UNL professors work to create digital Walt Whitman archive


Daily Nebraskan:

Walt Whitman, one of America’s most influential and significant poets, isn’t an easy author to parse through. His writing is complex, dense and requires careful study of fragmented manuscripts to fully appreciate or even understand. Since the mid-1990s, the Walt Whitman Archive has been engaged in an ambitious project to digitize Whitman’s notebooks, manuscripts, essays, letters, journals and key contextual resources into an integrated and user-friendly website. In 2007, the Archive moved to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and under the co-direction of Ed Folsom and Kenneth Price, has made exciting developments into both the public understanding of Whitman, as well as the potential for digitization in the future of academia.

UNL professors work to create digital Walt Whitman archive




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