WWP Publications and Presentations

Women Writers Online and Related Resources

Reports on Grant-Funded Work

  • Taking TEI Further, 2011–2016, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Final report and white paper
  • Cultures of Reception, 2010–2015, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Final report
  • Encoding Names for Contextual Exploration in Digital Thematic Research Collections, 2008–2009, funded by NEH: Final report and white paper
  • Seminars in Humanities Text Encoding with TEI, 2007–2009, funded by NEH: Final report
  • Creating a Guide for Encoding Early Printed Books, 2003–2006, funded by NEH: Final report
  • A Textbase of Pre-Victorian Women’s Writing in English, 1997–2000, funded by NEH: Final report
  • Renaissance Women Online, 1997–1999, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation: Initial report and final report

Documentation

  • A Guide to Scholarly Text Encoding: A detailed reference and guide to text encoding with TEI. The WWP Guide is an online resource designed to help scholars grapple with the whys and hows of text encoding. Clear, jargon-free, and aimed at a humanities audience, the Guide explains text encoding and XML markup from the ground up and provides detailed explanations of how to use the TEI Guidelines in scholarly digital projects.
  • Women Writers Project Encoding Documentation: The WWP’s internal documentation database.
  • Women Writers Project Training Materials: Various tutorials, training guides, and hotsheets.

Publications and Presentations

Here are a few of the publications that WWP staff have published recently on topics such as markup, data modeling, and the digital humanities. You can see a longer list of publications and presentations here.

  • Bauman, Syd. “Interchange vs. Interoperability.” Presented at at Balisage: The Markup Conference 2011, Montréal, Canada, 2011. Published in Proceedings of Balisage: The Markup Conference 2011. Balisage Series on Markup Technologies 7 (2011).
  • Bauman, Syd, and Kathryn Tomasek. “Encoding Historical Financial Records.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 6 (2013).
  • Clark, Ashley and Sarah Connell. “Meta(data)morphosis.” Presented at at Balisage: The Markup Conference 2016, Washington D.C., and published in Proceedings of Balisage: The Markup Conference 2016. Balisage Series on Markup Technologies 17 (2016)
  • Flanders, Julia, Syd Bauman, and Sarah Connell. “XSLT.” and “Text Encoding with TEI.” In Doing Digital Humanities: Practice, Training, and Research, ed. Constance Crompton, Ray Siemens, and Richard Lane. Routledge Press. (2016).
  • Flanders, Julia, and Scott Hamlin. “TAPAS: Building a TEI Publishing and Repository Service.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 5 (2013).
  • Flanders, Julia. “Rethinking Collections.” In Advancing the Digital Humanities, ed. Katherine Bode and Paul Arthur. Palgrave MacMillan, 2014.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Curation.” In Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments, ed. Rebecca Frost Davis, Matt Gold, Katherine Harris, and Jentery Sayers. Modern Language Association. 2016.
  • Flanders, Julia. “Building Otherwise: Gender, Race, and Difference in the Digital Humanities.” In Feminist Debates in Digital Humanities, ed. Jacqueline Wernimont and Elizabeth Losh. 2016.
  • Flanders, Julia. The Shape of Data (co-editor, with Fotis Jannidis). Routledge Press. 2018.
  • Flanders, Julia and Fotis Jannadis. “Data Modeling.” In A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
  • Flanders, Julia and Sarah Connell. “Quality assurance under conditions of scale and complexity.” Parameters (2018).
  • Flanders, Julia and Sarah Connell. “Writing, Reception, Intertextuality: Networking Women’s Writing.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Forthcoming (2020).
  • Campbell, Sarah, Zheng-Yan Yu, Sarah Connell and Cody Dunne. “Close and Distant Reading via Named Entity Network Visualization: A Case Study of Women Writers Online.” Presented at the 2018 Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities, IEEE VIS, in Berlin, Germany.
  • Messina, Cara Marta, Sarah Connell, Julia Flanders, Caroline Klibanoff, Sarah Payne. “Pedagogy, Collaboration, and Sociality as Design Principles in Digital Humanities Projects.” Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities. Iter Press. Forthcoming (2019).
  • Connell, Sarah, Julia Flanders, Nicole Infanta Keller, Elizabeth Polcha, and William Reed Quinn. “Learning from the Past: The Women Writers Project and Thirty Years of Humanities Text Encoding.” Magnificat Cultura i Literatura Medievals 4 (2017).