Encyclopedia Brunoniana

Liber Brunoniana

Since its publication in 1993, Martha Mitchell's 629 page Encyclopedia Brunoniana has served as the definitive reference work of Brown University's history. The Liber Brunoniana project utilizes natural language processing techniques to transform Mitchell's text into hypertext, automatically inferring over 5,000 hyperlinks between articles, deliminating content into categories, and constructing pages detailing the events of each year mentioned in the encyclopedia.

The encyclopedia may be browsed from its complete index of articles, or by topic. For more information about the creation of Liber Brunoniana, see the Liber Brunoniana page.