15-volume critical edition of the works of Francis Bacon (1561-1626), the Elizabethan-Jacobean lawyer, natural philosopher, and statesman.
A collaboration between Oxford, Princeton, and Columbia to produce a comparitive study of philology, broadly conceived, in India and China between 1450 and 1750.
A collaborative, interdisciplinary research project using digital methods to reassemble and interpret the correspondence networks of the early modern period.
The Digital Miscellanies Index provides a searchable record of the contents of more than 1,600 poetic miscellanies published between 1680 and 1800.
A new critical edition in 16 volumes which will introduce Donne's sermons for a new generation of readers.
A collaborative digital archive and research project aiming to facilitate and support the study, research, and teaching of Gray's life and works.
Stimulating a comprehensive reappraisal of Holinshed's Chronicles through new editions and scholarly resources.
A new complete edition of the writings of the seventeenth-century translator, poet, and biographer (1620-1681).
Dedicated to publishing in full an online edition of all of Sir Isaac Newton’s (1642–1727) writings — whether they were printed or not.
Funded by the John Fell fund, the project explores the culture of Europe’s Parliaments, States, Estates, Diets, and Cortes, asking how it was expressed in images, language, writing, and symbolic practices. It draws on literature, history, political philosophy, the reception of the classical tradition, art and material culture to investigate the literary, political, and visual discourses and shared experiences of representative politics across early modern Europe.
Records from the Bodleian Library reveal the history of a lost Tudor mansion in Oxfordshire.
A pioneering effort in crowdsourcing the transcription of Early Modern manuscripts.
A project examining the roles of service communities in shaping South Asia’s political, commercial and cultural dynamism from the mid-sixteenth to the mid-eighteenth century.
5-year research project funded by the European Research Council (2015-2020), investigating the history of Eastern Christianity from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries.
Three-year AHRC-funded project which examines writing printed at moments of royal and protectoral succession in Britain between 1603 and 1702.
A 5-year European Research Council funded project that aims to investigate how mobility in the great age of travel and discovery shaped English perceptions of human idenity based on cultural identification and difference.