Einführung in die Editionswissenschaft

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Kocher, Ursula

Einführung in die Editionswissenschaft

[Introduction to Editorial Studies]

Series:De Gruyter Studium

    • concise introduction to editiorial studies
    • takes new aspects of research into account

    Aims and Scope

    Editorial studies: a fundamental intermedial discipline for all subjects which require media of various kinds to be reliably processed and made available. Besides well-founded knowledge of their subjects, editors need knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of editorship. To date, however, there has been an absence of general guidelines which can be applied to all subjects. The present textbook develops these guidelines in order to provide a unified basis for editorial studies.

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    Approx. 300 pages
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Textbook
    Keyword(s):
    Edition; Textual Criticism; Editorial History
    Readership:
    Students and Scholars of Textual Criticism and Literary Studies
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