Student Projects


Each summer, our student researchers draw on END data and texts to complete their own personal projects. Explore those projects and read about their authors here.

Title Page Heat Map

Title Page Heat Map


The Life and Opinions of Twitter Bots: 18th Century Prefatory Paratexts, the Capacities of Social Media, and Fact Checking

The Life and Opinions of Twitter Bots: 18th Century Prefatory Paratexts, the Capacities of Social Media, and Fact Checking


ENDnotes

ENDnotes


Mapping Title Locations

Mapping Title Locations


The Dublin Print Project

The Dublin Print Project


Geographical Locations in Footnotes

Geographical Locations in Footnotes


The Preface Project

The Preface Project


Printers Network Graph

Printers Network Graph


Adventure, History, Letters, and Memoir: Mapping Title to Text in the 18th Century Novel

Adventure, History, Letters, and Memoir: Mapping Title to Text in the 18th Century Novel


An Alternative Archive of 1760s Novels, in a Series of Vines

An Alternative Archive of 1760s Novels, in a Series of Vines


Dublin Printing: The Rise of the Provincial Novel, and What That Meant for the Rise of the Novel Itself

Dublin Printing: The Rise of the Provincial Novel, and What That Meant for the Rise of the Novel Itself


Gender, Genre, and the Monster Metaphor

Gender, Genre, and the Monster Metaphor


Fact and Fictionality in Eighteenth Century Author Portraits

Fact and Fictionality in Eighteenth Century Author Portraits


Lying Titles: Truth Claims in the Paratext

Lying Titles: Truth Claims in the Paratext


The Mutual Constitution of Femininity and Privacy in 18th Century Epistolary Novels

The Mutual Constitution of Femininity and Privacy in 18th Century Epistolary Novels


Early Novels Genius: Poetry as Sampling in 18th and 19th Century Novels

Early Novels Genius: Poetry as Sampling in 18th and 19th Century Novels


Epigraphs and Shakespeare in the 18th Century

Epigraphs and Shakespeare in the 18th Century


Imagined Distance: Visualizing Place and Space in Faux Epistolary Travel Novels

Imagined Distance: Visualizing Place and Space in Faux Epistolary Travel Novels