am 20.3.2018 um 12:30 Uhr im Seminarraum des Zentrums für Informationsmodellierung
A considerable part of Slovenian literature, from 17th up to 19th century, could never penetrate into the medium of printed book. Instead, it relied on manuscript production, publication and dissemination, in short, on manuscript culture. When the project of Digital Scholarly Editions of Slovenian Literature started in 2001 as a pilot initiative, its main goal was methodological: to apply traditional philological and text-critical principles on a small set of selected Slovenian manuscript texts, based upon TEI Guidelines (newly released P4 in 2002). Soon, the project developed into a stable methodological and editorial TEI based workflow for research, scholarly editing and publishing of the Slovenian manuscript culture, including a portal of manuscript descriptions. The talk will present some crucial editorial concepts, related to peculiarities of Slovenian early modern manuscript materials.
Matija Ogrin received his PhD in 2001 in comparative literature. As a researcher, he works from 1996 at the Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts in the field of early modern Slovenian literature, where he coordinated several DH projects.