[INDOLOGY] "Why digital humanists should get out of textual scholarship"

Dominik Wujastyk wujastyk at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 08:07:32 UTC 2013

If you are interested in making critical editions, I warmly recommend the
following conference presentation by Peter Robinson, as an iconoclastic and
stimulating read.  It's only 4.5 pages, but makes crucial points.

"What digital humanists don’t know about scholarly editing; what
scholarly editors
don’t know about the digital world."

   - (the slides:

"An edition is an argument about a text."


Dr Dominik Wujastyk
Department of South Asia, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies<http://stb.univie.ac.at>
University of Vienna,
Spitalgasse 2-4, Courtyard 2, Entrance 2.1
1090 Vienna, Austria
Adjunct Professor,
Division of Health and Humanities,
St. John's Research Institute, <http://www.sjri.res.in/> Bangalore, India.
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