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Connecting the Case Studies : Editorial Methods and the Editorial Circle Model

Göransson, Elisabet LU (2016) In The Arts of Editing Medieval Greek and Latin 203. p.400-429
Abstract
The concluding study offers reflections and a synthetic analysis of all the studies in the casebook, presented from the perspective of a "first reader". The pattern of external factors, editorial challenges, methodologies and forms of presentation is discussed. It offers an interpretation of how the body of case studies manifest a wide spectrum of methodologies. The case studies are categorized through two suggested models, one expressed as a map of varieties of editions produced using different methods and approaches; the other as a hermeneutic editorial circle revolving around four interrelated factors every editor has to take into consideration. The map sets out to clarify the editorial task, while the editorial circle problematizes it... (More)
The concluding study offers reflections and a synthetic analysis of all the studies in the casebook, presented from the perspective of a "first reader". The pattern of external factors, editorial challenges, methodologies and forms of presentation is discussed. It offers an interpretation of how the body of case studies manifest a wide spectrum of methodologies. The case studies are categorized through two suggested models, one expressed as a map of varieties of editions produced using different methods and approaches; the other as a hermeneutic editorial circle revolving around four interrelated factors every editor has to take into consideration. The map sets out to clarify the editorial task, while the editorial circle problematizes it by bringing into the equation experiential parameters often omitted in theoretical discussions. (Less)
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Latin philology, Greek philology, textual criticism, critical editions, editorial methods, editorial theory, editing in theory and practice, Medieval literature, fluent text traditions, online editions
in
The Arts of Editing Medieval Greek and Latin
editor
Göransson, Elisabet; Iversen, Gunilla ; Crostini, Barbara ; Jensen, Brian; Kihlman, Erika; Odelman, Eva; Searby, Denis; ; ; ; ; ; and
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203
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30 pages
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Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
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0082–5328
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978-0-88844-203-1
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English
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  language     = {eng},
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  pages        = {400--429},
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  title        = {Connecting the Case Studies : Editorial Methods and the Editorial Circle Model},
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