Liz is the digital curator for 19th century science collections at Cambridge University Library, with responsibility for data relating to 19th century scientific manuscripts. She worked first with the Newton Project, and then with the Darwin Correspondence Project, where she formed part of the team that converted the Project’s core files to TEI XML. She continues to run Epsilon, a 19th century science letters platform, and to advise DH projects working with correspondence. She contributes to teaching the TEI strand of the Oxford Digital Humanities Summer School.

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