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Textualities in the Digital Age: Session I – Projects I

Textualities in the Digital Age: Session I – Projects I

Oregon Petrarch Open Book Project
Massimo Lollini, Romance Languages, University of Oregon

Carolingian Canon Law Project
Abigail Firey, History, University of Kentucky

“Textualities in the Digital Age” focuses on concrete examples of digital projects and then moves to broader considerations of tools and approaches to help the audience consider how digital methodologies might expand the horizons of their own research. The symposium participants present a range of approaches to digital texts, from digital critical editions to computer-assisted historical inquiry.


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