WWP Publications and Presentations

Full List of Publications and Presentations

  • Bauman, Syd, and Kathryn Tomasek. “Encoding Historical Financial Records.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 6 (2013).
  • Bauman, Syd. “Interchange vs. Interoperability.” Presented at at Balisage: The Markup Conference 2011, Montréal, Canada, 2011. Published in Proceedings of Balisage: The Markup Conference 2011. Balisage Series on Markup Technologies 7 (2011).
  • Bauman, Syd. “The 4 ‘Levels’ of XML Rectitude.” Ad-hoc poster presented at Balisage: The Markup Conference 2011, Montréal, Canada, 2010.
  • Bauman, Syd. Seminars in Scholarly Text Encoding with TEI. Poster presented at the TEI annual conference, University of Michigan, 2009.
  • Bauman, Syd. "Keying Names: The WWP Approach." WWP Newsletter 3:1 (1997).
  • Bauman, Syd. “Tables of Contents, TEI-Style.” Text Technology: Journal of Computer Text Processing. Autumn 1995, 235-247.
  • Caton, Paul. “Putting Renaissance Women Online,” New Models and Opportunities, ICCC/IFIP Working Conference on Electronic Publishing ’97, April 1997.
  • Caton, Paul. "Renaissance Women Online." WWP Newsletter 4:1 (1998).
  • Connell, Sarah. “‘What Stuff Are You Reading Here?’: Encoding Intertextuality in Early Women’s Literature.” Presented for the Women and Culture in the Early Modern World seminar series, Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard College, Cambridge, MA, 2016.
  • Connell, Sarah, Silvia Glick, Sarah Stanley, and Mary Erica Zimmer. ‟The Edition in Dialogue with the Archive.” Presentation at the joint Association for Documentary Editing and Society for Textual Scholarship Conference, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2015.
  • Clark, Ashley. “TEI 2 MARC in Women Writers Online.” Ad-hoc poster presented at Balisage: The Markup Conference, Washington, DC, 2015.
  • Fisher, Anna, and John Melson. Exhibiting Early Women’s Writing: Collaboration and Context in Digital Archives. Poster presented at NERCOMP, Providence, RI, 2009.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Rethinking Collections.” In Advancing the Digital Humanities, ed. Katherine Bode and Paul Arthur. Palgrave MacMillan, 2014.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Curation.” In Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments, ed. Rebecca Frost Davis, Matt Gold, Katherine Harris, and Jentery Sayers. Modern Language Association. Under contract; anticipated publication 2016.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Building Otherwise: Gender, Race, and Difference in the Digital Humanities.” In Feminist Debates in Digital Humanities, ed. Jacqueline Wernimont and Elizabeth Losh. Under contract; anticipated publication 2017.
  • Flanders, Julia. The Shape of Data (co-editor, with Fotis Jannidis). Routledge Press. Under contract; anticipated publication 2016.
  • Flanders, Julia and Fotis Jannadis. “Data Modeling.” In A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
  • Flanders, Julia, and Scott Hamlin. “TAPAS: Building a TEI Publishing and Repository Service,” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 5 (2013).
  • Flanders, Julia, and Jacqueline Wernimont. “Feminism in the Age of Digital Archives,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 29:2 (Fall 2010), 425–435.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Teaching ‘Craft’ Encoding”. Paper presented at the TEI annual conference, University of Michigan, 2009.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Dissent and Collaboration.” Paper presented at DH2009, University of Maryland, June 2009.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Data and Wisdom: Electronic Editing and the Quantification of Knowledge,” LLC 24:1 (2009), 53–62.
  • Flanders, Julia. “The Rhetoric of Performative Markup.” Paper presented at DH2006, Paris, July 2006.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Detailism, Digital Texts, and the Problem of Pedantry,” Text Technology 14:2 (2005), 41-70.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Electronic Editions: Anthologies,” in Electronic Textual Editing, co-edited by John Unsworth, Lou Burnard and Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe. MLA, 2005.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Markup, Idealism, and the Physical Text.” Paper presented at ALLC/ACH 2004, University of Göteborg, Sweden, June 2004.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Learning, Reading, and the Problem of Scale,” Pedagogy 2:1 (2001)
  • Flanders, Julia. “Trusting the Electronic Edition”, Computers and the Humanities 31:4 (1997/1998).
  • Flanders, Julia. "Scholarly Habits and Digital Resources: Observations from a User Survey", revised version of a paper presented at Digital Resources in the Humanities, London, 1998.
  • Flanders, Julia. “The Body Encoded: Questions of Gender and the Electronic Text”, in Sutherland, ed., Electronic Text: Investigations in Method and Theory (Oxford, 1997).
  • Flanders, Julia. "Editorial Methodology and the Electronic Text", part of a conference session entitled Electronic Texts and Textuality presented at NASSR, Boston, 1996.
  • Flanders, Julia, and Domenico Fiormonte. “Markup and the Digital Paratext.” Paper presented at DH2007, University of Illinois, June 2007.
  • Flanders, Julia, Syd Bauman, John Lavagnino, and Mavis Cournane, “Nouns Proper and Improper: Applying the TEI to the classification of proper nouns”, Computers and the Humanities 31:4 (1997/1998).
  • Lavagnino, John, and Jacque Russom. "Senses of Sexual in the Women Writers Project Textbase". WWP Newsletter 2:3 (1996)
  • Lavagnino, John. “Completeness and Adequacy in Text Encoding”, in The Literary Text in the Digital Age, ed. Richard Finneran, University of Michigan Press, 1996.
  • Lavagnino, John. “Electronic Editions and the Needs of Readers”, in Critical Survey 9:1 (1997), 70-77; and in W. Speed Hill, ed., New Ways of Looking at Old Texts II: Papers of The Renaissance English Text Society, 1992-1996 (Tempe, AZ: MRTS for RETS, 1998).
  • Lavagnino, John. “The Show Must Go On: Problems of Tagging Performance Texts”, in Computers and the Humanities 29:2 (1995), 113-121.
  • Mah, Carole, and Julia Flanders. "Scholarly Needs, Encoding Challenges: Correction, Regularization, and Expansion". WWP Newsletter 2:2 (1996).
  • Mah, Carole, et al., “Some Problems of TEI Markup and Early Printed Books”, Computers and the Humanities 31:1 (1996).
  • Renear, Allen. “Out of Praxis: Three (Meta)Theories of Textuality,” in Electronic Text: Investigations in Method and Theory, Kathryn Sutherland, ed. Oxford University Press, 1997.
  • Renear, Allen. "Theory and Metatheory in the Development of Text Encoding, The Monist, 80:3 July 1997.
  • Renear, Allen, et al., “Author’s Response to Three Comments on ‘What is Text, Really?’” Journal of Computer Documentation, 1997.
  • Renear, Allen, et al., “Refining Our Notion of What Text Really Is: The Problem of Overlapping Hierarchies” in Research in Humanities Computing, ed. N. Ide, Oxford, 1995.