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This video features Paul Eggert (Loyola University Chicago), Kenneth M. Price (University of Nebraska), and Anne Baillot (Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin) talking about textual scholarship from analogue to digital: 

On a similar topic, look also at our video DH in Practice – Digital Scholarly Editions, by Elena Pierazzo: This is the sixth video in the #dariahTeach series ‘My Digital Humanities in Practice’ featuring Elena Pierazzo, Professor of Italian Studies and Digital Humanities, Université Grenoble Alpes. In this video Elena talks about the process of modelling text arguing that digital editions make scholars think out of the page thus enabling a process of theoretical enquiry and experimentation. She also discusses the role of the editor in digital editions and the importance of transforming and preserving texts for the following generations.

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