Organized by Albert Lloret (University of Massachusetts Amherst) and Jeanette Patterson (University of Virginia). Sponsored by _Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures
Tipo de actividad:
Congreso, jornada, encuentro
Fecha límite de solicitud:
Lunes, 15 septiembre, 2014
La University of Massachusetts Amherst y la University of Virginia y el  Journal of Medieval Cultures celebran este congerso del 14 al 17 de mayo de 2015 en Amherst ( Massachusetts, EE. UU.). El plazo para el envío de propuestas se cierra el 15 de septiembre de 2014.
Estados Unidos
Fecha de inicio: 
Jueves, 14 mayo, 2015
Fecha de finalización: 
Domingo, 17 mayo, 2015
Dirección postal completa: 
Western Michigan University
Correo electrónico: 
Información adicional: 

Digital environments enable our studying and representing texts and manuscripts in radically enhanced ways. As a result, not only have traditional practices been perfected, also new concepts and forms—such as those of a «digital edition», a «digital library», and a «digital archive»—are now giving stimulus to new theories and critical approaches. In this session, we seek to promote discussion around how digital environments are changing our examination and representation of texts and the codices that contain them. We invite submissions that reflect on the achievements, challenges, and prospects of manuscript and textual studies in the digital medium, including, but not limited to:-manuscript representation technologies-theories of digital edition or the making of digital editions-corpora studies and computational approaches to manuscript studies-the goals of textual studies in a digital environment-examples of manuscript and textual studies carried out in online environments

Please send a 100-word abstract and Participant Information Form to Albert Lloret at by September 15. Albert Lloret, PhDManaging Editor, Digital PhilologyAssistant Professor of Spanish and CatalanUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstSite :// Lloret

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