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The first open-access digital encyclopaedia on sociability in Europe throughout the long-eighteenth century

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The DIGITENS encyclopedia project is directed by Annick Cossic, former director of the GIS Sociabilités/Sociability, in the department of English studies at the University of Western Brittany (Brest, France)

The project is deeply grateful to all members of the Editorial Committee who have been part of the encyclopedia project as members of the GRISOL team. They have all contributed widely to the creation of the encyclopedia through their reviewing and editorial work.

We would especially like to thank:

Prof. Michèle Cohen (Richmond University London, Institute of Education UCL), Prof. Allan Ingram (Northumbria University), Dr Emrys Jones (King's College London), Prof. Susanne Schmid (Berlin Free University), Dr Katie Aske (Northumbria University), Prof. Brian Cowan (McGill University), Prof. Mark Knights (Warwick University), Dr Mascha Hansen (Universität Greifswald), Prof. Sebastian Domsch (Universität Greifswald), Dr Valérie Capdeville (Université Paris 13), Prof. Alain Kerhervé (Université de Bretagne Occidentale), Prof. Eric Francalanza (Université de Bretagne Occidentale), Dr Ersy Contogouris (UQAM).