ROSSETTI ARCHIVE ONLINE RELEASE
This announces the online release of the first installment of The Rossetti Archive. It can be accessed at the following address:
There are more than 10,000 files in this installment, which will be most useful for teaching and research focussed on the 1870 _Poems_. But the installment has copious materials on all of DGR's works, textual as well as pictorial and design.
This release is in fact a "research installment" and lacks certain functionalities that will be added this fall. A brief "Preface to the First Installment" is pasted into the first page of the general Introduction to the Archive, which is accessed from the "work in progress" link on the homesite page.
For those interested in the subjects of humanities computing, electronic editing, theory of textuality, and related matters, I recommend that you look at the materials in the section headed "Resources".
We of course welcome any feedback, critical in particular. And we hope that students and scholars find as much pleasure and instruction in this work -- there will be four installments -- as we have had in building it.
RA (source: Humanist)