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Exploring how scholars use digital resources to reconstruct the 19th century, this volume probes key issues in the intersection of digital humanities and history. Part I examines the potential of online research tools for literary scholarship while Part II outlines a prehistory of digital virtuality by exploring specific Victorian cultural forms.
About the Author
Alison Booth, University of Virginia, USA Ruth Brimacombe, National Portrait Gallery, UK Susan Brown, University of Guelph, Canada Alison Chapman, University of Victoria, Canada Ryan Cordell, Northeastern University, USA Lisa Hager, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha, USA Natalie M. Houston, University of Houston, USA Christopher Keep, University of Western Ontario, Canada Peter Otto, University of Melbourne, Australia Catherine Robson, New York University, USA Michael E. Sinatra, University of Montreal, Canada