Course Convenor: Dr Christopher Ohge (Institute of English Studies)
Guest Tutors: Dr Tiago Sousa Garcia (Animating Texts at Newcastle University) and Dr Gabriel Bodard (Institute of Classical Studies, University of London). 
Maximum: 15 Students
Venue: Senate House 

Have you taken an introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), but are unsure of what to do next? Have you started a digital edition, but want to learn more about encoding, querying, publishing and analysing your project? Taught by several scholars with years of practical editing experience, this advanced digital scholarly editing module can help take your digital editing further, showing through several hands-on workshops how to implement advanced computational methods. Students will focus on XML technologies such as advanced TEI encoding, XPath and XSLT, as well as the programming language R to produce text analyses of edition data.

For more information, please consult the 2019 module website.

Please note: Students in this module must have a basic understanding of TEI-XML. If you require an introduction to TEI, consider signing up for the LRBS module, Digital Scholarly Editing: An Introduction.

Reccomended Introductory Reading

Required Reading

Burnard, Lou, Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, John Unsworth (eds.). Electronic Textual Editing (Modern Language Association, 2006).

Driscoll, Matthew James and Elena Pierazzo (eds.). Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices (Open Book, 2016). |

Eggert, Paul. "The Reader-Oriented Scholarly Edition, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 31.4, (1 December 2016): 797–810 |

Greetham, David. Scholarly Editing: A Guide to Research (New York: MLA, 1995).

Jockers, Matthew. Text Analysis in R for Students of Literature (Springer, 2014).

Pierazzo, Elena. Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories, Models and Methods (Ashgate, 2015).

Recommended Reading

Eggert, Paul. Securing the Past: Conservation in Art, Architecture and Literature (Cambridge UP, 2009).

Deegan, Marilyn and Kathryn Sutherland (eds.). Text editing, print and the digital world (Ashgate, 2009).

Kay, Michael. XSLT 2.0 and XPath 2.0 Programmer's Reference (Wrox, 2008).

McGann, Jerome. A New Republic of Letters (Harvard UP, 2014).

Silge, Julia and David Robinson. Text Mining with R: A Tidy Approach (O'Reilly, 2018) |

Tennison, Jeni. Beginning XSLT 2.0: From Novice to Professional (APress, 2008).