Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Davis, Emily Katherine Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-05092007-092126 Title John Cleland's The Dictionary of Love: An XML Edition Degree Master of Arts Department English Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Radcliffe, David Hill Committee Chair Evia, Carlos Committee Member Mosser, Daniel Committee Member Keywords
- digital humanities
Date of Defense 2007-04-27 Availability unrestricted Abstract
Conducting and disseminating humanities research is fast becoming a highly technological endeavor. The variety of multimedia options for presenting information changes the questions we ask and the answers we find as well as the problems we encounter and the solutions we devise. The following essays provide an account of creating a digital edition of John Cleland's The Dictionary of Love using XML.
The project utilizes traditional literary research methods while working toward an untraditional digital final product, a characteristic that highlights the feedback loop between form and function. Thus, the purpose of this project is twofold: to provide students and scholars information and analysis on The Dictionary of Love and, in the process, to examine and discuss the challenges, drawbacks and benefits of producing the content as a web-compatible resource.
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