Genetic Editions

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The working group on genetic editions is part of the TEI special interest group on manuscript SIG:MSS.

Regular participants:

  • Hilde Bøe
  • Lou Burnard
  • Fotis Jannidis*
  • Gregor Middell
  • Elena Pierazzo
  • Malte Rehbein
  • Moritz Wissenbach

With contributions by: Paolo d'Iorio, James Cummings, Federico Meschini, Sebastian Rahtz and many others. Special thanks also to those who participated in the meeting Paris 2009 for their input.

Contents

Documents

Discussion

Meetings

Workshop "Genetic Editions in a Digital Framework", Paris, 14/15 May 2009 -> Programme ->Report

Workshop during the TEI-meeting 2008 in London -> minutes London 2008

Task Force meeting at Kings College London on 12./13. March 2009 -> minutes London 03-2009

Working Group meeting in Wuerzburg on 25./26. Sept. 2009

Working Group meeting in Oxford on 25./26. Feb. 2010 minutes Oxford 02-2010

Useful Resources

Literature on genetic editions

  • Gabler, Hans Walter
    • "Das wissenschaftliche Edieren als Funktion der Dokumente." Published at: http://computerphilologie.tu-darmstadt.de/jg06/gabler.html; and in: Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie 8 (2007), 55-62.
    • "The Primacy of the Document in Editing." Ecdotica 4 (2007), 197-207. download it from here
    • "La prééminence du document dans l’édition." In: Françoise Leriche et Cécile Maynard (eds.), De l'hypertexte au manuscrit. L'apport et les limites du numérique pour l'édition et la valorisation de manuscrits littéraires modernes. (Recherches & Travaux, no. 72.) Grenoble: ELLUG, 2008, pp. 39-51.download it from here


Older Version of the draft in the wiki

  1. Introduction
  2. Textual alterations
  3. Time
  4. Grouping changes
  5. A coordinate system for relation of different witnesses
  6. Justification and discussion of editorial decisions
  7. Uncertainty
  8. Examples
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