Appendix F Bibliography

Appendix F.1 Works cited in examples in the Guidelines

  1. No source. made up for the Guidelines.
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  32. Byron, George Gordon. Vision of Judgment In E.H. Coleridge ed. The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, viii, 1922.
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  34. Cabaret. A musical play, with book by Joe Masteroff, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and music by John Kaner. Based on the play by John van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood. 1966
  35. Edward Barkley, describing how Essex drove the Irish from the plains into the woods to freeze or famish in winter; quoted by Canny, Nicholas P. The Ideology of English Colonization: From Ireland to America. In Stanley N. Katz and John M. Murrin eds. Colonial America: Essays in Politics and Social Development, 3d ed New York: Knopf, (1983), p.53.
  36. Carroll, Lewis. Through the Looking Glass, and what Alice found there. (1871)
  37. The Castle of the Fly, in Russian Fairy Tales, translated by Norbert Guterman from the collections of Aleksandr Afanas'ev, illustrations by Alexander Alexeieff, folkloristic commentary by Roman Jakobson (New York: Pantheon Books, 1947, rpt. [n.d.]), p. 25.
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  41. Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Tale of Sir Topas, The Canterbury Tales, In F. N. Robinson ed. The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, 2nd edition Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1957.
  42. Cholières, Nicolas de La Forest Nuptiale 1600
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  44. Cleaver, Eldridge. Soul on Ice. New York (1968)
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  47. Cocteau, Jean. La Machine Infernale.
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  51. Collins English Dictionary. London: Collins
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  64. Defoe, Daniel. Journal of the Plague Year. London (1722)
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Appendix F.3 Reading list

The following lists of readings in markup theory and the TEI derive from work originally prepared by Susan Schreibman and Kevin Hawkins for the TEI Education Special Interest Group, recoded in TEI P5 by Sabine Krott and Eva Radermacher. They should be regarded only as a snapshot of work in progress, to which further contributions and corrections are welcomed (see further

