Category Archives: Digital Paratexts

Thoughts about Paratexts in the era of the digital text, about encoding, mining and annotating, and other think one can do with Paratexts in the Digital Humanities

Culpeper’s legacy: How title pages sold books in the 17th century

Tyrkkö, Jukka Jyrki Juhani, University of Helsinki, Finland, jaytyrkko@me.com Suhr, Carla Maria, University of Helsinki, Finland, carla.suhr@helsinki.fiMarttila, Ville, University of Helsinki, Finland, ville.marttila@helsinki.fi Presentation at the Digital Humanities Conference, Hamburg 2012: Source: Lecture2go, http://lecture2go.uni-hamburg.de/konferenzen/-/k/13943 Nicholas Culpeper (1616–1654) was the best … Continue reading

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