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  • Approximately 1.5 million pages.
  • Cross-searchable with other Nineteenth Century Collections Online archives


TIME PERIOD: 1800-1914


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Advisory Board

Archive Advisory Board Members

Charles Reed
Elizabeth City State University
History Department

Richard N. Price
University of Maryland
History Department

Global Advisory Board

The global advisory board for the Nineteenth Century Collections Online works to ensure the program fulfills the needs of students, professors and researchers, and provides an in-depth, global view of the nineteenth century to help shape the collecting and digitization policy for the program. The noted scholars and bibliographers on the program advisory board include:

Hilary Fraser
Birkbeck, University of London
Executive Dean, School of Arts
Director, Birkbeck’s Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies

Tatiana Holway
Independent Scholar, Author, Researcher, and Editor
Specializing in interdisciplinary approaches to Victorian literature and culture

Damon Jaggars
Columbia University Libraries
Associate University Librarian for Collections and Services

Dominique Kalifa
University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
French Historian and Professor
Head of the Doctoral School of History and Director of the Centre of 19th Century History

H.K. Kaul
Founder and Director of DELNET- Developing Library Network (India)

Kathleen Banks Nutter
Smith College

John Wright
University of Calgary
Director, Arts & Culture, Libraries and Cultural Resources

William Miller
Florida Atlantic University
Dean of University Libraries

Jerome McGann
University of Virginia
John Stewart Bryan University Professor
Founder and Co-Director of Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship (NINES)

John Merriman
Yale University
Charles Seymour Professor of History

Joris Van Eijnatten
Utrecht University
Professor of Cultural History
Chair of the section ‘History of Culture, Mentalities and Ideas since 1500’
NCCO Board Meeting - February 18-19, 2012