Welcome to The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP). This resource, currently under construction, is an international collaborative project that creates and presents research on twentieth-century publishing in order to promote new ways of organizing, interacting with, and using historical information about book culture. We are currently working on the technical and conceptual development of MAPP. The official launch will take place in June of 2017 at the International Virginia Woolf Conference hosted at the University of Reading. 

Posted by Claire Battershill on 07/01/2015 - 17:25

Welcome to our brand new project blog!

First of all, if you’re wondering what MAPP is all about, you can head to the “About” page, where you’ll find a brief description of the project. 

This blog is our venue for sharing news of various aspects of MAPP.  There will be at least one regularly scheduled post from one of the six team members once a month (you can get to know a little about us by checking out the “Team” page) and more frequent posts and guest posts at irregular intervals as we have news or reflections to share. We’ll let you know about conferences and workshops we’re attending, fun discoveries from the archives, and work we’re doing with students on the project.  We will also offer here some musings on collaborative work in the humanities, adventures in digital scholarship, and aspects of our various disciplinary interests (which include but are not limited to book history, Woolf studies, modernist and twentieth-century studies, feminism, genre studies, and publishing history).