8 edition of Electronic textual editing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lou Burnard, Katherine O"Brien O"Keeffe, and John Unsworth.|
|Contributions||Burnard, Lou., O"Keeffe, Katherine O"Brien, 1948-, Unsworth, John, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||PN162 .E55 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0873529707, 0873529715|
|ISBN 10||9780873529709, 9780873529716|
|LC Control Number||2005030710|
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing's (University of Birmingham) Master on Electronic Editing The University of Birmingham's Master on Text and Book The University of Leiden's Book and Byte: Book and Digital Media Studies Master. Sarah Neville’s research agenda is split between three complementary elements: textual editing, historical bibliography/book history and Shakespearean performance. She has published articles on Shakespeare, editorial theory, digital humanities, early modern scientific publishing, and book history.
The History of the Book and Textual Editing The School of English has a long-standing tradition of research into the History of the Book: this interdisciplinary field concerns the transmission and reception of written, printed, and electronic texts. We have specialists working on research projects ranging from editions of major authors, to. Electronic Textual Editing [With CDROM] Included with each book is a CD containing the complete text of the Text Encoding Initiative guidelines (P4 edition) in both HTML and PDF formats. The long history of textual editing and scholarship has been intimately involved with the physique of the book, which set limits on the presentation and study.
The cost of editing electronically is much lower than editing in hard copy. This is especially true with large manuscripts. It is estimated that with electronic editing, the cost of composition is reduced by 10 percent for light editing and 35 percent for heavy editing. The Search Function. “ The Authority of Editing: Thoughts on the Function(s) of Textual Criticism,” Textus 19 (), – Burnard, Lou, Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe, and John Unsworth, eds. Electronic Textual Editing.
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The long history of textual editing and scholarship has been intimately involved with the physique of the book, which set limits on the presentation and study of text.
Increasingly, since the s, the written word has taken on a digital form, and the shift from codex to computer, from print to electronic media, creates new opportunities—and. Electronic Textual Editing [Burnard, Professor Lou, O'Keeffe, Katherine O'Brien, Unsworth, Assistant Professors of English John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Electronic Textual Editing3/5(1). Offers an emerging consensus about the fundamental issues of electronic textual editing. It provides practical advice and faces theoretical questions.
Its twenty-four essays deal with markup coding and procedures, electronic archive administration, use of standards (such as Unicode), rights and permissions, and the changing and challenging. Electronic Textual Editing. A book proposal to the Modern Language Association’s Publication Committee.
11/5/ Summary: The Modern Language Association's Committee on Scholarly Editions and the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium propose a jointly sponsored and jointly edited volume, Electronic Textual purpose of the volume would be to provide practical guidance.
— “The Rossetti Archive and Image-Based Electronic Editing.” The Literary Text in the Digital Age. Richard J. Finneran. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan Press, — The Textual Condition. Princeton: Princeton UP, McGillivray, Murray, ed. Geoffrey Chaucer's Book of the Duchess: A Hypertext Edition.
CD-ROM. Beyond that, this book project originated in the observation that textual editing was slowly dying out, just at the time that the Web had provided the occasion for making available electronic editions of thousands of literary, historical, philosophical, religious, and other texts.
David Parker, FSA is Edward Cadbury Professor of Theology in the University of Birmingham and Director of the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic is Executive Editor of the International Greek New Testament Project, which is making critical editions of the Gospel of John and Paul's letters and is also on the editorial committee of the Nestle-Aland (29th edition) and 5/5(2).
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Electronic Textual Editing (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Then what is this book—for which this Foreword has been commissioned by MLA—meant to address, if "electronic textual editing" does not offer a new ontology and new ways of reading and analysis.
Are the contributors aware that many of their arguments and practices are. The scale of issues, problems, and questions one may encounter while editing any kind of text in an electronic format is immense.
Hence, a book that is so ambitious to claim that it offers ‘an emerging consensus about the fundamental issues of electronic textual editing’ may invoke some scepticism. Nonetheless, Electronic Textual Editing Author: Bert Van Raemdonck.
“Editing Drama.” Electronic Textual Editing. Eds. Lou Burnard, Katherine O'Brien O'Keefe, John Unsworth. MLA, “Shifting Modes of Ordered Knowledge in the Early Modern Book Trade.” Worlds of Print: Diversity in the Book Trade. John Hinks. Oak Knoll, “A Quantitative Analysis of the London Book Trade ”.
Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe, eds., Electronic Textual Editing. New York: MLA, This Book Chapter is brought to you for free and open access by the Faculty Publications at Loyola eCommons.
It has been accepted for inclusion in English: Faculty Publications and Other Works by an authorized administrator of Loyola : Steven Jones, Neil Fraistat.
The contributors to this book examine the impact of electronic technology on literary and textual studies. They ask how the computer is being used to reshape ideas of text, of authorship, of a literary canon, of authenticity and value as embodied in the edited work.
Electronic Textual Editing is a volume of essays co-edited by John Unsworth, Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, and Lou Burnard. The volume is jointly supported by the Modern Language Association's Committee on Scholarly Editions and by the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium, and its production was funded by a grant from the Andrew W.
Mellon Foundation. Digital Scholarly Editing Susan Schreibman 1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Over the past twenty years there has been an evolving body of scholarship exploring the standards, theories, and methodologies of digital scholarly editing.
Scholarship from the early-to-mids maintained a bifurcated focus. On the one hand, many textual scholars found themselves in the slightly unusual. Editing is a growing field of work in the service industry.
Paid editing services may be provided by specialized editing firms or by self-employed editors. Editing firms may employ a team of in-house editors, rely on a network of individual contractors or both. Such firms are able to handle editing in a wide range of topics and genres, depending on the skills of individual editors.
This volume presents the state of the art in digital scholarly editing. Drawing together the work of established and emerging researchers, it gives pause at a crucial moment in the history of technology in order to offer a sustained reflection on the practices involved in producing, editing and reading digital scholarly editions—and the theories that underpin by: 9.
The Journal of Electronic Publishing (JEP) is a forum for research and discussion about contemporary publishing practices, and the impact of those practices The Art, Craft, and Business of Book Editing (Peter Ginna, ed.), a collection of essays offering stories of editing from various perspectives.
Book Review: The Chicago Manual of Style. Major scholarly electronic textual editing projects of the late s and early s have adopted Jerome McGann’s “hypertext rationale” ().
McGann conceived of hypertext as a metacritical tool that would allow editors to move beyond the codex rationale, liberating texts from their hierarchical confinement in the inscriptional Cited by: 2.
(with Dino Buzzetti),"Critical Editing in a Digital Horizon", in Electronic Textual Editing, eds. Burnard, O'Keeffe, and Unsworth (MLA: New York, ): "From Text to Work. Digital Tools and the Emergence of the Social Text," in Variants 4. Recommended Citation.
Steven E. Jones and Neil Fraistat, “The Poem and the Network,” in John Unsworth, with Lou Burnard and Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe, eds., Electronic Textual : Steven Jones, Neil Fraistat.Reflections on Textual Editing in the Time of the History of the Book Wim Van Mierlo A fundamental issue frequently discussed in textual scholarship is the relationship between “text” and “work”.
Since the emergence of the History of the Book, a third term must be taken into con-sideration too: the “book”.in methods of electronic editing,8 there has been very little consid-eration of digital media themselvesfrom the specific vantagepoints of bibliography and textual criticism.9 Rather, textual critics have tended to treat the computer mainly as a platform or venue for studying .