Author Archives: Anni Sairio
The Bluestocking Corpus to be published in 2015! We hope!
This year is a big year for the Bluestocking Corpus – it’s going to be published! Bluestocking Corpus consists of manuscript correspondence between Elizabeth Montagu (1718-1800) and her social circle, painstakingly transcribed and compiled into a digital source of research material … Continue reading
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From manuscripts to corpus coding: a learning curve
On November 15, I gave a short talk at the seminar From Correspondence to Corpora at the University of Helsinki. My 10-minute talk was a confessione of sorts about some of the things I’ve learned over the years working on … Continue reading
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Sumer is nearly icumen in
This post started out as a to do list for the autumn, so this should be of interest to about one or three people (some of whom possibly pay my salary). Read closely, your money is being well spent! Read … Continue reading
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How I work
I was going to blog about Elizabeth Montagu’s and Sarah Scott’s author identities, but I can’t figure out how the new Eighteenth Century Collections Online search thing works and so I haven’t found any of Sarah Scott’s books (which I … Continue reading
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On the occasion of the International Women’s Day
Have you seen a little Poem called the Female advocate? The Author (a Woman) sent me a copy, tho I do not know her. She seems to write with some ease and spirit. Mrs Chapone and I are under infinite … Continue reading
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