Appendix F.3.1 Theory of Markup and XML

  1. Adriaan Weel. The Concept of Markup. Digital Text and the Gutenberg Heritage, (no date). chapter 3. [in preparation; draft only]
  2. Alan Morrison, Michael Popham, Karen Wikander. Creating and Documenting Electronic Texts: A Guide to Good Practice, (no date).
  3. Allen H. Renear, David Dubin, C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen. Towards a Semantics for XML Markup. Richard Furuta, Jonathan I. Maletic, Ethan V. Munson (eds.) Proceedings of the 2002 ACM Symposium on Document Engineering, 2002. McLean, VA: Association for Computing Machinery. p. 119–126.
  4. Allen H. Renear, Christopher Phillippe, Pat Lawton, David Dubin. An XML Document Corresponds to Which FRBR Group 1 Entity?. B. Tommie Usdin, Steven R. Newcomb (eds.) Proceedings of Extreme Markup Languages 2003: Montreal, Canada, 2003.
  5. Allen H. Renear, David Dubin, C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Claus Huitfeldt. XML Semantics and Digital Libraries. Proceedings of the 3rd ACM/IEEE–CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 2003. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society. p. 303–305.
  6. Allen H. Renear. Text Encoding. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemans, John Unsworth (eds.) A Companion to Digital Humanities, 2004. Oxford: Blackwell. p. 218–239.
  7. Allen Renear, David Durand, Elli Mylonas. Refining our Notion of What Text Really Is: The Problem of Overlapping Hierarchies. Susan Hockey, Nancy Ide (eds.) Research in Humanities Computing 4: Selected Papers from the 1992 ALLC/ACH Conference, 1996. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 263–280.
  8. Allen Renear. Out of Praxis: Three (Meta)Theories of Textuality. Kathryn Sutherland (ed.) Electronic Text: Investigations in Method and Theory, 1997. New York, NY: Clarendon Press Oxford. p. 107–126.
  9. Allen Renear. The Descriptive/Procedural Distinction is Flawed. Markup Languages: Theory and Practice 2000. 2 (4) p. 411–420.
  10. Alois Pichler. Advantages of a Machine-Readable Version of Wittgenstein's Nachlaß. Kjell S. Johannessen, Tore Nordenstam (eds.) Culture and Value: Philosophy and the Cultural Sciences. Beiträge des 18. Internationalen Wittgenstein Symposiums 13–20. August 1995 Kirchberg am Wechsel, 1995. Kirchberg am Wechsel: Die Österreichische Ludwig Wittgenstein Gesellschaft. p. 770–776.
  11. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Claus Huitfeld. Concurrent Document Hierarchies in MECS and SGML. Literary and Linguistic Computing 1999. 14 (1) pp. 29-42.
  12. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Claus Huitfeldt. Concurrent document hierarchies in MECS and SGML. Literary and Linguistic Computing 1999. 14 (1) p. 29–42.
  13. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Claus Huitfeldt, Allen H. Renear. Meaning and Interpretation in Markup. Markup Languages: Theory and Practice 2000. 2 (3) p. 215–234.
  14. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen, David Dubin, Claus Huitfeldt, Allen Renear. Drawing Inferences on the Basis of Markup. B. Tommie Usdin, Steven R. Newcomb (eds.) Proceedings of Extreme Markup Languages 2002: Montreal, Canada, 2002.
  15. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen. Rabbit/duck grammars: a validation method for overlapping structures. Proceedings of Extreme Markup Languages 2006, 2006.
  16. Charles F. Goldfarb. A Generalized Approach to Document Markup. Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN SIGOA Symposium on Text Manipulation, 1981. New York: ACM. 68–73. [Adapted as "Annex A. Introduction to Generalized Markup" in ISO 8879]
  17. Charles Lightfoot. Generic Textual Element Identification—A Primer, 1979. Arlington: Graphic Communications Computer Association.
  18. Christopher Welty, Nancy Ide. Using the Right Tools: Enhancing Retrieval from Marked-up Documents. Computers and the Humanities 1999. 33 (1–2) p. 59–84.
  19. Claus Huitfeldt. Multi-dimensional Texts in a One-dimensional Medium. Computers and the Humanities 1994. 28 (4/5) p. 235–241.
  20. Claus Huitfeldt. Toward a Machine-Readable Version of Wittgenstein's Nachlaß: Some Editorial Problems. Hans Gerhard Senger (ed.) Philosophische Editionen. Erwartungen an sie — Wirkungen durch sie, 1994. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag. p. 37–43. Beihefte zu editio 6.
  21. Darrell Raymond, Frank Tompa, Derick Wood. From Data Representation to Data Model: Meta-Semantic Issues in the Evolution of SGML. Computer Standards & Interfaces 1996. 18 (1) p. 25–36.
  22. David T. Barnard, Lou Burnard, Jean-Pierre Gaspart, Lynne A. Price, C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen, Giovanni Battista Varile. Hierarchical Encoding of Text: Technical Problems and SGML Solutions. Computers and the Humanities 1995. 29 (3) p. 211–231.
  23. David T. Barnard, Lou Burnard, C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen. Lessons learned from using SGML in the Text Encoding Initiative. Computer Standards & Interfaces 1996. 18 (1) p. 3–10.
  24. Dennis G. Watson. Brief History of Document Markup, 1992. [Circular 1086. Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida]
