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Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
Engl 701 (Spring 2009)
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Engl 701 (Spring 2009)

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Digital Humanities and Literary Scholarship

Digital Humanities and Literary Scholarship

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    • 1. ENGL 701 March 25, 2009
    • 2. The Change in Literary Scholarship
      • “ We no longer have to use books to analyze and study other books or texts”
      • - Jerome McGann in “The Rationale of Hypertext” (par. 6)
    • 3. Textual Enhancements
      • Digitized Gutenberg Bible
      • The Complete Maus
      • Dracula Blogged
      • Digital Frankenstein ( collation example )
      Facsimile Edition Critical Edition Critical Archive
    • 4. Digital Environments are
      • Procedural
      • Participatory
      • Spatial
      • Encyclopedic
      From Janet Murray, Hamlet on the Holodeck
    • 5. Intermediation
      • “ the meaning of information is given by the process that interprets it”
      • (Katherine Hayles in Electronic Literature , p.52)
    • 6. One version of Beirut’s “Nantes”
    • 7. Another version of Beirut’s “Nantes”
    • 8. If Shakespeare had a hard drive…
      • What would we know?
    • 9. Database Culture
      • Collections of individual items, all treated equally
      • No default sequence
      • Data can be manipulated, extracted, searched, reconfigured, visualized, mined, etc.
    • 10. Textual Tranformations
      • Wordcount ( http:// www.wordcount.org )
      • We Feel Fine ( http:// www.wefeelfine.org )
      • The Whale Hunt ( http:// thewhalehunt.org / )
      • Wordle ( http://www.wordle.net/ )
      • (using Dracula )
      • TextArc ( http:// textarc.org/Hamlet.html )
      • Tapor ( http:// portal.tapor.ca /portal/portal )
    • 11. Most common 365 words in Moby-Dick (via http://www.steamthing.com/2008/06/jellyfish.html and Wordle.net)
    • 12. Peer Review and Publishing
      • Digital Publishing ( University of Michigan Press )
      • Collaborative Peer Review ( Expressive Processing by Noah Wardrip-Fruin)

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