Software success for UoN’s Early Modern Women Research Network
In an acknowledgment of UoN’s research leadership in the field of early modern women’s writing, the Early Modern Women Research…
[Left to right: Alexandra Day, Elizabeth McGrath, Wendy Alexander, Dr Trisha Pender and Prof Ros Smith]
EMWRN represents and investigates the various material contexts which women’s writing was circulated during the early modern era in England, through manuscript, print and oral culture, exploring the production, transmission and circulation of texts from the originary moment of their production to later redactions.
EMWRN’s digital archive The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women Writing delivers immediate online access to selected women’s manuscripts, enhancing the digital medium experience with exceptional archival images, alongside textual transcriptions and English translations. Multiple modes of circulation for texts have also been reproduced to offer a literary history on the transmission of individual texts. Revised and extensive textual histories and up to date biographies are also included for each writer, enhancing the understanding of both texts and author.