• The Medial Determination of German Edition Philology in Medieval Studies

    Author(s):
    Marco Heiles (see profile)
    Date:
    2014
    Group(s):
    German Literature and Culture
    Item Type:
    Conference proceeding
    Tag(s):
    Altgermanistik, Edition Philology, Friedrich A. Kittler, Karl Lachmann, Medieval Studies
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6M348
    Abstract:
    Marco Heiles, The Medial Determination of German Edition Philology, in: Hannes Bajohr, Benjamin Dorvel, Vincent Hessling und Tabea Weitz (Hg.), The Future of Philology. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Columbia University German Graduate Student Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne 2014, S. 183-193. Content: 1. Edition philology in the eyes of media theory: Data selection 2. The theoretical superstructure: Which data is relevant? 2.1 The Age of Idealism 2.2 Edition theory in a digital world 3. The intuitional basis or the limited availability of medieval manuscripts 4. Today’s Challenges and the Future of Philology
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