Beyond REED? The York Doomsday Project

King, Pamela M.; Twycross, Meg
July 1995
Medieval English Theatre;1995, Vol. 17, p132
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the York Doomsday Project which mainly aims to develop an electronic archive of intellectual and material culture related to the medieval York Doomsday play. It says that the co-operative project was directed by Meg Twycross at Lancaster University and Pamela King at the University College of St. Martin. It tells that the initial objective of the project was to create a multimedia teaching package focused on the York Doomsday play. It states that the access to the archive will be limited to the Project team members. It adds that the evidence to be selected will cover those in fifteenth-century York as well as the records organized by the REED project in 1970s.


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