Princeton Prosody Archive brings digital tools to the study of poetry

Meredith Martin: Princeton Prosody Archive

Meredith Martin, an associate professor of English at Princeton University, is using digital tools to explore new analytical questions in the study of poetry. With the help of computer scientists and librarians, Martin began in 2011 to build the Princeton Prosody Archive, a full-text searchable database of more than 10,000 digitized records published between 1750 and 1923. The archive will be accessible to the public this year. 

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