738. Textual Remediation in the Digital Age
Friday, 8 January, 1:45–3:00 p.m., 307, WSCC
Program arranged by the Division on Methods of Literary Research
Presiding: Andrew M. Stauffer, Univ. of Virginia
Speakers: Mark Algee-Hewitt, McGill Univ.; Alison Booth, Univ. of Virginia; Amanda Gailey, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln; Laura C. Mandell, Texas A&M Univ., College Station
Roundtable on the theoretical, practical, and institutional issues surrounding the transformation of print-era texts into digital forms for scholarly use. What forms of editing need to be done, and by whom? What new research questions are becoming possible? How will the global digital library change professional communication? What is the future of the academic research library? How can we make sustainable digital textual resources for literary studies?
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