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  1. May 2019
    1. A book I wrote was recently published. It is on making and selling of satirical prints in Britain – mostly London – during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. It has been on my mind, across my desk, and in my Dropbox for a long time. Indeed the postdoctoral fellowship that started the research was my first proper foray into ‘digital’ history. As the fellowship application stated in 2012, my plan was to:

      I understand this in a historian perspective, because sometimes historians fill in the blanks of missing information with their predictions and theories as to what is the context behind the artifact, message, piece of writing or other. The information presented is not always intrepreted in a single way, there are multiple meanings and understandings behind it. That is why Digital History is built to include these details that might solve the issue of blank information in the future.