  25. Dino Buzzetti. Digital Representation and the Text Model. New Literary History 2002. 33 (1) p. 61–88.
  26. Fabio Vitali, Luca Bompani, Paolo Ciancarini. Hypertext Functionalities with XML. Markup Languages: Theory & Practice 2000. 2 (4) p. 389.
  27. Frank M. Shipman III, Catherine C. Marshall. Formality Considered Harmful: Experiences, Emerging Themes, and Directions on the Use of Formal Representations in Interactive Systems. Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 1999. 8 (4) p. 333–352.
  28. George P. Landow, Paul Delany (eds.) The Digital Word: Text-based Computing in the Humanities, 1993. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  29. James H. Coombs. Information Management System for Scholars, 1986. Providence: Brown Computer Center. Technical Memorandum TM 69–2
  30. James H. Coombs, Allen Renear, Steven J. DeRose. Markup Systems and The Future of Scholarly Text Processing. Communications of the ACM 1987. 30 (11) p. 933–947.[Reprinted with new commentary in Landow and Delany (eds.) (1993), pp 85–118]
  31. Jerome McGann. The Rationale of Hypertext. Kathryn Sutherland (ed.) Electronic Text: Investigations in Method and Theory, 1997. New York, NY: Clarendon Press Oxford. p. 19–46.
  32. Jerome McGann. Radiant Textuality: Literature After the World Wide Web, 2001. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillian.
  33. Jerome McGann. Marking Texts of Many Dimensions. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth (eds.) A Companion to Digital Humanities, 2004. Oxford: Blackwell. p. 198–217.
  34. John Lavagnino. Completeness and Adequacy in Text Encoding. Richard J. Finneran (ed.) The Literary Text in the Digital Age, 1996. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. p. 63–76.
  35. John Unsworth. Scholarly Primitives: What Methods Do Humanities Researchers Have in Common, How Might Our Tools Reflect This?, 2000. [Part of a Symposium on "Humanities Computing: Formal Methods, Experimental Practice" sponsored by King's College, London]
  36. John Unsworth. Knowledge Representation in Humanities Computing, 2001. [Lecture I in the eHumanities NEH Lecture Series on Technology & the Humanities, Washington, DC, April 3, 2001]
  37. John Unsworth, Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, Lou Burnard (eds.) Electronic Textual Editing, 2004. TEI Consortium.
  38. Joshua Lubell. Structured Markup on the Web: A Tale of Two Sites. Markup Languages: Theory & Practice 1999. 1 (3) p. 7–22.
  39. Leslie Lamport. Document Production: Visual or Logical?. Notices of the American Mathematical Society 1987. 34 p. 621–624. [Republished as Lamport (1988)]
  40. Leslie Lamport. Document Production: Visual or Logical?. TUGboat 1988. 9 (1) pp. 8-10.
  41. Liam Quin. Suggestive Markup: Explicit Relationships in Descriptive and Prescriptive DTDs. B. Tommie Usdin, Deborah A. Lapeyre (eds.) SGML'96 Conference Proceedings, 1996. Alexandria, VA: Graphic Communications Association. p. 405–418.
  42. Lou Burnard. What is SGML and how does it help?. Daniel Greenstein (ed.) Modelling Historical Data: Towards a Standard for Encoding and Exchanging Machine-readable Texts, 1991. St Katherinen: Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte In Kommission bei Scripta Mercaturae Verlag. p. 81–91. Halbgraue Reihe zur Historischen Fachinformatik Herausg. von Manfred Thaller serie A 11. [Revised version published as Burnard (1995)]
  43. Lou Burnard. SGML on the Web: Too Little Too Soon or Too Much Too Late?. Computers & Texts 1995. 15 p. 12–15.
  44. Lou Burnard. What is SGML and How Does It Help?. Computers and the Humanities 1995. 29 (1) p. 41–50.[Reprinted in Ide and Veronis (eds.) (1995), pp. 41-50]
  45. Lou Burnard. Is Humanities Computing an Academic Discipline? or, Why Humanities Computing Matters, 1999. [Presented at an interdisciplinary seminar at the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia, November 1999.]
  46. Lou Burnard. Using SGML for Linguistic Analysis: The Case of the BNC. Markup Languages Theory and Practice 1999. Cambridge, Massachusettes: MIT Press. 2 p. 31–51. [Also published in Moser et al. (eds.) (2001), pp. 53–72]
  47. Lou Burnard, Elizabeth Lalou, Peter Robinson. Vers un Standard Européen de Description des Manuscrits: Le Projet Master. Documents Numeriques Les Documents Anciens 1999. Paris: Hermes Science Publications. 3 (1–2) pp. 151-169.
  48. Lou Burnard. XML: The Dream and the Reality, 1999. [Closing plenary address at the XML Europe Conference, Granada, May 1999]
  49. Lou Burnard, Claudia Claridge, Josef Schmied, Rainer Siemund. Encoding the Lampeter Corpus. DRH98: Selected Papers from Digital Resources for the Humanities, 2000. London: Office for Humanities Communication.
  50. Lou Burnard. From Two Cultures to Digital Culture: The Rise of the Digital Demotic, 2000. [Presented at CLIP, Alicante] [Published in Italian as Burnard (2001)]
  51. Lou Burnard. Dalle «Due Culture» Alla Cultura Digitale: La Nascita del Demotico Digitale. Translated by Federico PelliziIl Verri Nella Rete 2001. Milano: Monogramma. 16 p. 9–22.
  52. Lou Burnard. On the Hermeneutic Implications of Text Encoding. Domenico Fiormonte, Jonathan Usher (eds.) New Media and the Humanities: Research and Applications, 2001. Oxford: Humanities Computing Unit. p. 31–38.
