Archive of Papers

What is a Digital Editorial Intervention? On the primacy of syntax in digital scholarly editions, and the limits of digital editorial interventions

Zundert, J.J. van & Andrews, T.L., 2017, ‘What is a Digital Editorial Intervention? On the primacy of syntax in digital scholarly editions, and the limits of digital editorial interventions’ Paper presented at ESTS 2017: Editorial Degrees of Intervention, Alcalá de Henares, Spain, 23/11/2017 – 24/11/2017.

Defactoring ‘Pace of Change’: Exploring Code Review Methods for Textual Scholarship and Literary Studies

Zundert, J.J. van & Burton, M., 2017, ‘Defactoring ‘Pace of Change’: Exploring Code Review Methods for Textual Scholarship and Literary Studies’ Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Canada, 07/08/2017 – 11/08/2017, pp. 361–363.

Close Reading and Slow Programming — Computer Code as Digital Scholarly Edition

Zundert, J.J. van, 2016, ‘Close Reading and Slow Programming — Computer Code as Digital Scholarly Edition’ Paper presented at ESTS 2016 / DiXiT 3, Antwerp, Belgium, 05/10/2016 – 07/10/2016, .

What Are You Trying to Say? — The Interface as an Integral Element of Argument

Andrews, T.L. & Zundert, J.J. van, 2016, ‘What Are You Trying to Say? — The Interface as an Integral Element of Argument’ Paper presented at International Conference ‘Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces’, Centre for Information Modelling, Graz, Austria, 22/09/2016 – 24/09/2016, pp. 29-30.

Qu’est-ce qu’un texte numérique? A New Rationale for the Digital Representation of Text

Zundert, J.J. van & Andrews, T.L., 2016, ‘Qu’est-ce qu’un texte numérique? A New Rationale for the Digital Representation of Text’ Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2016, Krakow, Poland, 12/07/2016 – 16/07/2016, pp. 395-397.

you.can?( :read )

Zundert, J.J. van, 2016, ‘you.can?( :read )’ Paper presented at Digital Humanities Benelux Conference 2016, Belval/Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, 09/06/2016 – 10/06/2016, .

Code, Scholarship, and Criticism: When is Coding Scholarship and When is it Not?

Zundert, J. van & Haentjens Dekker, R. “Code, Scholarship, and Criticism: When is Coding Scholarship and When is it Not?” In Digital Humanities Conference 2015, Sydney 29 June–3 July 2015. Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2015 Conference, Sydney, Australia. Available at: https://pure.knaw.nl/portal/en/publications/when-is-coding-scholarship-and-when-is-it-not(10f4db01-a76d-4048-9ace-0af54806da75).html

What is Textual Scholarship and What is Not?

Zundert, J.J. van, 2015, ‘What is Textual Scholarship and What is Not?’ Paper presented at ESTS (European Society for Textual Scholarship), 2015, Leicester, United Kingdom, 19/11/2015 – 21/11/2015.

Code and Authorship in the Humanities

Zundert, J.J. van & Middell, G., 2015, ‘Code and Authorship in the Humanities’ Paper presented at Software as Scholarship, Bern, Switzerland, 29/01/2015 – 30/01/2015, .

‘Connecting the ‘webs’: Building interoperability into online services for stemmatology’

Zundert, J. van, Andrews, T.L., Linkola, S. & Roos, T. 2014, ‘Connecting the ‘webs’: Building interoperability into online services for stemmatology’ Paper presented at Digital Humanities Benelux Conference 2014, The Hague, Netherlands, 12/06/2014 – 13/06/2014.

An Interactive Interface for Text Variant Graph Models

Andrews, T. & Zundert, J. van. An Interactive Interface for Text Variant Graph Models. In Digital Humanities 2013. Lincoln (US): Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, 2013, pp.89–91.

Text Theory, Digital Document, and the Practice of Digital Editions (Panel)

Zundert, J. van. et al. Text Theory, Digital Document, and the Practice of Digital Editions. In Digital Humanities 2013. Licoln (US): Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, 2013, pp.59-62.

The Social Shaping of Technology and the Digital Scholarly Edition

Zundert, J. van. The Social Shaping of Technology and the Digital Scholarly Edition. In Social Digital Scholarly Editing Conference 2013. Saskatoon (CND): University of Saskatchewan, 11–13 July 2013.

“It’s live Jim, but not as we know it”, Coping with Living Data

Zundert, J. van. “It’s live Jim, but not as we know it”, Coping with Living Data. In Primo Convegno Annuale dell’Associazione Informatica Umanistica e Cultura Digitale Firenze (IT): Associazione Informatica Umanistica e Cultura Digitale, 13 December 2012. http://www.umanisticadigitale.it/archives/254#more-254

ools XOR Theory? – Digital models and methods for textual scholarship

Zundert, J. van, Middell, G. & Andrews, T.L. (2012). Tools XOR Theory? – Digital models and methods for textual scholarship. In Editing fundamentals: Historical and literary paradigms in source editing – The 9th conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship 2012. Amsterdam (NL), 2012.

Digital editions with eLaborate: from practice to theory

Dalen-Oskam, K.H. van & Zundert, J. van. Digital editions with eLaborate: from practice to theory. In Digital Humanities 2012 – Conference Abstracts. Hamburg: ADHO, 2012, pp.400-402.

Delta in 3D: Copyists Distinction by Scaling Burrow’s Delta

Zundert, J. van & Dalen-Oskam, K.H. van. Delta in 3D: Copyists Distinction by Scaling Burrow’s Delta. In Digital Humanities 2012 – Conference Abstracts. Hamburg: ADHO, 2012, pp.402-404.

Code sprints and Infrastructure

Zundert, J. van, Reside, D., Fraistat, N. & Vershbow, B. (2012). Code sprints and Infrastructure. In Digital Humanities 2012 – Conference Abstracts. Hamburg: ADHO, 2012, pp.331-333.