Here you will find links to different sites of interest as well as internet resources on textual criticism. If you have any suggestions please contact Barbara Bordalejo
Notes and Articles
The Phylogeny of the Canterbury Tales by A. Barbrook, N. Blake, C. Howe and P. Robinson
The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism, by A. E. Housman
Textual Scholarship, Textual Theory, and the Uses of Electronic Tools: A Brief Report on Current Undertakings by Jerome McGann
Current issues in making digital editions of medieval texts? or, do electronic scholarly editions have a future? by Peter Robinson
Where we are with Electronic Scholarly Editions, and Where we Want to Be by Peter Robinson
Electronic Textual Editing: Foreword by G. Thomas Tanselle, Earlham College
The TEI Electronic Textual Editing
Wikipedia: Textual Criticism
Association for Documentary Editing
American Printing History Association
Bibliographical Society of America
Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand
The Bibliographical Society of Canada
Bibliographical Society of Virginia
Early Book Society
Edinburgh Bibliographical Society
European Society for Textual Scholarship
Oxford Bibliographical Society
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing
Society for Textual Scholarship
York Bibliographical Society
Canterbury Tales Project
The Parsival Project
Stanton and Anthony Papers Online Project
Women Writers Project
Caxtons Canterbury Tales: The British Library Copies
Digital Nestle-Aland Prototype
L585: Descriptive Bibliography, School of Library and Information Science
University of Birmingham: The Textual Genome, Theology, Historical Studies
Leiden University: Textual History and Textual Criticism of the Old Testament, Distance Learning Course, Theology
University of Cambridge: Textual Criticism, Anglo-
Saxon, Norse and Celtic.
Paleography and codicology, Anglo-
Saxon, Norse and Celtic.
University of Kansas:
ENG 520/ HIST 500: History of the Book, Department of Communication Studies
University of Minnesota:
COMM 8504: Textual Criticism, Department of Communication Studies
University of Oxford:
Greek Textual Criticism, Faculty of Classics
Latin Textual Criticism, Faculty of Classics
University of Southamton: ENGL6028: Writing in the Middle Ages
University of Texas, Arlington: Humanities 5392
Texts and Textuality: Textual Scholarship and the Humanities, Fall 1994,
University of Western Ontario: English 814: The Hypertext Edition: Theory and Practice
The Editorial Institute's (Boston University) Master's and PhD's program
The Institute for English Studies's (University of London) Master on History of the Book
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing's (University of Birmingham) Master on Electronic Editing
The University of Birmingham's Master on Text and Book
The University of Leiden's Book and Byte: Book and Digital Media Studies Master
The University of Toronto's Book History and Print Culture Program, which offers both Master's and PhD's degrees
The University of Washington's Textual Studies Program
The deadline for proposals for the Society for Textual ScholarshipSociety for Textual Scholaship conference is the 31st of October 2006. Follow this link for more information.
Call for papers for the European Society for Textual Scholarship.
Call for papers for the 4th International Conference on the Book, which will be held at Emerson College. The deadline for proposals is June 15th 2006.
Research Centers and Institutes
Australian Scholarly Editions Centre
Centre for Editing Lives and Letters
Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies
Electronic Text Center
Institute for the Future of the Book
Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing
Studies in Bibliography
Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America
Book History Bibliography by Richard W. Clement,
University of Kansas
Electronic Books and Texts: Case Studies and History: a bibliography on electronic publication.
WEMSK 17: Textual Criticism by Jim Marchand. WEMSK stands for What Every Medievalist Should Know, but the bibliographies are useful to non-medievalists also.
WEMSK 17a: Textual Criticism Addendum
WEMSK 18: Editing
WEMSK 19: Paleography
WEMSK 20: Codicology
W. Van Mierlo
Papyri and Papyrology
Accademia Fiorentina di Papirologia e di Studi sul Mondo Antico: This is the Italian language version the english one is still under construction. There are links to conferences, seminars and it gives access to their online catalogue.
Centre de Documentation de Papyrologie Littéraire at the University of Liège.
Christian Papyri: a bibliography with links to collections of christian papyri.
Egypt Exploration Society: features an online catalogue, as well as notices about fieldwork and events.
The Friends of Herculaneum: News and information about Herculaneum. There is a link to their papyri collection and also a guide with translations to the books found there.
Papyri at Genève, Bibliothèque Publique et Universitaire: a catalogue to their collection.
The Hawara Papyri: a collection of papyri found in Hawara in 1888.
Institut de Papyrologie de la Sorbonne: This site is in French. It presents a detailed catalogue which covers Demotic, Greek, Latin, Coptic and Arabic.
Papyrology Home Page by John D. Muccigrosso, Drew University.
POxy: Oxyrhynchus Online: The official site of the Oxyrhynchus papyri.
Seminar für Papyrologie at Heidelberg: it has links to their library, projects and other papyrology sites.
Early English Books Online: the texts are there, the quality is a totally different matter.
Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web by Timothy W. Seid, Earlham College. This site is mainly dedicated to Greek New Testament. It has a section on textual criticism and a very good textual critical exercise that you could use in teaching.