Here you will find links to different sites of interest as well as internet resources on textual criticism. If you have any suggestions please contact
- The Phylogeny of the Canterbury Tales by A. Barbrook, N. Blake, C. Howe and P. Robinson
- The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism, by A. E. Housman
- Textual Scholarship, Textual Theory, and the Uses of Electronic Tools: A Brief Report on Current Undertakings by Jerome McGann
- Current issues in making digital editions of medieval texts? or, do electronic scholarly editions have a future? by Peter Robinson
- Where we are with Electronic Scholarly Editions, and Where we Want to Be by Peter Robinson
- Electronic Textual Editing: Foreword by G. Thomas Tanselle, Earlham College
- The TEI Electronic Textual Editing
- Wikipedia: Textual Criticism
- Association for Documentary Editing
- American Printing History Association
- Bibliographical Society
- Bibliographical Society of America
- Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand
- The Bibliographical Society of Canada
- Bibliographical Society of Virginia
- Early Book Society
- Edinburgh Bibliographical Society
- European Society for Textual Scholarship
- Oxford Bibliographical Society
- Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing
- Society for Textual Scholarship
- York Bibliographical Society
- Canterbury Tales Project
- The Parsival Project
- Pico Project
- Stanton and Anthony Papers Online Project
- Women Writers Project
- Caxtons Canterbury Tales: The British Library Copies
- Majuscule Prototype
- Digital Nestle-Aland Prototype
- L585: Descriptive Bibliography, School of Library and Information Science
University of Birmingham:
- The Textual Genome, Theology, Historical Studies
- Textual History and Textual Criticism of the Old Testament, Distance Learning Course, Theology
University of Cambridge:
- Textual Criticism, Anglo- Saxon, Norse and Celtic.
- Paleography and codicology, Anglo- Saxon, Norse and Celtic.
University of Kansas:
- ENG 520/ HIST 500: History of the Book, Department of Communication Studies
University of Minnesota:
- COMM 8504: Textual Criticism, Department of Communication Studies
University of Oxford:
- Greek Textual Criticism, Faculty of Classics
- Latin Textual Criticism, Faculty of Classics
University of Southamton:
- ENGL6028: Writing in the Middle Ages
University of Texas, Arlington:
- Humanities 5392 Texts and Textuality: Textual Scholarship and the Humanities, Fall 1994, Phil Cohen
University of Western Ontario:
- English 814: The Hypertext Edition: Theory and Practice
- The Editorial Institute's (Boston University) Master's and PhD's program
- The Institute for English Studies's (University of London) Master on History of the Book
- The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing's (University of Birmingham) Master on Electronic Editing
- The University of Birmingham's Master on Text and Book
- The University of Leiden's Book and Byte: Book and Digital Media Studies Master
- The University of Toronto's Book History and Print Culture Program, which offers both Master's and PhD's degrees
- The University of Washington's Textual Studies Program
- The deadline for proposals for the Society for Textual ScholarshipSociety for Textual Scholaship conference is the 31st of October 2006. Follow this link for more information.
- Call for papers for the European Society for Textual Scholarship.
- Call for papers for the 4th International Conference on the Book, which will be held at Emerson College. The deadline for proposals is June 15th 2006.
- Australian Scholarly Editions Centre
- Centre for Editing Lives and Letters
- Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies
- Electronic Text Center
- Institute for the Future of the Book
- Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing
- Studies in Bibliography
- Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America
- Book History Bibliography by Richard W. Clement, University of Kansas
- Electronic Books and Texts: Case Studies and History: a bibliography on electronic publication.
- WEMSK 17: Textual Criticism by Jim Marchand. WEMSK stands for What Every Medievalist Should Know, but the bibliographies are useful to non-medievalists also.
- WEMSK 17a: Textual Criticism Addendum
- WEMSK 18: Editing
- WEMSK 19: Paleography
- WEMSK 20: Codicology
- B. Bordalejo
- J. Lavagnino
- C. MacÈ
- J. McGann
- D. Parker
- P. Shillingsburg
- W. Van Mierlo
- Accademia Fiorentina di Papirologia e di Studi sul Mondo Antico: This is the Italian language version the english one is still under construction. There are links to conferences, seminars and it gives access to their online catalogue.
- Centre de Documentation de Papyrologie Littéraire at the University of Liège.
- Christian Papyri: a bibliography with links to collections of christian papyri.
- Egypt Exploration Society: features an online catalogue, as well as notices about fieldwork and events.
- The Friends of Herculaneum: News and information about Herculaneum. There is a link to their papyri collection and also a guide with translations to the books found there.
- Papyri at Genève, Bibliothèque Publique et Universitaire: a catalogue to their collection.
- The Hawara Papyri: a collection of papyri found in Hawara in 1888.
- Institut de Papyrologie de la Sorbonne: This site is in French. It presents a detailed catalogue which covers Demotic, Greek, Latin, Coptic and Arabic.
- Papyrology Home Page by John D. Muccigrosso, Drew University.
- POxy: Oxyrhynchus Online: The official site of the Oxyrhynchus papyri.
- Seminar für Papyrologie at Heidelberg: it has links to their library, projects and other papyrology sites.
- Early English Books Online: the texts are there, the quality is a totally different matter.
- Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web by Timothy W. Seid, Earlham College. This site is mainly dedicated to Greek New Testament. It has a section on textual criticism and a very good textual critical exercise that you could use in teaching.