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And we're off!

lisasmith (7 oct. 2015)

By Lisa Smith Alice Violett, Helen Kemp, Jake Millar (momentarily absent), Kim Shrive, David Rundle, Lisa Smith (taking photo) Here we are, all in our places with bright shining faces! It's the first round of the Transcribathon, kicking off at the University of Essex from 11:00-14:00 (UK time), with ...

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Sheepeshead Pudden Chronicles, or, Adventures in Transcription

jennifermunroe (24 nov. 2015)

By Robin Kello MA Student, UNC Charlotte Fellow travelers in transcription and compatriots in the paleographic arts, allow me to share a short tale. After the October transcribathon at the Folger, a friend asked: “Why waste a day looking at old recipes?” Yes, dear readers, you may be astonished ...

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Research, Recipes, and the Transcribathon

amytigner (19 oct. 2015)

By Amy Tigner Last week, EMROC organized a Transcribathon, in which some 90+ students and scholars in Germany, the UK, Ireland, Canada, the US, and Australia transcribed the 17th century recipe manuscript of Rebeckah Winche, a new acquisition at the Folger Shakespeare Library, over a 12- hour period ...

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Welcome!

Leong, Elaine (17 juil. 2013)

Be Elaine Leong Organized in 2012, the Early Modern Recipes Online Collective (EMROC) is an international group of scholars and enthusiasts who are committed to improving free online access to historical archives and quality contextual information. We see the importance of linking hundreds of texts ...

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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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"Mistress Vernams Medicens"

rebeccallaroche (5 janv. 2016)

By Monterey Hall Wellcome MS 184a, fol. 32r. Courtesy of the Wellcome Library. Inset within Lady Frances Catchmay’s Booke of Medicens (Wellcome MS 184a) is a group of recipes attributed to one Mistress Vernam. This individual contributed thirty-two recipes to the manuscript spanning from folios ...

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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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Thank you, everyone!

Leong, Elaine (8 oct. 2015)

By Elaine Leonge Folger MS v.b. 366, back cover It's time to close the book. 12 hours have passed, our fingers are sore and our computers are fast running out of batteries. I'm delighted to say that we completed our task! We now have a TRIPLE-KEYED transcription of Rebeckah Winche's lovely recipe ...

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A Summer Project

lisasmith (13 oct. 2016)

By Lisa Smith This summer, I had the pleasure of hosting Jessie Foreman as an Undergraduate Research Opportunity Programme student at the University of Essex. Over the summer, she worked on transcriptions for several manuscripts, tweeted occasionally about her findings, developed an instructional ...

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The Very Fine Great Receipt Book of Anne Carr: The Dialogism of a Community

jennifermunroe (28 déc. 2015)

By Breanne Weber MA Student, UNC Charlotte The day after the Transcribathon, my fellow graduate students from UNC Charlotte and I spent all day in the Folger’s reading room. Surrounded by hundreds reference books, situated above the decks where rare and fragile manuscripts are preserved, and ...

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