Reimagining Textuality: Textual Studies in the Late Age of Print
Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux, Neil Fraistat
University of Wisconsin Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 262 pages
Reimagining 'the text' in the electronic age; What happens when, in the wake of postmodernism, the old enterprises of bibliography, textual criticism, and scholarly editing cross paths and processes with visual and cultural studies? In Reimagining Textuality, major scholars map out a new discipline, drawing on and redirecting a host of subfields concerned with the production, distribution, reproduction, consumption, reception, archiving, editing, and sociology of texts.
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