Monthly Archives: October 2006

JSTOR English Journal: Two Versions

From a recent JSTOR news release to librarians: “The English Journal was published in two versions, a regular edition and a “college edition.” JSTOR has recently discovered that we have digitized some volumes of the “college edition” in place of … Continue reading

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Texas A&M Digital Text Symposium

Thursday (10/19) through Saturday (10/21), I attended the “Digital Textual Studies: Past, Present, and Future” symposium at Texas A&M. Gig ’em. Speakers included lots of people whose work I already knew, but that’s what’s useful about symposia. You get to … Continue reading

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Kudos to Robert Stilling

Kudos to Robert Stilling for his discovery of the Robert Frost poem. I met Robert (the student, not the poet) briefly at UVA when he volunteered to orally proof my transcription of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Aside from people I already … Continue reading

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UTC & American Culture, A&M DigitalText, and NORA

It’s been a very active week or two, and I wonder what percentage of blogs die after one or two posts. Professor Stephen Railton has kept me busy by his plan to have Era text of UTC debut on UTC … Continue reading

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