Philology in the Making

Analog/Digital Cultures of Scholarly Writing and Reading

Philological practices have served to secure and transmit textual sources for centuries. However – this volume contends –, it is only in the light of the current radical media change labeled ›digital turn‹ that the material and technological prerequisites of the theory and practice of philology become fully visible. The seventeen studies by scholars from the universities of Budapest and Cologne assembled here investigate these recent transformations of our techniques of writing and reading by critically examining core approaches to the history and epistemology of the humanities. Thus, a broad praxeological overview of basic cultural techniques of collective memory is unfolded.

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14 March 2019, 316 pages
ISBN: 978-3-8376-4770-9

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Pál Kelemen

Pál Kelemen, ELTE Budapest, Ungarn

Nicolas Pethes

Nicolas Pethes, Universität zu Köln, Deutschland

»A large number of the contributions [contain] far-reaching theoretically ambitious considerations, which indicate the blatant need for research in the philological history of science.«
Friederike Schruhl, JLTonline, 22.03.2020, translated from German
Author(s)
Pál Kelemen / Nicolas Pethes (eds.)
Book title
Philology in the Making Analog/Digital Cultures of Scholarly Writing and Reading
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
316
Features
kart., Klebebindung, 32 SW-Abbildungen
ISBN
978-3-8376-4770-9
DOI
10.14361/9783839447703
Commodity Group
1562
BIC-Code
DSB DSA
BISAC-Code
LIT000000 LIT006000
THEMA-Code
DSB DSA
Release date
14 March 2019
Edition
1
Topics
Medien, Wissenschaft, Literatur
Readership
Literary Studies, Digital Humanities, Science Studies
Keywords/Tags
Philology, Digitization, Reading, Cultural Memory, Material Culture, Literature, Media, Science, Literary Studies, Digital Humanities, Theory of Literature, Digital Media, Cultural Studies

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