The Mind is a Collection is a born-digital museum of early-modern cognitive models. Each object in this museum was used, at one time or another, to make sense of a mental process. Think of this as an exhibit of eighteenth-century mental life as seen from a material point of view. You are entering a museum of episodes in material thought. READ MORE...
RECENT NEWS: The catalogue for The Mind Is a Collection has been awarded this year's Kenshur Prize for "an outstanding monograph of interest to eighteenth-century scholars." It had previously been shortlisted for the British Society of Literature and Science 2015 Book Prize.
EXHIBITS at the MIND is a COLLECTION:
Read Christina Lupton's review in the Los Angeles Review of Books: "The Searcher of Patterns and the Keeper of Things" (6 March, 2016), and Jess Keiser's review in Eighteenth-Century Studies 49.4 (2016). Amy Haslanger reviews the museum for BSECS (August, 2016). Here's Paddy Bullard's insightful review for RES.