Institute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing

a catalog of

Digital Scholarly Editions

material: archival holding

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Bailey

cf. The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834

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St. Louis Circuit Court RecordsS

no single responsible editor named, Washington University St. Louis, 2012 "The present project builds on prior projects of the St. Louis Circuit Court, the Missouri State Archives and Washington University in St. Louis by transcribing selected cases, and encoding them with a schema developed for the project to represent the legal function of the documents. At the center of the collection are the “freedom suits” where enslaved African Americans challenged the legality of their captivity long before the Emancipation Proclamation. The project aims to give greater voice to the petitioners and invites your help to this end." [from resource]

Gli anni della cupola. 1417-1436

A cura di Margaret Haines, Firenze , Archivio digitale delle fonti dell'Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore, 1994-2004. Kommentierte Volltextausgabe umfangreicher archivischer Quellenbestände mit umfassenden weiteren Erschließungsmitteln (Regesten, Chronologie, Orte, Personen, Institutionen, Sachen).

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Diplomatische Dokumente der Schweiz (DodiS)

Hg. von der Forschungsstelle der Diplomatischen Dokumente der Schweiz, Kompetenzzentrum für die Geschichte der schweizerischen Aussenpolitik, Bern: Schweizerische Akademie für Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften, 1997-. "Die Internet-Datenbank DodiS ermöglicht – in Ergänzung zur herkömmlichen Aktenedition – den virtuellen Zugang zu einer grossen Anzahl von Dokumenten, die überdies als digitale Quellen zur Verfügung stehen. Sie liefert auch eine Fülle von Informationen zu in- und ausländischen Personen und Organisationen, die in der Nachkriegszeit aussenpolitisch aktiv waren. Es werden auch thematische Dossiers zur Verfügung gestellt." [from resource]

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The William Elliot Griffis Collection: Online Prototype

Ed. by Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH), New Brunswick / Princeton (NJ), Rutgers University / Princeton University, 1999. Auf der Basis von (SGML-)TEI und EAD ist hier ein Archivbestand so weit aufgearbeitet, dass das entstandene "Findmittel" ähnliche Funktionen erfüllt, wie eine Edition. Enthalten sind zumindest Transkription (mit kritischem Apparat) und Abbildungen der handschriftlichen Vorlagen. Der online-Prototyp, der auf der Software DynaWeb zur Darstellung der SGML-Daten beruhte, scheint inzwischen nicht mehr aktiv zu sein.

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Inquisitions post Mortem - Mapping the Medieval Countryside

By Michael Hicks (Principal Investigator) et al., Winchester: University of Winchester, 2015. "Mapping the Medieval Countryside is a digital edition of the medieval English inquisitions post mortem (IPMs), currently covering the period 1418-1447. IPMs recorded the lands held at their deaths by tenants of the crown, and are the single most important source for the study of landed society in medieval England. Describing the lands held by thousands of families, from nobles to peasants, they are a key source for the history of almost every parish in England and many in Wales." [from resource]

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MarineLives

Directed by Colin Greenstreet and Jill Wilcox, [no hosting institution declared] 2014ff. "MarineLives is an innovative academic/public history not-for-profit organisation for the collaborative transcription, linkage and enrichment of primary manuscripts, originating High Court of Admiralty, London, 1650-1669. The end product will be a freely available online academic edition under a CC by 3.0 licence. Since the project’s inception in September 2012, project volunteers have transcribed, edited and annotated over 1.5 million words. The team is seeking to create a fully searchable semantic web based corpus of over 20 million words by 2017." [from resource]

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The Newton Project

Ed. by Rob Iliffe and Scott Mandelbrote, Falmer, University of Sussex, 1998-. "Our aim is to make it possible, for the first time in history, to grasp the organic unity of Newton's writing by garnering all his astonishingly diverse productions into a single, freely accessible electronic edition. [...] This is not simply a matter of automated electronic reproduction. Newton's texts have been painstakingly transcribed from their original handwritten versions and electronically encoded in a form that allows users to view all the additions, deletions and other revisions that went into the creation of each document. Alternatively, the texts can be viewed in 'normalised' versions that are easier to read and closer to a traditional edition. [...] We are also providing digitised images of the original manuscripts, to enable users to verify the accuracy of our transcriptions for themselves. The result is a completely new type of edition, in which the editorial process is far more transparent than the medium of print permits." [from resource]

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The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834

Ed. by Tim Hitchcock, Robert Shoemaker et al., Sheffield, HriOnline, 2005. Die ursprünglich gedruckte Fassung als Volltext (double-rekeying), der vor allem mit semantischen Auszeichnungen erschlossen ist. Editorische Kritik findet also nicht auf der Ebene der Texterstellung, sondern auf der Ebene der inhaltlichen Erschließung und der Generierung von browsenden und suchenden Zugängen und Hilfsmitteln statt.

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Eugenio Pacelli - Kritische Online-Edition der Nuntiaturberichte von 1917-1929

Hg. von Hubert Wolf et al., Münster, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, 2010. "[Die] Nuntiaturberichte Pacellis [werden] [...] in Entwurf und Ausfertigung kritisch ediert, durch Regesten erschlossen und kommentiert. In regelmäßiger Folge sollen die Berichte jahrgangsweise online gestellt werden. Seit dem 24. März 2010 ist das Jahr 1917 online.

The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England

Ed. by Chris Given-Wilson, Leicester, Scholarly Digital Editions, 2005. ISBN 978-0904628052 (CD-ROM). [Selbstbeschreibung:] "This CD-ROM contains the full text and translation of the meetings of the English parliament from Edward I to Henry VII, covering the years from 1272 to 1504. All surviving records of the parliaments, including many texts never before published, are given in full, with new scholarly introductions to each parliament. The parliament rolls themselves are freshly transcribed from the original documents, while the transcripts incorporate precise information about the text in the documents (e.g., deleted and unreadable text) never before available. Over 100 specimen images show the rolls themselves, while a sophisticated search system permits retrieval of words and phrases across the whole text." Der Link zeigt auf die Seite der SDE.

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The revised Dred Scott Case Collection

Ed. by the Digital Library Services, St. Louis (MO), Washington University, 2007. "This collection is an expanded and updated version of the original Dred Scott Case Collection. The collection, was expanded from eighty-five to one hundred and eleven documents, over 400 pages of text. In addition, the collection is now a full-text, searchable resource that represents the full case history of the Dred Scott Case." [from resource]

St. Louis Circuit Court Records

cf. St. Louis Circuit Court RecordsS

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