Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0049. Tuesday, 24 January, 1995.
From: Luc Borot <
Date: Tuesday, 24 Jan 95 11:51:44 +0100
Subject: Renaissance W3s
I am preparing a presentation of the Shakespearean and Elizabethan servers on
the Net for the coming issue of Cahiers Elisabethains. I have spotted 2 WWW
servers in Germany, and several links to US servers. I would be very grateful
if the colleagues involved in W3 or gopher or ftp servers in Tudor and Stuart
studies sent me a note with a description of their servers, their addresses of
course, and a brief blurb on the spirit behind the machines. The servers
offering a choice of Shakespeare editions are also welcome to inform us of the
choice they made. It is not always bery obvious: which text? why? which
editions were considered in a first phase? how were they made into e-texts?
If time gets too short (you know how printers are), I will only publish a
catalogue this April, followed by a review essay in the October issue.
Glad to be of some help to advertise our activities in the 'paper' world.