The Transformation of the Scholarly Edition from Print to Screen

Description
This video features Paul Eggert, Loyola University Chicago, Kenneth M. Price, University of Nebraska, and Anne Baillot, Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin, talking about textual scholarship from analogue to digital.
Author(s)
  • Eggert, Paul, Loyola University Chicago
    • Bionote: Paul received his BA from the University of Sydney, his MA from the University of Melbourne and his PhD from the University of Kent at Canterbury. He was elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and was President of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand. He currently holds the title of Martin J. Svaglic Endowed Chair in Textual Studies at Loyola University Chicago. His research interests are in theories of the literary work, text and document, and scholarly editing. He is currently working on the Charles Harpur Critical Archive research project which is a digital archive and a scholarly edition of the poetic works of Charles Harpur.
  • Dr., Price, Kenneth M., University of Nebraska
    • Bionote: Kenneth received a BA from Whitman College, and an MA and PhD from University of Chicago. His areas of research include 19th and early 20th century American Literature, Textual Scholarship and Digital Humanities. He is currently the Hillegass University Professor of Nineteenth-Century American Literature and co-director of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His most recent publication is “Literary Studies in the Digital Age: An Evolving Anthology” (Modern Language Association, 2013), co-edited with Ray Siemens. Kenneth has also served as co-director of ‘The Walt Whitman Archive’, an electronic collection of the writings of Whitman.
  • Dr., Baillot, Anne, Centre Marc Bloch
    • Bionote:Anne studied German literature and philosophy at the École Normale Supérieure and moved to Berlin after graduating from Paris-VIII Saint-Denis University. She led a junior research group “Berlin Intellectuals 1800-1830” at the Institute for German Literature of the Humboldt University Berlin and was also head of the Einstein Circle of Digital Humanities. Her research interest is in German Studies and she is currently a researcher in digital techniques for the humanities at Centre Marc Bloch.
Contributor(s)
  • Mr., MacCaba, Fionntán- An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University, Production, Editing
  • Dr., Papadopoulos, Konstantinos - An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University, Questions, Recording, Production, Metadata
  • Mr., Rooney, Neale - An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University, Questions, Recording
  • Prof., Schreibman, Susan - An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University, Questions, Production
  • Miss., Greene, Sinéad - An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University, Metadata.       
Date & Place
Audience
  • Undergraduates; Postgraduates; Scholars
  • Lecturers; Teachers 
  • Digital Humanists; Digital Scholarly Editors; Historians; Librarians; Literary Scholars
Language Information
  • Language Main: English
  • Language Transcription: No
  • Language Subtitles: N/A
NeDiMAH Methods Ontology (NeMO)
  • 1. Acquiring > 1.2. Gathering
  • 2. Communicating > 2.2. Disseminating > 2.2.5. Teaching
  • 4. Processing > 4.2. Modifying > 4.2.14. Overlaying
  • 2. Communicating > 2.2. Disseminating > 2.2.1. Gamification
  • 4. Processing > 4.1. Analyzing > 4.1.17. Interpreting
  • 4. Processing > 4.2. Modifying > 4.2.19. Visualizing > 4.2.19.1. Illustrating
Keywords
  • Scholarly Edition; Digital Scholarly Edition; Text; Textual Scholarship; Literature; Scholarly Editing
References
  • Andrew, Jewel. “Digital Editions: Scholarly Tradition in an Avant-Garde Medium.” Faculty Publications, UNL Libraries. 183, 2009. Web.

  • Sahle, Patrick. “What is a Scholarly Digital Edition”. Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices. Ed. Matthew James Driscoll and Elena Pierazzo. Open Book Publishers. 2016. Web.

  • Schreibman, Susan. “Digital Scholarly Editing.” Literary Studies in the Digital Age. Ed. Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens, MLA Commons, 2013. Wed.

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