14/05/2009,

Programme

Thursday 14 May 2009

14:00 Welcome

14:10 Introduction

14:30 « Case Studies I » (presentations and discussion)

Chair: Jean-Louis Lebrave

  • Ken Price and Brett Barney, The Making, Remaking, and Unmaking of Walt Whitman’s « The Sleepers »
  • Daniel Ferrer, Complex genetic relationships
  • Anne Bohnenkamp, Goethe’s ‘Faust’. Towards reconstruction and presentation of the drama’s genesis
  • Wolfgang Lukas, Problèmes de genèse et de leur représentation dans l’édition historique et critique de la correspondance de C. F. Meyer

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 « Case Studies II » (presentations and discussion)

Chair: Daniel Ferrer

  • Jean-Louis Lebrave, Three emblematic cases for a digital edition of genetic data
  • John Bryant, Coding the Revision Sequence
  • Dirk Van Hulle, Segment shifts in modern manuscripts: That Time, in Beckett’s hand
  • Kathryn Sutherland, Is there a case for a Genetic Edition of Jane Austen’s Manuscripts?

18:00 Summary

Friday 15 May 2009

Venue: Amphithéâtre Jules-Ferry (29, rue d’Ulm)

09:00 « Concepts » (presentations and discussion)

Chair: Laurent Romary

  • Jean-Daniel Fekete, From Corpus to Regions: Multiscale Representation of Draft Manuscripts
  • Axel Gellhaus, Die Entstehung von literarischen Konzepten und die Probleme ihrer editorischen Darstellung: Stadien der Verräumlichung und Stadien der Linearisierung
  • Hans Walter Gabler, TEXT GENETICS – GENETIC EDITING – GENETIC EDITIONS
  • Claus Huitfeldt, Grammar, Space and Time

10:30 The TEI task force « Genetic Editions » (presentation)

11:15 Coffee Break

11:30 Modelling the Encoding (working groups)

13:15 Lunch Break

14:00 Modelling the Encoding (presentations and discussion)

15:00 Wrap-Up, Summary, Outlook

15:30 Closure

pan style= »font-weight:bold; »>Programme

Thursday 14 May 2009

14:00 Welcome

14:10 Introduction

14:30 « Case Studies I » (presentations and discussion)

Chair: Jean-Louis Lebrave

  • Ken Price and Brett Barney, The Making, Remaking, and Unmaking of Walt Whitman’s « The Sleepers »
  • Daniel Ferrer, Complex genetic relationships
  • Anne Bohnenkamp, Goethe’s ‘Faust’. Towards reconstruction and presentation of the drama’s genesis
  • Wolfgang Lukas, Problèmes de genèse et de leur représentation dans l’édition historique et critique de la correspondance de C. F. Meyer

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 « Case Studies II » (presentations and discussion)

Chair: Daniel Ferrer

  • Jean-Louis Lebrave, Three emblematic cases for a digital edition of genetic data
  • John Bryant, Coding the Revision Sequence
  • Dirk Van Hulle, Segment shifts in modern manuscripts: That Time, in Beckett’s hand
  • Kathryn Sutherland, Is there a case for a Genetic Edition of Jane Austen’s Manuscripts?

18:00 Summary

Friday 15 May 2009

Venue: Amphithéâtre Jules-Ferry (29, rue d’Ulm)

09:00 « Concepts » (presentations and discussion)

Chair: Laurent Romary

  • Jean-Daniel Fekete, From Corpus to Regions: Multiscale Representation of Draft Manuscripts
  • Axel Gellhaus, Die Entstehung von literarischen Konzepten und die Probleme ihrer editorischen Darstellung: Stadien der Verräumlichung und Stadien der Linearisierung
  • Hans Walter Gabler, TEXT GENETICS – GENETIC EDITING – GENETIC EDITIONS
  • Claus Huitfeldt, Grammar, Space and Time

10:30 The TEI task force « Genetic Editions » (presentation)

11:15 Coffee Break

11:30 Modelling the Encoding (working groups)

13:15 Lunch Break

14:00 Modelling the Encoding (presentations and discussion)

15:00 Wrap-Up, Summary, Outlook

15:30 Closure