A non-exhaustive list of books that are consulted in (and useful for) this class:

Bryant, John. The Fluid Text. U Michigan P, 2002.

Bowers, Fredson. “Some Principles…” (in Art and Error).

Bucci, Richard. “Tanselle’s “Editing without a Copy-Text”: Genesis, Issues, Prospects”.

Burnard, Lou. What is the Text Encoding Initiative? (Open Edition, 2014).

Cummings, James. “The Text Encoding Initiative and the Study of Literature”. A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, ed. Susan Schreibman and Ray Siemens (Blackwell, 2008).

Gabler, Hans Walter. Text Genetics in Literary Modernism and Other Essays [especially “Theorizing the Digital Scholarly Edition”] (Open Book, 2018).

Gaskell, Philip. From Writer to Reader: Studies in Editorial Method (Oak Knoll, 1978).

Gottesman, Ronald and Scott Bennett, eds. Art and Error: Modern Textual Editing (Indiana UP, 1970).

Greetham, David. Scholarly Editing: A Guide to Research (New York: MLA, 1995)

–––– “A History of Textual Scholarship” (from the Cambridge Companion to Textual Scholarship).

W. W. Greg, “The Rationale of Copy Text” (in Art and Error).

Housman, A. E. “The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism” (Art and Error).

McGann, Jerome. A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism (UP of Virginia, 1983).

––––. A New Republic of Letters (Harvard UP, 2014).

Parker, Hershel. Flawed Texts and Verbal Icons (Northwestern UP, 1984).

Tanselle, G. Thomas. “The Editing of Historical Documents,” Studies in Bibliography 31 (1978), pp. 1–56.

––––. “The Varieties of Scholarly Editing” (Greetham, 1995).

Pierazzo, Elena. Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories, Models and Methods (Ashgate, 2015).

––––. Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices (Open Book, 2016).

Piez, Wendell. “TEI in LMNL: Implications for Modeling” (jTEI, 2014).