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Centre for Textual Studies (CTS)

CTS

Devoted to scholarly research in the fields of textual studies and history of the book, and to the emerging technologies that support them.

Centre for Textual Studies 

Centre for Textual Studies

The CTS is devoted to scholarly research in the fields of textual studies and history of the book, and to the emerging technologies that support them.

These fields include:

  • bibliography
  • textual criticism
  • scholarly editing
  • genetic criticism
  • adaptation studies
  • the sociology of bibliography and texts
  • book history
  • periodical studies.

The CTS encourages research that strengthens the ties among these related fields and that draws on advanced electronic technologies for research and presentation.

The CTS provides technical, methodological, theoretical, practical and administrative support for research projects associated with the CTS. It assists researchers seeking funding for such projects, and supplies basic instructions in technical information related to the design and implementation of electronic scholarly research sites in literature.

Contact

If you are interested in the research undertaken by staff within the Centre for Textual Studies, please contact:

Professor Gabriel Egan|
Director of the Centre for Textual Studies 
T: +44 (0)116 257 7158 
E: gegan@dmu.ac.uk|

Projects

The CTS provides technical, methodological, theoretical, practical and administrative support for research projects associated with the Centre. It assists researchers seeking funding for such projects, and supplies basic instructions in technical information related to the design and implementation of electronic scholarly research sites in literature.

The Centre currently support:

  • The Brownings' Correspondence
  • An Electronic Edition and Commentary on Virginia Woolf's 'Time Passes'
  • An Electronic Edition of Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur
  • Modernist Magazines Project
  • Scholarly Edition of the Works of William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Caxton's Canterbury Tales
  • Hockliffe collection of early British Children's books

 See http://www.cts.dmu.ac.uk| for details.

 
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