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Adam Matthew Digital publishes The Stationers’ Company Archive, 1554-2007

A cultural revolution: Over four hundred years on the history of printing, publishing and bookselling digitised

Marlborough, UK. Literary Print Culture, the latest primary source collection from Adam Matthew Digital, makes available The Stationers’ Company Archive with material from 1554 to the 21st Century.

Records of the East India Company Now Fully Searchable Using Artificial Intelligence

Research The History Of The First Great Multinational Corporation With New Digitised Records Sourced Exclusively From The British Library


Students and scholars are now able to navigate their way through newly digitised manuscripts using Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR), with the latest release of new content in Adam Matthew Digital’s landmark primary source collection East India Company.

Digitization of the Church Mission Society Periodicals Announced

Award-winning publisher Adam Matthew to digitize thousands of pages of content from world-renowned Archive

Marlborough, England - Adam Matthew today announced the signing of an agreement with the Church Mission Society (CMS) to digitize hundreds of thousands of pages of periodicals covering 1841 to 2009.

This announcement marks the latest stage in Adam Matthew’s association with the Church Mission Society spanning nearly 20 years.

Unique collection of Lord Chamberlain’s plays published online

Digitization of the ‘Larpent Collection’ an “Enormous boon for scholars and students”* allowing insights into censorship, celebrity and society

(Marlborough, UK). Award-winning publisher of digital content for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Adam Matthew, has today announced the publication of Eighteenth Century Drama: Censorship, Society and the Stage.

Adam Matthew publishes new collection documenting Japan’s rise to modernity

Extensive coverage of Japan’s ascent to the rank of a global superpower revealed

Marlborough, UK. Providing significant insight into the events between First World War victory and Second World War defeat, Foreign Office Files for Japan, 1919-1952 offers access to formally restricted government documents presenting a unique vantage point into a globally unstable political climate.