Rescheduled: Digital Humanities Approaches to Text Editing, 15 May 2018

This workshop was originally due to take place on 2 March, but was rescheduled due to inclement weather. The programme and venue remain the same. If you had signed up to the previous 2 March date, and have already been in touch to confirm you can attend on 15 May, there is no need to sign up again.

Our second workshop of the semester is open for registration via our Google form

Digital Humanities Approaches to Text Editing, 15 May 2018

This workshop will engage participants in a discussion about the future of Digital Humanities approaches to creating and displaying text editions. Three papers will explore best practices developed at a range of projects at Oxford, culminating in a roundtable discussion that looks forward to how similar initiatives can continue to be developed and supported at Manchester.

This event is co-hosted by DH@Manchester and takes place as part of DH week.

Location

Christie Room, John Rylands Library (150 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3EH).

Programme

12-1pm Lunch
1-1:40pm Pip Willcox (Bodleian Libraries): Digital Approaches to Editing Texts
1:50-2:30pm Rupert Mann (Oxford University Press): Oxford Scholarly Editions
2:30-2:50pm Coffee
2:50-3:30 Miranda Lewis (EMLO, University of Oxford): Bodleian Student Editions
3:40-4:30pm Roundtable

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3 thoughts on “Rescheduled: Digital Humanities Approaches to Text Editing, 15 May 2018

  1. Reblogged this on What is a letter? and commented:
    Sounds very interesting indeed.

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