The Early Modern Commons

Archaeology of Reading

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Talking data

13 March 2017

Over the last decade or so, it has become commonplace to talk about data sets in relation to humanistic research. Whereas data sets seemed to be intrinsically linked to and part of...

Beta testing results: part II

30 January 2017

In an earlier blog post, Cynthia York addressed and summarised the invaluable comments we received from the 34 beta testers who willingly devoted some of their precious time to play...

John Dee’s annotated books at the Royal College of Physicians, London

16 January 2017

The AOR team is proud to announce that several colleagues and friends have agreed to write guests blogs for the AOR-website. This is the first of these guests blogs, written by Katie...


1 January 2017

By Earle Havens. Last month the Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Europe hosted and the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute co-sponsored at Johns Hopkins University...