Digital Kipling

The Dalhousie Kipling Collection has an international reputation as being the most comprehensive in the world.
Not only does it contain a comprehensive collection of Rudyard Kipling’s published works but it has also holds
significant research ephemera support material about and by Kipling published during his lifetime – the Kipling scrapbooks
being prime among them. The Digital Kipling project is an effort to digitize the Kipling Scrapbooks, make them more readily accessible,
and provide necessary context for the collection via the Library’s new digital exhibits platform, based on the Omeka platform. Work is ongoing
and we plan on launching the project in Fall, 2017.

Collaboration

Kinds of collaborators
Faculty
Graduate students
Librarians
IT staff
Help description
Looking for potential faculty collaborators with an interest in colonial literature and/or Rudyard Kipling specifically. Contact roger.gillis@dal.ca for further details.
Contact person

arts-humanities.net

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Project Collaborators