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"The American Scholar"

jennifermunroe (7 déc. 2015)

ByTaryn Dollings MA Student, UNC Charlotte Ralph Waldo Emerson describes “The American Scholar:” “He plies the slow, unhonored, and unpaid task of observation […] Long must he stammer in his speech; often forego the living for the dead. Worse yet, he must accept, – how often! Poverty and ...

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What is a Recipe?: A Recipes Project Virtual Conversation

lisasmith (14 mars 2017)

The Recipes Project is a DH/HistSTEM blog devoted to the study of recipes from all time periods and places. Our readership and contributors highlight the growing scholarly and popular interest in recipes. Over the five years that the RP has been running, our authors have continued to revisit one key ...

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The Community of the Transcribathon

jennifermunroe (30 nov. 2015)

By Breanne Weber MA Student, UNC Charlotte A few weeks ago, an international community gathered together with one purpose: to transcribe a 17th-century recipe book. I was one of the graduate students from UNC Charlotte fortunate enough to travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in the ...

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Transcribing Teamwork

jennifermunroe (15 déc. 2015)

By Kailan Sindelar Graduate Student, UNC Charlotte It’s a rule of mine that I travel with as little technology as I think is appropriate. It’s a rule that has kept me from being distracted by day-to-day electronic procrastinations and responsibilities when I am in a new, exciting place. Without ...

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To Make a Selebub

amytigner (7 févr. 2017)

Written by Marissa Nicosia Reposted from Cooking in the Archives The day after Christmas I opened my laptop and started transcribing a page of Constance Hall’s recipe book, Folger Shakespeare Library MS V.a.20. I did this every day for twelve days as part of an Early Modern Recipes Online (EMROC) ...

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The 1st Annual EMPS Transcribathon

jennifermunroe (5 avr. 2016)

The officers of the Early Modern Paleography Society at UNC Charlotte have been (very) busily preparing for our first annual EMPS Transcribathon! The Transcribathon will take place on Friday, April 8th, 2016 from 10 am – 3 pm EDT. Our main headquarters will be on the campus of UNC Charlotte, in ...

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The Winche Manuscript: What's Next?

rebeccallaroche (29 oct. 2015)

By Rebecca Laroche Ninety-three transcribers! 208 pages triple-keyed! Tweets and stewed pigeons, chocolate and perfume, what a marvelous transcribathon we had!  So what’s next? Collation page currently in beta on Dromio. First, comes collation and vetting, as well as an answer to a question that ...

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Counting down the hours...

Leong, Elaine (6 oct. 2015)

By Elaine Leong Things are buzzing here at EMROC headquarters! Tomorrow, we are hosting the first ever annual EMROC transcribathon. Scriptorium, 15th Century. From Project Gutenberg eText 16531: Old St. Paul's Cathedral, by William Benham. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. On Wednesday, an international ...

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The Snail’s Touch: Prescribing Mollusks in Early Modern Receipt Books

amytigner (8 déc. 2015)

By Vincent Sosko When perusing through the pages of an historical receipt book, a transcriber will encounter many perplexing headings to the various recipes for food and medicine. Those recipe titles that inevitably make the transcriber stop scrolling and their jaws drop in a simultaneous expression ...

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Madnesse, Misfortune, and a Quart of Earthworms

jennifermunroe (21 déc. 2015)

By Robin Kello MA Student, UNC Charlotte How do you treat madnesse or frensie? Readers of Edward Littleton’s seventeenth-century A book of receipts which was given me by several men for several causes, griefs and diseases may consult page 77. There they will find a brief remedy that involves ...

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