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Editing Medieval Texts Achievements and Sacrifices in Digital Philology Franz Fischer Cologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH), U of Cologne Institute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing (IDE). Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven , 18 September 2013.

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digital humanities summer school faculty of arts ku leuven 18 september 2013

Editing Medieval TextsAchievements and Sacrificesin Digital PhilologyFranz FischerCologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH), U of CologneInstitute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing (IDE)

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

lachmann s method
Lachmann‘sMethod
  • transcriptio
  • collatio
  • stemmacodicum
  • selectio
  • emendatio

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recensio

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Karl Lachmann (1793-1851)

Classics and German Philology

Observationescriticae (1815);

De choricissystematistragicorumgraecorum (1819);

De mensuratragoediarum (1822);

Über die ursprüngliche Gestalt des Gedichts der NibelungeNoth (1816);

Über die Leiche der deutschen Dichter des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts (1829);

Über althochdeutsche Betonung und Verskunst (1831);

Über das Hildebrandslied (1833);

Über Singen und Sagen (1833);

Über den Eingang des Parzival (1835);

Betrachtungen über Homers Ilias (1837-1843).

editing medieval texts achievements and sacrifices in digital philology

Editing Medieval TextsAchievements and Sacrifices in Digital Philology

Introduction

Case studies

Achievements

Sacrifices

Conclusions

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

editing medieval texts achievements and sacrifices in digital philology1

Editing Medieval TextsAchievements and Sacrifices in Digital Philology

Introduction

Case studies

Achievements

Sacrifices

Conclusions

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

achievements

Achievements

  • overcoming of boundaries
  • access & availability
  • usability
  • tools
  • visualisation
  • transmedialisation

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

sacrifices

Lachmannian paradigm

  • Editorial model and routines
  • Curricula
  • Stability
  • Reliability
  • Quality
  • Publication work flows
  • Prestige
  • Libraries

Sacrifices?

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

conclusions

Conclusions?

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

digital humanities summer school faculty of arts ku leuven 18 september 20131

Thank you!

Digital Humanities Summer School, Faculty of Arts KU Leuven, 18 September 2013

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