5. Filologia digitale

Apollon, Daniel; Bélisle, Claire; Régnier, Philippe (a cura di) (2014). Digital Critical Editions. Urbana-Champaign; Chicago; Springfield: University of Illinois.

Bozzi, Andrea (2006). «Edizione elettronica dei testi e filologia computazionale». In: Stussi, Alfredo (a cura di), Fondamenti di critica testuale. Bologna: il Mulino, pp. 207–232.

Burgio, Eugenio; Buzzoni, Marina; Ghersetti, Antonella (2013). «A Digital Edition of Dei Viaggi di Messer Marco Polo, Gentilhuomo Venetiano (Giovanni Battista Ramusio, Navigationi et Viaggi, II, 1559): The Project and Its Recent Updates». Quaderni Veneti. Nuova serie digitale, 1

Buzzoni, Marina (2011). «The “Electronic Hêliand project”: Theoretical and practical updates». In: Cotticelli Kurras, Paola (a cura di), Linguistics and digital philology: issues and projects. Alessandria: Edizioni Dell’Orso, pp. 55-67.

Buzzoni, Marina; Burgio, Eugenio (2014). «The Italian “third way” of editing between globalization and localization». In: Stolz, Michael; Chen,  Yen-Chun (Hrsgg.), Internationalität und Interdisziplinarität der Editionswissenschaft = Beihefte zu Editio 38. Berlin; Boston: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 171-180.

Ciula, Arianna; Stella, Francesco (a cura di) (2007). Digital Philology and Medieval Texts. Pisa: Pacini.

Cerquiglini, Bernard (1989). Éloge de la variante: histoire critique de la philologie. Paris: Seuil.

Driscoll, Matthew J. (2013). «The words on the page: Thoughts on philology, old and new». In: Quinn, Judy; Lethbridge, Emily (a cura di), Creating the medieval saga: Versions, variability, and editorial interpretations of Old Norse saga literature. Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag, pp. 85–102.

Egan, Gabriel (a cura di) (2010). Electronic Publishing: Politics and Pragmatics. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

Foys, Martin K. (2003). The Bayeux Tapestry: Digital edition [CD-ROM]. Leicester: SDE (Scholarly Digital Editions).

Gabler, Hans Walter (2007). «The Primacy of the Document in Editing». Ecdotica, 4, pp. 197-207.

Gabler, Hans Walter (2010). «Theorizing the Digital Scholarly Edition». Literature Compass 7 (2), pp. 43–56.

Gillespie, Vincent; Hudson, Anne (a cura di) (2013). Probable Truth. Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century. Turnhout: Brepols.

Haugen, Odd Einar (2003). «The spirit of Lachmann, the spirit of Bédier: Old Norse textual editing in the electronic age». Paper read at the Annual Meeting of The Viking Society, University College London, 8 November 2002. Electronic version January 2003. Disponibile all’indirizzo http://www.ub.uib.no/elpub/2003/a/522001/haugen.pdf. (2014-10-19).

Karlsson, Lina; Malm, Linda (2004). «Revolution or Remediation? A Study of Electronic Scholarly Editions on the Web». Human IT, 7 (1), pp. 1–46. Disponibile all’indirizzo <http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/1-7/lklm.pdf.> (2014-10-19).

Kiernan, Kevin S. (1994). «Digital preservation, restoration, and dissemination of medieval manuscripts». In: Okerson, Ann; Mogge, Dru (a cura di), Gateways, Gatekeepers, and Roles in Tge Information Omniverse: Proceedings of the Third Symposium Nov 13-15 1993. Washington, DC: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, pp. 37–43.

Kiernan, Kevin S. (a cura di) (2011). The Electronic Beowulf. 3a ed. [CD-ROM]. London: British Library.

McGann, Jerome J. (2000–). The Complete Writings and Pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. A Hypermedia Research Archive. Charlottesville: Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities.

McGann, Jerome J. (2010). «Sustainability: The Elephant in the Room». In: McGann, Jerome (a cura di), Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of the Things to Come. Huston: Rice University Press, pp. 5–14.

Millett, Bella (2013). «Whatever Happened to Electronic Editing?» In: Gillespie, Vincent;  Hudson, Anne (a cura di), Probable Truth. Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 39-54.

Muir, Bernard James (2004a). The Exeter anthology of Old English poetry: an edition of Exeter Dean and Chapter MS 3501. Rev. 2nd [CD-ROM] Edition. Exeter: Exeter University Press.

Muir, Bernard James (2004b). A digital facsimile of Oxford, Bodleian Library MS. Junius 11. Software by Nick Kennedy = Bodleian Library Digital Texts 1. Oxford: Bodleian Library.

