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Mitch Fraas, Acting Director of the Penn Digital Humanities Forum and Scholar in Residence at the Schoenberg Institute of Manuscript Studies at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries' Special Collections Center

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and Katie Rawson, CLIR Bollinger Fellow in Library Innovation, maintain this list of information, tools, and projects.

Contact us if you have questions (about the guide or DH at Penn) or would like to see us include other materials.

Mitch also blogs at Unique at Penn, where he posts about materials held by Penn that are in some sense "unique" - drawn from both our special and circulating collections, whether a one-of-a-kind medieval manuscript or a twentieth-century popular novel with generations of student notes penciled inside.