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Ergebnisanzeige "Digital Editing Now"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelDigital Editing Now
BeschreibungDigital Editing Now
7-9 January, 2016
Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)
University of Cambridge
For programme and booking, see: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/26264

In recent years, there has been a significant shift in scholarly culture and funding
strategies towards digital formats for edition projects. This is driven by the potential
for new forms of production, presentation and access that the digital promises. And it
involves a reassessment of the conventions that have determined editorial practice in
the age of print. This conference gathers together leading figures in the field to
exchange ideas about the state of digital editing, its future potential, challenges
and limits. How should we place ourselves relative to fundamental issues of authority/openness,
durability/fluidity? Can we establish a set of ideal types for digital editorial method,
or would its optimal strengths rather lie in more hybrid forms, including a productive
mode of cohabitation with the print formats that it appears to want to supersede?



Day 1 — Thursday 7th January 2016
13.30–14.00

Registration
14.00–14.15

Welcome
14.15–15.30

Keynote 1

Kathryn Sutherland (Oxford): Curating the Object / Editing the Text: authors’ manuscripts in the age of digital reproduction

15.30–16.00

Coffee
16.00–17.45

Panel 1: Material texts and digital forms

Hans Walter Gabler (Munich): Revision in the material void between documents
Rob Iliffe (Sussex): Citability and the robustness of a digital edition
Ben Outhwaite (Cambridge): TBC

18.15 onwards

Posters, buffet and performances (at the Faculty of Music)

Frederick Baker (Cambridge): Story Spheres: Experiencing Schnitzler in the Round
Helen Brown (Oxford): How can digital media illuminate the material connectivity of Alexander Pope’s letters?
Anna Cappellotto (Verona/Cologne): Evaluating digital scholarly editing: a status quaestionis
Andrew Dunning (Toronto): Placing sustainable boundaries on material encoding in a technology-independent edition
Vanessa Hannesschläger (Austrian Academy of Sciences): Digital paths to material objects: Online projects of literary archives
Fabian Kassner (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW)/University of Rostock): Uwe Johnson-Werkausgabe (The Complete Works of Uwe Johnson)

Day 2 — Friday 8th January 2016
9.30–10.45

Keynote 2

Andrew Prescott (Glasgow): Avoiding the Rear-View Mirror

10.45–11.15

Coffee
11.15–13.00

Panel 2: Editorial agents and agencies

Roland S. Kamzelak (DLA, Marbach): Digital Editions in the Semantic Web
Alison Pearn (Cambridge): 'The definitive edition': a fleeting delusion?
Jane Winters (IHR, London): I'm an editor, you're a content owner, she's a contributor ...

13.00–14.00

Lunch
14.00–15.15

Keynote 3

Elena Pierazzo (Grenoble): Digital Scholarly Editing: the platonic and the heraclitean texts

15.15–15.50

Panel 3.1: Chronology and topography

Anne Bohnenkamp-Renken (Frankfurt): Towards the genetic online-edition of Goethe’s Faust

15.50–16.20

Coffee
16.20–18.05

Panel 3.2: Chronology and topography

Wolfgang Lukas (Wuppertal): Multiperspectivism in the new digital edition of Schnitzler
Lauren Kassell and Rob Ralley (Cambridge): Editing Simon Forman's "Boock of Judgmentes" (c. 1606–1611)
Dirk Van Hulle (Antwerp): Creative Undoing and Digital Genetic Editing

19.30

Conference Dinner (St John's College)
Day 3 — Saturday 9th January 2016
9.30–11.15

Panel 4: Digital edition and performance practices

Thomas Betzwieser (Frankfurt): Work vs. performance: the digital approach to performance (practice) in “OPERA” and “Freischütz Digital”
Christie Carson (RHUL): Shakespeare and the Digital World – The conflict between scholarship and global capitalism
John Rink (Cambridge): Turning over a new leaf: towards a digital edition of Chopin

11.15–11.45

Coffee
11.45–12.30

Concluding round-table


Contact:
Prof. Andrew J. Webber
E-mail: ajw12@cam.ac.uk
Web: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/26264

Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortCambridge
Anmeldeschluss03.01.2016
Beginn07.01.2016
Ende09.01.2016
PersonName: Prof. Andrew J. Webber 
E-Mail: ajw12@cam.ac.uk 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Prof. Andrew J. Webber 
Strasse/Postfach: Churchill College 
Postleitzahl: CB3 0DS 
Stadt: Cambridge 
Telefon: +44 (0)1223 336211 
E-Mail: ajw12@cam.ac.uk 
Internetadresse: http://www.mml.cam.ac.uk/german/staff/ajw12/ 
LandGroßbritannien
BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeEditionstheorie
Klassifikation03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.05.00 Editorik
Ediert von  H-Germanistik
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