“The idea that scholarly editing can give shape to the admittedly messy aspect of The Digital, or Digital Humanities, or (as I prefer to call it) Digital Scholarship,” writes John Bryant, “is one that is rarely articulated and yet its articulation here should mark an important turn in the now decades-old conversation about the relation of the mere mechanisms of Digital and the higher ideas and standards under attack in traditional Scholarship.”
The CSE sponsored a session titled “Roundtable on the Role of the Scholarly Edition in the Digital Age” at the 2016 Society for Textual Scholarship annual conference, hosted by Carleton University in Ottawa. Participants responded to the CSE’s recent white paper, “Considering the Scholarly Edition in the Digital Age,” and represented both members of the committee and the broader editorial community.
John Young reflects on how the CSE serves the community of textual scholars.
Preamble and Statement of Purpose This white paper is intended as a tool for thinking through a set of pressing questions for the MLA’s…
A CSE session at MLA 2014.