[open-humanities] Open Shakespeare and Open Humanities

James Harriman-Smith james.harriman-smith at cantab.net
Tue Mar 12 18:33:54 UTC 2013

Dear all,

As some of you may have noticed, Open Shakespeare was taken offline at the
start of this month. Fear not: all its content is safe, and the website is
simply being transformed into what it was always meant to be, a platform
for the analysis, annotation and commentary of any literary text.

This new platform is already under construction at http://openliterature.net,
and a more detailed blog post about this change is available here:

If you'd like to get involved with this evolution, let me or the list know.

Best wishes,


James Harriman-Smith
Ph.D. Candidate, English Faculty
University of Cambridge
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