  53. Lou Burnard. Encoding Standards for the Electronic Edition. Matija Ogrin (ed.) Znanstvene Izdaje in Elektronski Medij, Scholarly Editions and the Digital Medium, 2005. Ljubljana: Studia Litteraria ZRC ZAZU. p. 12–67.
  54. Lou Burnard. Metadata for corpus work. Martin Wynne (ed.) Developing Linguistic Corpora: A Guide to Good Practice, 2005. Oxford: Oxbow Books. p. 30–46.
  55. Lou Burnard, Katherine O'Brien O'Keefe, John Unsworth (eds.) Electronic Textual Editing, 2006. New York: Modern Languages Association.
  56. Michael Popham. What Is Markup and Why Does It Matter. Michael Popham, Lorna Hughes (eds.) Computers and Teaching in the Humanities: Selected Papers from the CATH94 Conference held in Glasgow University September 9th-12th 1994, 1996. Oxford: CTI Centre for Textual Studies.
  57. Nancy Ide, Jean Veronis (eds.) The Text Encoding Initiative: Background and Contexts, 1995. Dordrecht, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publisher.
  58. Paul Caton. Markup's Current Imbalance. Markup Languages: Theory and Practice 2001. 3 (1) p. 1–13. [This paper was proceeded by reports at the Joint Annual Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing in 1999 (Charlottesville, Virginia) and Extreme Markup Languages 2000 (Montreal, Canada)]
  59. Robin Cover. Markup Languages and (Non-) Hierarchies, 2005. [Technology report from the Cover Pages]
  60. Ruey-Shun Chen, Shien-Chiang Yu. Developing an XML Framework for Metadata System. Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies, 2003. Dublin. p. 267–272. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 49. [This paper was presented in a session entitled "Electronic Document Technology."]
  61. SGML Users' Group. A Brief History of the Development of SGML, 1990.
  62. Stephan Moser, Peter Stahl, Werner Wegstein, Norbert Richard Wolf (eds.) Maschinelle Verarbeitung Altdeutscher Texte V (Beiträge zum Fünften Internationalen Symposion, Würzburg, 4–6 März 1997), 2001. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
  63. Steven J. DeRose, David G. Durand, Elli Mylonas, Allen H. Renear. What is Text, Really?. Journal of Computing in Higher Education 1990. 1 (2) p. 3–26. [Republished (DeRose et al. (1997)) as a "classic reprint" with invited commentary and authors' replies in the ACM/SIGDOC]
  64. Steven J. DeRose. Structured Information: Navigation, Access, and Control, 1995. [Paper presented at the Berkeley Finding Aid Conference, April 4–6, 1995]
  65. Steven J. DeRose, David G. Durand, Elli Mylonas, Allen H. Renear. What is Text, Really?. Journal of Computer Documentation 1997. 21 (3) p. 1–24.
  66. Susan Hockey. Creating and Using Electronic Editions. Richard J. Finneran (ed.) The Literary Text in the Digital Age, 1996. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. p. 1–22.
  67. Susan Hockey, Allen Renear, Jerome J. McGann. What is Text? A Debate on the Philosophical and Epistemological Nature of Text in the Light of Humanities Computing Research, 1999. [Panel presented at ACH/ALLC 1999]
  68. Susan Hockey. Electronic Texts in the Humanities, 2000. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  69. Susan Schreibman. Computer-mediated Texts and Textuality: Theory and Practice. Computers and the Humanities 2002. 36 (3) p. 283–293.
  70. Susan Schreibman. The Text Ported. Literary and Linguistic Computing 2002. 17 (1) p. 77–87.
  71. Susanne Salmon-Alt. Data Structures for Etymology: Towards an Etymological Lexical Network. BULAG: revue internationale annuelle Numéro Etymologie 2006. Besançon: Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté. 31.
  72. Suzana Sukovic. Beyond the Scriptorium: The Role of the Library in Text Encoding. D-Lib 2002. 8 (1) .
  73. Tony Graham. Unicode: What Is It and How Do I Use It?. Markup Languages: Theory & Practice 1999. 1 (4) p. 75.
  74. Tony McEnery, Lou Burnard, Andrew Wilson, Paul Baker. Validation of Linguistic Corpora, 1998. [Report commissioned by ELRA]
  75. University of Nebraska — Lincoln Libraries. A Basic Guide to Text Encoding, 2003.
  76. Wendell Piez. Beyond the 'Descriptive vs. Procedural' Distinction. B. Tommie Usdin, Steven R. Newcomb (eds.) Proceedings of Extreme Markup Languages 2001: Montreal, Canada, 2001.

Appendix F.3.2 TEI

  1. Alan Morrison. Delivering Electronic Texts Over the Web: The Current and Planned Practices of the Oxford Text Archive. Computers and the Humanities 1999. 33 (1-2) pp. 193-198.
  2. Allen Renear. Theory and Metatheory in the Development of Text Encoding. Michael A. R. Biggs, Claus Huitfeldt (eds.) Philosophy and Electronic Publishing, 1995. [Interactive seminar for the Monist]
  3. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen. Text in the Electronic Age: Textual Study and Text Encoding, with Examples from Medieval Texts. Literary & Linguistic Computing 1991. 6 (1) pp. 34-46.
  4. C. Michael Sperberg-McQueen. The Text Encoding Initiative: Electronic Text Markup for Research. Brett Sutton (ed.) Literary Texts in an Electronic Age, 1994. Urbana-Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Graduate School of Library and Information Science. p. 35–55.
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