Monthly Archive: May 2014


Roll on, wrap up, get there

The to-do list now fits on a page. Of course, I have to actualize here and there, add and strike and add and strike regularly. But all in all, it fits on one A5 page: 2 volumes, 3 papers, 1 grant application.


Ceci n’est pas un projet – on scholarship and pouring meteorites

In an earlier post, I gave a summary of what I then intended to talk about in the paper I gave at the conference on Data Modeling in Digital Editions of Letters that I organized with Anna Busch last week. While writing the paper, my thoughts drifted in another direction than what I had announced there and I did not came to any consideration regarding editions typology or the unease generated by the concept of project in the understanding text sciences have of themselves.