections of the Brut in its London contexts, in terms of both production and readerships. If this interests you keep an eye on the Project’s website for updates.

I will reiterate Stephen’s comments that the database is open not only to your scrutiny, but also to your contributions. Please make use of the Project’s features which allow you to comment on, query, or make additions to the information we have recorded. If you are interested in sharing your own observations on the Brut corpus or related matters, but have concerns about doing so, please email any of the Project members for advice.

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