Centre for Editing Lives and Letters

The Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL) develops projects focused on making archives matter, concentrating on the years 1500 to 1800. Under ‘Projects’ a list is given of both the current and the completed projects. Most of these projects contain digitized primary sources.

Project that had already been completed in August 2015 were:

  • The correspondence of Francis Bacon
  • Digitizing correspondence
  • The Hooke Folio online
  • The complete correspondence of Elizabeth Stuart, queen of Bohemia
  • The letters of William Herle
  • William Dugdale (1605-1686)
  • The workdiaries of Robert Boyle

Projects that were still ongoing in August 2015 were:

  • The archaeology of reading in early modern Europe
  • Building a library without walls
  • The diplomatic correspondence of Thomas Bodley, 1585-1597
  • Gabriel Harvey’s Livy online

CELL is located at University College London.

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