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Early European Studies will be the theme of a special one-day event being held by Jisc, a charity that provides digital solutions for UK education and research, and ProQuest.

Taking place on October 13 at Senate House in London, this symposium is set to highlight the unique scholarly research potential from ProQuest’s Early European Books, which is now available on national license from Jisc for the higher education community in the UK.

Register to attend this free event here.

The Jisc agreement enables early modernist scholars, researchers, and librarians unprecedented access to a unique corpus of 26,000 rare and highly valuable early modern volumes from major European libraries, covering the period 1450-1700.

For more details, read the entire press release on our news page.

24 Sep 2014

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