I am a Senior Transcription Editor at the John Tyndall Correspondence Project. The Tyndall Project is a multi-university collaborative effort to transcribe all of the letters to and from the nineteenth-century physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893). The volumes of the Tyndall Correspondence began publication with Pickering and Chatto (which has since been acquired by Routledge).

I also co-edited the second volume of the Tyndall Correspondence with Prof. Janet Browne. This volume covered the years 1843-1849, a period in Tyndall’s twenties that saw him employed as a civil assistance for the Ordnance Survey, a railroad surveyor, and a teacher before he decided to pursue a PhD in Marburg, Germany. I will co-edit the tenth volume with Sir Roland Jackson.

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