|The Mark Twain
Project, which I intend to focus on in this talk, is eScholarship’s latest
venture into the digital academic publishing world. In the broadest sense, this project
promises an expansion of the critical edition as a scholarly tool, the
development of a sustainable publishing model for digital scholarly editions,
and a node of intersection between technology and often technologically
underrepresented disciplines within the humanities. I will discuss each of these points in
finer detail in the course of this talk.
But first, a little back ground [switch to next slide] on our
scholarly publishing initiatives thus far….