7.0200 The Politics of Electronic Text (1/49)

Mon, 20 Sep 1993 11:25:15 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0200. Monday, 20 Sep 1993.

Date: Fri, 17 Sep 1993 19:06:30 -0500 (EDT)
From: mccarty@epas.utoronto.ca (W. McCarty)
Subject: Politics of E-Text, once more please

John Lavagnino recommended the recent book, _The Politics of
Electronic Text_, ed. Cherniak, Davis, and Deegan. I'd say that this
book is essential reading and feel irresistibly moved to give you all
a listing of the contents:

Warren Chernaik and Marilyn Deegan 3

Manuscript Politics
Peter Robinson 9

Authorship and Collaboration: The Problem of Editing
Peter Holland I7

Text-editing and the Computer: Facts and Values
Ian Small 25

The Fluid Text and the Orientations of Editing
Marcus Walsh 3I

Electronic Editions and the Hierarchy of Texts
Michael Leslie 4I

Challenging Assumptions: Women Writers and New Technology
Kathryn Sutherland 53

The Politics of Knowledge
Christopher Shelley 69

The Politics of Access
Clive Bradley 73

The Politics of the Electronic Text: An Historian's View
Peter Denley 77

Books and Electronics
Robin C. Alston 8I

It is available, I understand, for 5 pounds (shipping not included?)
from the Office for Humanities Communication, Oxford University
Computing Services, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX26NN.

Willard McCarty