Project: Transforming Humanities Texts

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Transforming Humanities Texts
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This project brings open pedagogy into conversation with scholarly editing to support humanities courses in disciplines including philosophy, literature, history, and anthropology. It is designed to encourage rigorous (also, authentic and enjoyable) reading experiences for students. Our goal is to build documentary editions that grow and change to incorporate the work of the students who read and investigate them. A robust set of faculty resources—assignment templates, technical guidance, and workshops—will encourage adopters and adapters of editions to join in the fun.

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