Issue 17: Scholarly Editions (FAIR criteria)
Editors: Tessa Gengnagel, Frederike Neuber, Daniela Schulz
Managing Editors: Ulrike Henny-Krahmer, Frederike Neuber, Martina Scholger
Published: May 2023 (rolling release)
The work on this issue was performed by members of the task area ‘editions’ in the consortium Text+ of the National Research Data Infrastructure funded by the German Research Foundation (project number 460033370). For more information see the editorial of the previous issue and a poster on the collaboration of Text+ and RIDE presented at the Text+ plenary meeting 2022.
Die Tagebücher von Andreas Okopenko (1949–1954)
Okopenko, Andreas: Tagebücher 1949–1954. Digitale Edition (Version 2.0) , Roland Innerhofer, Bernhard Fetz, Christian Zolles, Laura Tezarek, Arno Herberth, Desiree Hebenstreit, Holger Englerth, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek und Universität Wien (ed.), 2019. https://edition.onb.ac.at/okopenko (Last Accessed: 16.08.2022). Reviewed by Kerstin Manninger (Universität Wien), firstname.lastname@example.org. || Abstract: The publication of Andreas Okopenko’s diaries from 1949 to 1954 is a digital edition that includes carefully transcribed diary entries with thoughtful and transparent, although not always easily accessible, editing guidelines. The presentation of the digital edition...
Friedrich Dürrenmatts Stoffe-Projekt als digitale Edition
Friedrich Dürrenmatt - Das Stoffe-Projekt , Rudolf Probst und Ulrich Weber (ed.), 2021-2022. https://www.fd-stoffe-online.ch/ (Last Accessed: 08.08.2022). Reviewed by Nadine Sutor (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), email@example.com. || Abstract: The Stoffe -project is a text-genetic hybrid edition that digitally processes and presents the works of the Swiss writer Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921–1990). The estate is part of the founding inventory of the Swiss Literary Archives (SLA), where it has been indexed since 1991, one year after Dürrenmatt’s death, and initially digitally processed in a preliminary version. This served as the scientific basis for the five-volume print e...