Thank you!

Another transcribathon comes to an end… Thank you to everyone who participated. And thank you to the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Royal College of Physicians Museum, and the Wellcome Collection who partnered with us for this event. 

We had lots of fun and hope you did, too.

Although the Zoom room is now closed and we’ve left Twitter for the night, we could see lots of people still transcribing. That’s amazing! If you are still going, then you’ll find that Fanshawe has space still–and it’s a joy of a manuscript.

You’re all wonderful!


About lisasmith

Lecturer in Digital History, University of Essex. Writes on gender, health, and the household in early modern England and France (ca. 1600-1800). Primary investigator for the Sir Hans Sloane Correspondence Online Project. Collaborator for the Early Modern Recipes Online Collective, founding co-editor of The Recipes Project, and blogger at Wonders and Marvels and Shakespeare's World. Tweets as @historybeagle. On Zooniverse as @LWSmith.

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