O’Brien O’Keeffe, Katherine (2013). «The architecture of Old English Editions». In: Gillespie, Vincent;  Hudson, Anne (a cura di), Probable Truth. Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 73-90.

O’Donnell, Daniel Paul (a cura di) (2005a). Cædmon’s “Hymn”: A Multi-Media Study, Archive and Edition. Cambridge: Brewer.

O’Donnell, Daniel Paul (2005b). «The Ghost in the Machine: Revisiting an Old Model for the Dynamic Generation of Digital Editions». Human IT, 8, pp. 51–71.

O’Donnell, Daniel Paul (2008). «Resisting the Tyranny of the Screen, or, must a Digital Edition be Electronic?». The Heroic Age, 11. Disponibile all’indirizzo <http://www.heroicage.org/issues/11/em.php> (2014-10-19).

O’Donnell, Daniel Paul (2010). «Different Strokes, Same Folk: Designing the Multi-Form Digital Edition». Literature Compass, 7 (2), pp. 110–119.

Ore, Espen S. (2004). «Monkey Business—or What Is an Edition?». Literary and Linguistic Computing, 19 (1), pp. 35–44.

Robinson, Peter (a cura di) (1996). The Wife of Bath's Prologue on CD-ROM. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Robinson, Peter (2005). «Current Issues in Making Digital Editions of Medieval Texts – Or, do Electronic Scholarly Editions have a Future?». Digital Medievalist Journal, 1 (1). Disponibile all’indirizzo http://www.digitalmedievalist.org/journal/1.1/robinson/ (2014-10-19).

Robinson, Peter (2007). «Electronic editions which we have made and which we want to make». In: Ciula, Arianna; Stella, Francesco (a cura di), Digital Philology and Medieval Texts. Pisa: Pacini 2007, pp. 1–12.

Robinson, Peter (2013). «Towards a theory of digital editions». Variants. The Journal of the European Society for Textual Scholarship, 7, pp. 105–132.

Romano, Tim (1999). The Wanderer. Edition and Translation. Disponibile all’indirizzo <http://www.aimsdata.com/tim/anhaga/edition.htm.> (2014-10-19).

Rosselli Del Turco, Roberto (2011). «After the editing is done: designing a Graphic User Interface for Digital Editions». Digital Medievalist Journal, 7. Disponibile all’indirizzo <http://www.digitalmedievalist.org/journal/7/rosselliDelTurco/>(2014-10-19).

Rosselli Del Turco, Roberto (at press). «The battle we forgot to fight: Should we make a case for digital editions?». In: Driscoll, Matthew; Pierazzo, Elena (a cura di), Digital Scholarly Editing: Theory, Practice and Future Perspectives. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers.

Rosselli Del Turco, Roberto; Masotti, Raffaele (2013). «Edition Visualization Technology: Digital Edition Visualization Software». Disponibile all’indirizzo <http://sourceforge.net/projects/evt-project/>(2014-10-11).

Shillingsburg, Peter L. (1996). «Electronic Editions». In: Id., Scholarly Editing in the Computer Age: Theory and Practice. 3a ed. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Siemens, Ray; Timney, Meagan; Leitch, Cara; Koolen, Corina; Garnett, Alex (2012). «Toward Modeling the Social Edition: An Approach to Understanding the Electronic Scholarly Edition in the Context of New and Emerging Social Media». Literary and Linguistic Computing, 27 (4), pp. 445–461.

Stolz, Michael (2005). Die St. Galler Nibelungenhandschrift [Epenhandschrift]: Parzival, Nibelungenlied und Klage, Karl, Willehalm. Faksimile des Codex 857 der Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen und zugehöriger Fragmente. CD-ROM with booklet = Codices Electronici Sangallenses 1. 2a ed. St-Gall: Abbey Library.

Stolz, Michael (2011). «Benutzerführung in digitalen Editionen. Erfahrungen aus dem Parzival-Projekt». In: Fritze, Christiane et al. (Hrsgg.), Digitale Edition und Forschungsbibliothek. Beiträge der Fachtagung im Philosophicum der Universität Mainz am 13. und 14. Januar 2011 = Bibliothek und Wissenschaft 44. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, pp. 49–80.

Sutherland, Kathryn (a cura di) (1997). Electronic Text: Investigation in Method and Theory. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Tomasi, Francesca (2012). «L’edizione digitale e la rappresentazione della conoscenza. Un esempio: Vespasiano da Bisticci e le sue lettere». Ecdotica, 9, pp. 264–286.

Turville-Petre, Thorlac (2013). «Editing Electronic Texts». In: Gillespie, Vincent;  Hudson, Anne (a cura di), Probable Truth. Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 55-70.