Tag: Rossetti

NINES: a federated model for integrating digital scholarship

2007-04-11

NINES is an initiative at the University of Virginia to “establish a coordinated network of peer-reviewed content and tools.” We present the project here because it’s consistent with the initiative at ebr to create a peer-to-peer literary network for conceptual writing.

COLLEX: semantic collections & exhibits for the remixable web

2007-04-09

Bethany Nowviskie of the University of Virginia introduces the COLLEX tool, a “COLL-ection” and “EX-hibition” of online images and interlinked texts. Nowviskie’s white paper is the first essay to be “wrapped” into the ebr interface. That is, the essay has itelf been collected, tagged, and interlinked with the essays in ebr. This way, the essay is not just about the development of a semantic network - it is part of one.

The Way We Live Now, What is to be Done?

2007-01-03

Jerome McGann addresses the so-called “Crisis in the Humanities” in the context of two of its most apparent symptoms: the digital transformation of our museums and archives, and the explicitly parallel “Crisis in Tenure and Publishing” that has more recently come to attention.

Multimedia Textuality; or, an Oxymoron for the Present

2006-11-11

Katherine Acheson’s free-standing hypertext demonstrates how design
can reinforce what’s said, offer a counterpoint, and, occasionally,
convey a critique of the critic.

Introduction - Illuminated Criticism

2006-11-11

Andrew McMurry introduces Katherine Acheson’s review of Radiant
Textuality
, declaring that Acheson’s illuminated critique exemplifies what’s missing in McGann: the use of design not just to illustrate prose but also to extend a textual engagement.