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The EEBO Introductions Series

The EEBO Introductions Series provides concise and informative commentaries on some of the less well known texts in EEBO. Each contribution to the series has been prepared by a specialist in the field of early modern studies and offers insights into a range of contextual, bibliographical, and reception-based issues associated with a given EEBO text.

View the Contents of the EEBO Introductions Series.

Recommended Titles

David Richtmyer of the University of Michigan has suggested over 200 Recommended Titles from STC and Wing to help you get started in EEBO.

In addition you can find PDF handouts to promote how different disciplines can use the material in EEBO, as well as an excellent Case Study that shows how Dr. Georgia Wilder of the University of Toronto uses EEBO in the classroom.

Training

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