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Support and advice on the analyses and visualisation of Inputlog output & the preparation of a technical blueprint for the research project 'Literary writing 2.0'.

Literary scholars working in textual scholarship study the genetics of literary texts. So far, they have done this on the basis of texts produced in an analogue manner. However, modern-day literature is made in a largely digital work environment. In our project 'Literary writing 2.0' we will investigate the consequences of this digital work process for research methods. We will do this by using our shared expertise on text editions and textual genetics (Huygens ING) and cognitive writing process research (University of Antwerp). In this project we describe the writing processes of four literary writers via the keystroke logging tool Inputlog (www.inputlog.net).
Date:1 Mar 2016  →  31 Mar 2016
Disciplines:Linguistics, Theory and methodology of linguistics, Other languages and literary studies
Project type:Service project