The Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities at Loyola University Chicago has released a new website dedicated to Gerard Manley Hopkins, the famed 19th-century Jesuit poet.
Sponsored by the International Hopkins Association, the Official Gerard Manley Hopkins Website seeks to “serve the needs of students, scholars, and Hopkins enthusiasts, especially those who for a long time have loved this poet and his works.”
The website provides free access to a variety of materials:
— news about related conferences and publications;
— a biography and chronology of Hopkins and his works;
— the full text of 28 poems;
— study guides for classroom use;
— and a selection of photographs and videos.
Frank Fennell, Professor Emeritus at Loyola University Chicago, is the project director. Kyle Roberts serves as the director of the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities. Project funding came from Loyola’s College of Arts and Sciences, its Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, and its Jesuit Community.
The website is available at http://hopkinspoetry.com/.