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Intellectual MP3?

Baillot, Anne (13 févr. 2012)

For the last time this term, we had a session of our doctoral seminar  this afternoon. We have had a lot of guests lately but will catch up on our own presentations next term with me presenting my book project and Sabine and Selma talking about their respective dissertations. But for today, Toni ...

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Of writers and their publishers

Baillot, Anne (6 mai 2015)

As I mentioned in my last post, I am giving a class on writers and their publishers from the late 18th century until today. I will round up the chapter on the late 18th century tomorrow and then move to the first half of the 19th century: birth of the author, first copyright in Germany, and a more ...

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Digitizing objects (#dhb_2)

Baillot, Anne (13 oct. 2013)

Although term starts only tomorrow, it is as if I had been on business mode for a while already. The organization of the second workshop of the DH Berlin circle kept me busy all along September and it is only now that some rest is in sight - you know, the rest you get from pagan activities like ...

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The grandfather's hand

Baillot, Anne (1 déc. 2013)

I had intended to blog an English summary of the paper I gave on Thursday, but I will postpone the father's hand (title of my paper) to go to the grandfather's hand first. In her keynote at our conference of last week, Ulrike Vedder introduced the idea that all writing is testamentary and that ...

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Hamburger Impressions! #dh2012

Baillot, Anne (17 juil. 2012)

Here are Sabine, Anna and Alex standing by our fabulous poster this morning. I hope you appreciate the way the 2 arrows point towards the ladies, their enthusiastic smiles and their huge name tags!

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Archivalien im Zeitalter ihrer technischen Reproduzierbarkeit

Baillot, Anne (4 juin 2015)

Ein Tagungsbericht von Johanna Preusse Das Netzwerk KOOP Litera Deutschland veranstaltet jedes Jahr eine Tagung, die verschiedenen Institutionen, die mit Autographen und Nachlässen arbeiten, einen Austausch ermöglicht. Angesprochen sind also in erster Linie Archive und Bibliotheken, aber ebenso ...

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Back to school

Baillot, Anne (15 août 2012)

With school starting on August 6th, the University buildings are deserted but for those who have kids in school age like I do. You can even recognized the bikes, not only because they are parked from 8:20 on, but also because they have old child seats on them that are discoloured by their exposure ...

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Why letters? Because letters!

Baillot, Anne (22 déc. 2011)

I have always sworn by letters. It started when I was 12. First, I loved receiving them. Then, writing them. In those lucky times when, like most people, I had no idea what an e-mail is, I found everything about postality enjoyable. Checking on the mailbox again and again, opening the envelope, ...

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Horizon 2026

Baillot, Anne (23 janv. 2013)

Yesterday, we had a guest in the person of Peter Stadler, who came to present the Carl-Maria-von-Weber-Gesamtausgabe and talk about technicalities and general DH philosophy. It is always interesting, as it has also been in discussions with Stefan Dumont (who develops the digital work environment ...

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Digital Editions Session Part 2

Baillot, Anne (13 oct. 2011)

It seems to me that the different projects presented so far each try to deal in their different way with the dilemma of simplicity vs. complexity. The paper of Bertrand Francois Gaiffe and Béatrice Stumpf, mostly a technical one, showed the difficulty of trying to on the one hand simplify the TEI ...

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