HPIC: The Harlot's Progress in Context

Submitted by collectionsadmin on Wed, 08/02/2023 - 19:48
Linked Agent
Consultant: Chad Crichton
Consultant: Kirsta Stapelfeldt
Consultant: Nancy Johnston
Editor: Arma Malik
Editor: Winnie Lee
Collaborator: Chelsea La Vecchia
Collaborator: Gabby Bablanian
Collaborator: Habiba Raza
Collaborator: Katherine Mascarin
Collaborator: Radha Sukul
Collaborator: Richard Liu
Collaborator: Alice Chi
Collaborator: Emma Lee
Collaborator: Jing Bo Yu
Collaborator: Natalie Chun Wai Kwok
Collaborator: Sarah Strachan
Collaborator: Shantana Ricketts
Collaborator: Daniel Lungu
Collaborator: Daniela Zsigmond
Collaborator: Jasmine Hassan
Collaborator: Laxana Paskaran
Collaborator: Ranziba Nehrin
Collaborator: Safina Somani
Collaborator: Adriano Lewis
Collaborator: Alexander Zdravkovic
Collaborator: Caroline Manalo
Collaborator: Marriam Gerges
Collaborator: Rayanna Hamadi
Contributor: Kim Pham
Date Created
Place Published
University of Toronto Scarborough Library
Resource Type
HPIC: The Harlot's Progress in Context is an archived version of "The Harlot's Progress in Context" website. This archived site contains web content, including text, images, annotations, and URLS for internal links from the "hpic.digital.utsc.utoronto.ca" domain. External web pages and content are not included in this archived site, although URLs for external links remain as part of the structure of the website.

The website, "The Harlot's Progress in Context," was dedicated to William Hogarth (1697-1764), a well-known eighteenth-century painter and engraver. This archived site features all of the website's internal content at the time of capture. It includes in-depth analysis of Hogarth's six-part series of engravings, "A Harlot's Progress", and six plates which depict the story of Moll Hackabout.

The website was created by a class of undergraduate students in ENGC37 at the University of Toronto Scarborough, during the winter semester of 2015. Staff from the Digital Scholarship Unit at the UTSC Library and the UTSC Writing Centre provided technical, research, and writing support.
Physical Form
1 item

Digital files found in the UTSC Library's Digital Collections are meant for research and private study used in compliance with copyright legislation. Access to digital images and text found on this website and the technical capacity to download or copy it does not imply permission to re-use. Prior written permission to publish, or otherwise use images and text found on the website must be obtained from the copyright holder. Please contact UTSC Library for further information.

Temporal Subject
Date Captured
2021-10-07 to 2021-10-08

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