Dr Suzanne Paul is Keeper of Rare Books and Early Manuscripts at Cambridge University Library. A medieval manuscript scholar by training, she is really interested in the physical and theoretical impacts of the digital shift on the curation and study of manuscripts. She has been involved with several large-scale manuscript digitisation projects including Parker on the Weband the Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project. She is interested in learning about and applying all types of digital approaches to texts and textual objects including the use of TEI for cataloguing and editing, the use of IIIF and advanced imaging and analytical techniques for working with digitised manuscripts, handwritten text recognition tools, and visualisation and network analysis tools for revealing connections between books, places and people. She is particularly keen on using digital tools to share manuscripts with the widest possible audience in teaching and public engagement.

Cambridge Digital Humanities

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