A Newby

I am just becoming acquainted with digital humanities. I don’t have any resources to learn about it at my institution. I have a couple of projects that I am interested in doing. One has to do with a file of 2000 Victorian letters that are only cataloged in a card catalog. The other has to do with doing a digital edition of a book. I post a blog, so I know a little about html. I have a background working with Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, and I know a little about Dreamweaver. I have downloaded OxYgen. Can anybody help me get started?

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About Melinda Creech

My M.A. was in Texts and Images at University of Houston Clear Lake. I am now working on a Ph. D. in English/Religion at Baylor University focusing on Gerard Manley Hopkins' Greek marginalia. I have been working at the Armstrong Browning Library for the past 2 1/2 years. We just finished digitizing all the Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning letters. I am blogging about an exhibit I helped with at the ABL, Giving Nineteenth Century Women Writer's a Voice and a Face. I write a little poetry. I want to be a farmer.

2 Responses to A Newby

  1. Will you be attending THATCamp? I can’t tell from your post. I am co-editor of the Victorian Women Writers Project (dlib.indiana.edu/collections/vwwp/) so we should chat if you will be attending DLF and/or THATCamp.

  2. Yes, I will be attending THAT Camp in Austin next week. I will look for you. Here’s a link to my blog, if you are interested.
    blogs.baylor.edu/armstrongbrowning/category/19th-century-women-writers/

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