Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation

15:1
Spring 2022

Editorial Board (i-ii)

Table of Contents (iii-v)


Editor’s Note

Editor’s Introduction – Mathelinda Nabugodi and Christopher Ohge (1-10)


Articles

I. Questions and experiments

Editing as Creative Act. An Experiment in Speculative Thinking” Emily Orley (11–17)

Editing Otherwise” Mathelinda Nabugodi (18–28)

Provoked by Translation” Timothy Mathews (29–32)

(say) between 22 and 24 seconds. Edition as Totality” Deborah Bowman (33–43)

The Analytical Onomasticon Project. An Auto-Ethnographic Vignette” Willard McCarty (44–52)

Editing and Curating Online. Beginning Again” Jerome McGann (53–62)

II. Creative-Critical case studies

Intentions, Extensions. Creative Editing and Translation Practice in A Sauvage Reader” Daria Chernysheva (63–70)

Found Poems and Creative Editing” Anna Robinson (71–78)

“the answer, as well as a technique.” A Reflection on Editorial, Creative, and Critical Labor” Matthew Griffiths (79–87)

Editing in the Bath. Or, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Intentionality, and the Man from Petrograd” John Schad (88–90)

Digital Editing and “Experience [. . .] looked upon as a kind of text.” A Provocation in Three Exhibitions” Christopher Ohge (91–107)

III. The Aesthetic Experiences of Digital Editions

Version and Document. Conception and Design in the Editing of Revision” John Bryant (108-116)

The Scholarly Edition as Digital Experience. Reading, Editing, Curating – Wim Van Mierlo (117–125)

Reaching Out to the Reader. The Audio Guide as a Tool in Digital Genetic Editions – Eleni Petridou and Katerina Tiktopoulou (126–134)

Literary Fields Forever. Playing with the Book of Disquiet – Manuel Portela (135–154)

The Construct Editor. Tweaking with Jane, Writing with Ted, Editing with an AI? – Caroline Bassett (155-160)

 

Book Reviews

Review of OHGE, Christopher. 2021. Publishing Scholarly Editions: Archives, Computing, and Experience. – Geoffrey Turnovsky (161-165)

Review of EDWARDS, Gavin. 2020. The Case of the Initial Letter: Charles Dickens and the Politics of the Dual Alphabet – Christopher Kane (165-169)

Review of ALLEN, Heather J., and Andrew R. REYNOLDS, eds. 2018. Latin American Textualities: History, Materiality, and Digital Media. – Daniel Balderston (169–172)

Review of MURRAY, Joshua M., and Ross K. TANGEDAL, eds. 2021. Editing the Harlem Renaissance – Melissa Barton (172-177)

Review of KIRSCHENBAUM, Matthew. 2021. Bitstreams: The Future of Digital Literary Heritage – Gabriel Hankins (177-180)

 


Back Matter

Notes on Contributors (181-186)

The Society for Textual Scholarship (187-188)

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