British Library Labs is an initiative funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation which supports and inspires the international and public use of the British Library’s digital collections and data in exciting and innovative ways. It actively encouraged this project and provided invaluable access to the wealth and diversity of the Library’s intellectual digital heritage. We are particularly grateful for the assistance and advice of Mahendra Mahey.
UCD James Joyce Library: The project has drawn extensively on the resources of Special Collections, particularly the Constantine Curran and rare books collection and the Digital Library, particularly materials produced by the PRTLI funded Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive initiative. We are particularly grateful for the assistance of Evelyn Flanagan and Eugene Roche in Special Collections.
The Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities at Queen’s University Belfast was an important partner in the first phase of this project. We are particularly grateful for the assistance and advice of John Thompson and Michael Pierse.