This summer, Lily Nilipour and Khuyen Le, Stanford undergraduates working in English, Comparative Literature, and Symbolic Systems, worked remotely for Stanford's Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) to help the MAPP team think about a redesign of the website. They did a fantastic job, and here is their blog post on the process of reenvisioning a site to help our viewers and users navigate it better. Next phase for the MAPP team will be working out implementation. Stay tuned for exciting changes coming in 2020-2021!
Alice Staveley's blog
Helen Southworth and Nicola Wilson were interviewed about Woolf and the press for an episode of French Culture, part of a series of programs hosted by Italian/French novelist Simonetta Greggio.
Take a look and listen!
On Wednesday, July 17, 2019, we're excited to be hosting at Stanford University a companion conference to the June conference held at Reading University, on Women/Gender Minorities in Print/Publishing in the 20th Century. This conference coincides with the annual MAPP group meeting and celebrates MAPP's new phase of development for which we have won a second round of funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) in the form of an Insight Grant (2018-2023).