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ePhilology: when the books talk to their readers

From the introduction: “The term ePhilology implicitly states that, while our strategic goal may remain the scientia totius antiquitatis, the practices whereby we pursue this strategic goal must evolve into something qualitatively different from the practices of the past.”

Author(s):  Crane, Gregory; David Bamman; Alison Babeu
Format:  Article
Publisher:  Perseus
Publication City:  Waltham
Date:  2006
Source:  Preprint from The Blackwell Companion to Digital Literary Studies