Stanford Text Series

Stanford Text Technologies is a series edited by Professor Ruth Ahnert (Queen Mary University College, London, and Turing Fellow at the Turing Institute) and Elaine Treharne. Published by Stanford University Press, its first volumes appeared in 2020. These were Elaine Treharne and Claude Willan, Text Technologies: A History and Yohei Igarashi, The Connected Condition.

Stanford Text Technologies Collegium is proud to announce the publication of Textual Distortions, Essays and Studies (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer for the English Association, 2017), edited by Greg Walker (University of Edinburgh) and Elaine Treharne. The Collegium's next volume is being published by Routledge in its series. Edited by Benjamin Albritton, Georgia Henley, and Elaine Treharne as editors, its contributions focus on mansucripts at Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, which are digitized at Parker On the Web.

In addition, the Studies in Manuscript Technologies occasional series features peer-reviewed short publications of Stanford TexT affiliates.

Listed here are the latest works: