Six papers on epidemic disease in London from the 14th to 19th centuries.
web exhibit showcasing of some of the earliest sources for the history of golf in Scotland
A major, multi-disciplinary research project investigating the meanings, treatment, and uses of the criminal corpse.
online exhibition presenting impressions of the West in maps from 1540 to 1900
Case studies and interactive visualization tools of 18th-century social networks.
Website of a 2001 Bodleian exhibition, focusing on the development of printed trade cards and similar materials
the benefactors, property acquisitions, bequests and charitable activity of The Clothworkers’ Company in the City of London, late 15th to late 17th century
Resource on professional performers on tour in the provinces – their patrons, the performance venues they used and the routes they took across the kingdom
project to increase public awareness of sites of the London theatres of Shakespeare’s time
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon is a digital reconstruction of the early modern social network.
A project to stage Sir David Lyndsay’s A Satire of the Three Estates as part of a wider investigation of the Scottish Renaissance and Stewart court
a compendium of influential texts, authors, and scholars that helped shape the development of children’s literature during this period
online exhibition of the University of Otago Library collection of the Gentleman’s Magazine (1731-1866), ‘an inexhaustible mine of information for scholars of eighteenth century life’.
The Mind Is a Collection is a born-digital museum of early modern cognitive models.
a virtual tour of the Harvard Map Collection 2011 exhibition Toward a National Cartography: American Mapmaking, 1782-1800
TIDE aims to investigate how mobility in the great age of travel and discovery shaped English perceptions of human identity.
The Virtual Paul’s Cross Project enables us to experience the delivery of John Donne’s sermon for Gunpowder Day, November 5, 1622 as an event that unfolds over time on a particular occasion in Paul’s Churchyard