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Slides from talk to AHRC New Modernist Editing network, 21 April 2017

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  1. 1. Electronic Beowulf: ebeowulf.uky.edu
  2. 2. www.chopin.ac.uk/ocve/
  3. 3. www.janeausten.ac.uk
  4. 4. • How far do our digital editions take full advantage of the potential of digital technologies to reshape our view of texts and manuscripts? • Do existing digital editions simply restate traditional editions in an online environment, with search replacing the index and the addition of images? • Do we have a set of separate digital volumes, in the same way that we had printed volumes on the shelf? • The effect of the ‘digitisation overhead’ • As we develop new ways of viewing and engaging with born digital material, new perspectives on how we may engage with older texts may emerge - the ‘born digital’ paradigm will become the ‘new conditions of cultural production’ • For ‘born digital’ material, all reading is distant reading - approaches similar to distant reading are the only way of reading the material. As we learn to read in different ways, how does that affect our view of the edition?
  5. 5. • The e-mail archive of the George W Bush White House contains over 200 million e-mail messages. • The electronic archive for the Bush Presidency contains over 80 terabytes of information. • There will never been an edition of the correspondence of George W Bush
  6. 6. Figure 5.1 The emotions of London, 1700-1900 In this image, green is particularly prevalent in squares (the term that was also the most distinctive of the West End’s lexicon), whereas passages where fear dominates are most o en located in spaces of coercion and internment.

Slides from talk to AHRC New Modernist Editing network, 21 April 2017

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