« Medieval Glosses as a Test Subject for the Building of Tools for Digital Critical Editions », dans le Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, 13, 2020
Abstract : The thirteenth-century Latin corpus of the Oxford gloss has challenging features. A digital scholarly edition of this corpus necessitates innovative solutions that on the one hand account for the complex structure and content of the text and its manuscript transmission, and on the other hand convey these data comprehensibly to the reader. There are still few user-friendly tools which allow scholars to encode a digital critical edition easily, particularly its critical apparatus, in TEI XML. In this article, I document my approach to editing a digital corpus of philosophical glosses, and explain the tools I am using and customizing to make available to a larger public of digital scholarly editors, especially in the field of medieval studies.
Lire la suite sur le site du Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative : Emmanuelle Kuhry, “Medieval Glosses as a Test Subject for the Building of Tools for Digital Critical Editions”, Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative [Online], Issue 13 | May 2020 -, Online since 22 August 2021. URL: http://journals.openedition.org/jtei/3544; DOI: https://doi.org/10.4000/jtei.3544