Datamoaning

At the beginning of this week, I attended the two-day┬áBig Data Approaches to Intellectual and Linguistic History symposium at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki.┬áSince Tuesday, I’ve found myself pondering on topics that came up at the symposium. So I thought I would write up my thoughts in order to unload them […]

How should you cite a book viewed in EEBO?

Earlier today, there was a discussion on Twitter on citing Early Modern English books seen on EEBO. But 140 characters is not enough to get my view across, so here ’tis instead. The question: how should you cite a book viewed on EEBO in your bibliography? When it comes to digitized sources, many if not […]