Last week, the University of Liverpool, held a conference to celebrate the launch of 19th-Century Pamphlets Online project
Delivered by JSTOR, managed by RLUK and digitised by the University of Southampton, the collection is bringing together many of the which played a vital part in the intellectual, economic and social landscape of the nineteenth-century Britain. The digital collection draws on the holding of seven research libraries in the UK; three of which are currently online, with another four going online shortly.
According to historian Laurel Brake, it brings together “a whole source that has been amazingly neglected.”
The resource is free for five years those in UK further and higher education, and JSTOR are also currently offering free access to users throughout the world.