NINES: 19th-century studies online / Profile
Home Page: http://nines.org
Tool Development, Scholarly Content, Networking
NINES is a scholarly organization devoted to forging links between the material archive of the nineteenth century and the digital research environment of the twenty-first.
NINES activities are driven by three primary goals: 1. to serve as a peer-reviewing body for digital work in the long 19th-century (1770-1920), British and American; 2. to support scholars’ priorities and best practices in the creation of digital research materials; and 3. to develop software tools for new and traditional forms of research and critical analysis.
- Scholarly Disciplines
- Art History (4), History (5), Literature (5), Textual Criticism (3)
- General Interests
- Community building (3), Digital Access (2), Interface Design (3), Nineteenth-century literature and culture (3), peer review (1)
- Time Periods of Interest
- 19th (4)
- Places of Interest
- Great Britain (4), United States (10)
- Technologies of Interest
- Ruby on Rails (10), SOLR (3), Text Encoding Initiative for digital texts (1), XML (10)
NINES provides a finding aid for peer-reviewed scholarship in nineteenth century literature, culture and history.
NINES supports it Collex, Juxta, and Ivanhoe software products: http://www.juxasoftware.org http://www.collex.org http://www.ivanhoegame.org
NINES Summer Workshops: http://www.nines.org/community/workshop.html
Project manager: Dana Wheeles