Kate Moffatt and Kandice Sharren
Kate Moffatt is an incoming PhD student in English at Simon Fraser University. Her research interests lie primarily with women’s book history and women’s writing of the Romantic period. She brings a keen interest in the digital humanities, book and literary history, and archives and archival practices to her work as the Supervising Producer & Project Manager of The SpokenWeb Podcast, and as a Research Assistant for the SFU SpokenWeb team.
Kandice Sharren is a postdoctoral research fellow at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Her research focuses on print culture of the Romantic period, and she brings her experience with digital humanities, archival research, and book history to the SpokenWeb project.
Dr. Kirstyn Leuner is assistant professor of English at Santa Clara University with focuses in digital humanities and women’s book histories of the long eighteenth century. She is director and editor-in-chief of The Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing (http://stainforth.scu.edu) and is excited about forthcoming articles in Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 and Huntington Library Quarterly, both of which relate to the Stainforth project. Tweet her @KLeuner and ask about Stainforth, library catalogs, letterpress printing, teaching, or favourite trails and climbing areas. If you find a book with a Stainforth bookplate, submit this form. Stainforth on!
For a full list of related records and entries in both the WPHP and the Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing, visit the episode blog post on the WPHP website.
Music by Ignatius Sancho, “Sweetest Bard”, A Collection of New Songs (1769) from https://brycchancarey.com/sancho/bard.jpg, and played by Kandice Sharren
“Francis Stainforth.” Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Stainforth, accessed 21 July 2021.
Leuner, Kirstyn. “Restoring Authority for Women Writers: Name Authority Records as Digital Recovery Scholarship” in Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 84, no. 1, Spring 2021, pp. 13–26.
Leuner, Kirstyn. “Dynamic Cross Reference Links in Catalog Browsing.” The Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing, February 2020, https://stainforth.scu.edu/dynamic-cross-reference-links-in-catalog-browsing/. Accessed 21 July 2021.
The Monument of Matrones. Compiled by Thomas Bentley. London: Henry Denham, 1582.
Moss, Celia and Marion. Early Efforts. A Volume of Poems by the Misses Moss, of the Hebrew Nation. Aged 18 and 16. London: 1839.
Catalogue of the Extraordinary Library, Unique of its Kind, Formed by the Late Rev. F. J. Stainforth. London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, printed by J. Davy and Sons, 1867. Google Books, https://www.google.com/books/edition/Catalogues_of_Items_for_Auction_by_Messr/3T5bAAAAQAAJ/.
Walker, Cheryl. American Women Poets of the Nineteenth Century. Rutgers UP, 1992.