This week there are five posts on researching on other people’s projects.
The first is from Dr Daniel Sawyer. Daniel is a postdoc in Oxford’s English Faculty, where he is editing a portion of the first English translation of the Bible as part of the AHRC-funded ‘Towards a New Edition of the Wycliffite Bible’ project. Daniel is interested in the history of reading, in textual criticism, and in ways in which quantitative and qualitative codicology might fruitfully be used together. He can be found on Twitter and at his website.
Hello! I’m the junior member of the team working on the…
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