ENNC491 Incarnate Textualities

ENNC491 Incarnate Textualities

Class Resources; or, Information on Information (Electronic and Otherwise)

These materials are in three parts. First is a list of the required paper texts. Second is a list of the books that are held on reserve for this course in Clemons Reserve. Third is a list of electronic materials that you may find useful for your work in the class. These relate to issues of hypermedia, of editing theory (general), and electronic editing. There are as well a list of locations that are useful for literary studies in general, and for studying these three writers in particular. These materials are located locally (at UVA) and also at remote sites that can be accessed electronically.


Required Paper Texts


Reserve Books


Electronic and OnLine Resources

From the UVa Library:

From the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities:

Jerome McGann: Electronic Essays and Projects in Editing and Text Theory

Online Guides to Literary Studies

Other Electronic Resources:

These resources take up more general matters relating to electronic textuality and communication. They supply a global context for the procedural imaginations that stand behind much of the work in this class.

The materials here are best accessed through Mosaic/Netscape.


For course HOME PAGE go here.


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