Program

The program for this conference is available via the following link.
Program_sdse2013

Social Digital Scholarly Editing conference

Preceding day: workshops (tba)

Conference venue: Emmanuel and St Chad Building (Graduate Student Commons), cnr. Wiggins and College Drive, University of Saskatchewan

Day 1, 11 July

 

10am

formal welcome

 

10.15-11.15

Paul Eggert

How to Read a Digital Edition

 

11.30-12.30

Peter Robinson

What Digital Humanists don't know about Scholarly Editing

 

Peter Shillingsburg

Is Reliable Social Scholarly Editing an Oxymoron?

 

1.30-3.00

Fotis Jannidis

Connecting Islands to Build a City ? Requirements of Complex Digital Editions in the Context of VREs

 

Ken Price

The Place of Editing in the Emerging Research Environments of Our Time

 

Daniel O'Donnel

Every thing that rises must converge: On the merging of the cultural heritage, textual scholarship, and popular science sectors

 

 

3.30-5.00

Ben Brumfield

The Collaborative Future of Amateur Editions

 

Paul Flemons

Virtual Expeditions for crowdsourcing transcription of informal natural history literature

 

Melissa Terras

Crowdsourcing or crowdsifting? Results and experiences from Transcribe Bentham.

 

 

Evening: conference dinner, Boffins Restaurant

 

Day 2, 12 July

9.00-10.00

Susan Brown

Tensions and Tenets of Socialized Scholarship

 

10.00-11.00

Zailig Pollock

From Respect des Fonds to Respect de la Page

 

Roger Osborne

Archiving, Editing, and Reading with the AustESE Workbench: The Theory and Practice of an Electronic Edition of Josephs Furphy's Such is Life.

 

11.30-1.00

Edward Vanhoutte

A bag of words. Social perspectives on scholarly editing

 

Barbara Bordalejo

What is meant by editing in the phrase social editing?

 

Ray Siemens

Foundations of the Social Edition?

 

2.00-3.30

Joshua Sosin

Digital Papyrology, Digital Classics

 

Catherine Nygren

Building the Cultural Spaces of Pope's 1729 Dunciad Variorum

 

Jason Boyd

Reediting and REED: Online Collaboration and Websourced Editing

 

4.00-5.30

Brent Nelson

Group-Sourcing the Literary Archive

 

Meg Meiman

Documentation for the public: social editorial practices in the Walt Whitman Archive

 

Geoffrey Rockwell

Social Tools and Social Texts

 

Evening: reception hosted by the College of Arts and Science, Museum of Antiquities

 


Day 3, 13 July

9.15-10.45

Alex Gil

Crowdsourcing Marginalia

 

Joris van Zundert

The Social Shaping of Technology and the Digital Scholarly Edition

 

Wendy Phillips-Rodriguez

Nostalgia for the Çodex in a Digital Era (or Where are my Manuscripts!)

 

11.00-12.30

Murray McGillivray

“Why Don't We Do It in the Road?": Scholarly Editing as a Public Intellectual Activity

 

Wout Dillen

The Samuel Beckett Digital Manuscript Project as a Collaborative Genetic Edition

 

Gimena del Rio

Repertoire on the Metrics of the Medieval Castilian Poetry

 

1.30-3.00

Tuomas Heikkila

Computers, Stemmatology and Medieval Cultural History

 

Laura Mandel

Building Scholarly Editions via the Crowd: the eMOP Project

 

Romual Lakowski

Digital Thomas More

 

3.15-4.45

Elena Pierazzo

Communicating Digital Scholarly Editions: a reader's perspective

 

Allison Muri

Early Modern London as Social Text, or, Speculations on the Means and Ends of Digital Editions

 

James Ginther

Bringing up the Rearguard in Digital Editing: Engaging the non-digital Humanist

 

 

5.00-6.00

Gabriel Egan

What happened? Perspectives going forward. General discussion.

 

Conference closes.