#ests2012

We spoke at the ninth conference (22–24 November 2012) of the European Society for Textual ScholarshipEditing Fundamentals: Historical and Literary Paradigms in Source Editing” (#ests2012).

The slides showed during our talk will be available for download here. We will also put up a screencast of the presentation, after the conference.

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