Essays On Our Process
       

The essays collected here are written by members of The Yellow Nineties Online research team. They reflect on the issues involved in the digital editing of 1890s periodicals and consider the relationships between fin-de-siècle communication technology, magazine editing practices, and mass-media developments in the digital age.

 
 
The Yellow Book
Electronic Scholarship’s Back End: The Epic/Epoch of The Yellow Book Online, Vol. I
~ Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, Constance Crompton
With the coming of electronic scholarship to Victorian studies, there’s been an epistemic shift in “how we do the biz.” In Lorraine’s case, the changes came incrementally, rather than as a rupture. My digital life began in 2004, when Jerome McGann invited me to join the Victorian Editorial Board of NINES, the Networked Interface for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship.
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The Yellow Nineties Online
Digital Estrangement, or Anxieties of the Virtually Visual: Xslt Transformations and The Yellow Nineties Online
~ Ruth Knechtel
How can we represent a digital object? Is it simply an online version of its print self? Or can we imagine its online incarnation as challenging the way we analyze, interpret, and model the information from a traditional humanities perspective? Julia Flanders has argued that humanities computing should produce unease.
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The Yellow Nineties Online
"I Still Prefer Books": Narrating the Gentle Introduction to XML Markup
~ Constance Crompton
In April 2010, as we were preparing to launch The 1890s Online, we had three visitors come to the 1890s Digital Studio. They were on a campus-wide tour and so could only stay for a few moments.
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Volume 10
The Yellow Book
Editing the Images of Volume 10 of The Yellow Book : a Practicum Project (July 2013)
~ Madeleine Sawyer
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