My private shorthand for building an amazing digital edition? “Make it like the best grad seminar you’ve taken”.
Posts Tagged: technoromanticism
Cross-posted from the MITH (Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities) blog. I’ve just returned from a whirlwind ten days of DH conferences. If I only paid attention to my mode of residence during the trip, I’d call this post “DH via Dorm Rooms”, but what I really got out of the experience (besides some… Read more »
Crossposted from the Technoromanticism blog. I created some webpages with the documentation used by Team MARKUP: http://amandavisconti.github.com/markup-pedagogy/. The content represents almost everything we worked from during the encoding phase of our Shelley-Godwin Archive encoding project, except some administrivia and links/images representing copyrighted content (sorry, no manuscript screenshots!).
Lessons learned from a team effort textually encoding 100 pages of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein manuscript in TEI.
Over at the Technoromanticism blog, I wrote up seven of the twenty-odd thematic connections between The Matrix and William Godwin’s Caleb Williams identified by me and my teammates Allison Wyss and Phil Stewart: 1. It takes some uncanniness around a cultural ideal for the interpellated to finally recognize their interpellation. The Matrix: Neo has a… Read more »