Monthly Archive: October 2015


Those invisible forces

In her brilliant closing keynote of the TEI conference in Lyon, Charlotte Roueché exposed research questions in such a way that they seemed inseparable from what one could consider are infrastructural challenges, but are in truth also methodological or even political principles. Talking about the TEI community was the ideal...


Connect & animate – & correspondences, again

The TEI Conference 2015 is now in full swing. After the opening keynote by Milad Doueihi that took us through the depths of literate coding yesterday, today’s program began with both a panel and a paper session which made me regret my lack of ubiquity. The panel dealt with the...


Open Access to Quality

There is this nagging problem in literary studies. How do we teach our students to make the difference between a googlebooks scan and a good digital edition? In order to avoid admitting that they don’t know the answer to this question, most literary scholars refuse any quotation of any digital...


Digital Science (excentric and mundane)

The “Digital Science Match” takes place tomorrow. 100 researchers from Berlin working in the digital area (which turns out to encompass quite a wide range of topics) have 3 minutes each to present their research. Yet another occasion to rejoice about my last name beginning with a B: I am...

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