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Searching for early modern sermons in the archives

Posted on 2017-10-12 in Events
Oct 19, 2017

Searching for early modern sermons in the archives: An introduction to GEMMS

Jeanne Shami and Anne James, University of Regina

A short account of the history and development of the Gateway to Early Modern Manuscript Sermons (GEMMS), including an introduction to the website and a demonstration of the database’s search capabilities.

Thursday, October 19
Talk at 4:30 pm
Room 200, St Thomas More College

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