National Library of Israel, 6-7 October
The COST Action Interedition is delighted to announce a workshop to be held at the National Library of Israel, 6-7 October 2010.
The goal of Interedition (http://www.interedition.eu/) is to promote the interoperability of the tools and methodology used in the field of digital scholarly editing and research. Equally, Interedition seeks to raise the awareness of the importance of sustainability of the digital artefacts and instruments we create. To this end, Interedition is (amongst others) hosting this workshop at the National Library of Israel to explore the tools, methodologies, and approaches to better support a shared model for the creation of sustainable infrastructure for digital text.
This two-day event will include lectures by leading textual scholars (including Dirk Van Hulle, Malte Rehbein, Susan Schreibman, and Joris van Zundert) The first day will focus on lectures on topics ranging from the creation and futures of digital scholarly editions, to the tools being used to create and edit them. The second day will be hands-on centering on practical experience in using tools and methodologies central to the discipline, including TEI, TextGrid, eLaborate, and CollateX. On day II attendees will participate in a ‘project slam’ and there will be ample opportunity to discuss their editing projects with workshop facilitators.
|6th of October – Open to the Public|
|09.45-10.15||Registration and coffee|
|10.15-10.35||Welcome||Oren Weinberg (Director, National Library of Israel)
Dr. Husam Masalha
|10.35-11.00||Needs and Expectations from Digital Tools: The Case of Talmudic Textual Criticism||Prof. Shamma Friedman The Jewish Theological Seminary of America and , Bar Ilan University
Dr. Aviad Stollman, Judaica Collections Curator at the National Library of Israel
|11.00-11.50||Lecture I: Digital Scholarly Editions – An Introduction||Prof. Dirk Van Hulle|
|11.50-12.45||Lecture II: Futures of Digital Scholarly Editions||Prof. Joris van Zundert|
|14.00-14.45||The Versioning Machine: Editing Multiple Editions of Text||Prof. Susan Schreibman|
|14.45-15.30||Editing Time in Manuscripts — the Case of Medieval Town Records||Dr. Malte Rehbein|
|16.00-16.45||Editing Samuel Beckett||Prof. Dirk Van Hulle|
|16.45-17.45||Panel Discussion||All, Chair, Prof. Joris van Zundert|
|7th of October – Closed Workshop for Early Stage Researchers|
|Participants should bring their laptops|
|10.00-10.30||Slam of Participant Projects|
|10.30-11.15||XML/TEI for Scholarly Editions||Malte Rehbein|
|11.45-13.00||Exercise: Using the Versioning Machine||Susan Schreibman|
|14.00-15.15||Exercise: eLaborate and CollateX||Joris van Zundert|
What do you need to create digital scholarly editions? What tools would help?
|All, Chair, Joris van Zundert|