PLEASE NOTE: Digital Literary Studies is not accepting submissions at present. We will re-open for submissions in August.
Digital Literary Studies is an international peer-reviewed interdisciplinary publication with a focus on those aspects of Digital Humanities primarily concerned with literary studies.
Digital Literary Studies publishes scholarly articles on research concerned with computational approaches to literary analysis/criticism, or critical/literary approaches to electronic literature, digital media, and textual resources.
In addition to longer, more traditionally-formed articles, this journal publishes positional papers and articles with a shorter experimental focus, as well as reviews of books and electronic literature. Contributors may also submit curated electronic texts for peer-review, as well as thoroughly-documented hermeneutical methods and tools. Any digital project with a literary focus, whether that be a digital edition, tool, or otherwise, may be considered for peer-review.
Research in Digital Literary Studies is freely distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://journals.psu.edu/dls/about/editorialPolicies#openAccessPolicy.
Additional information and publications relating to Digital Literary Studies:
O’Sullivan, James, and Mark Mattson. “Introducing Digital Literary Studies: Building and Sustaining an Open-Access Humanities Publication.” Advancing Communication Research & Scholarship, Philadelphia, 28 Apr 2015.
O'Sullivan, James. "Introducing Digital Literary Studies", Advancing Research Communciation & Scholarship, April 2015.
Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Digital Humanities Masterplots||HTML|
|Gaming the Edition: Modelling Scholarly Editions through Videogame Frameworks||HTML|
|Jon Saklofske, Nina Belojevic, Alex Christie, Sonja Sapach, John Simpson, The INKE Research Team|
|The Biopolitics of Electronic Literature: On the Writings of Mez Breeze||HTML|
|Encoding the Edge: Manuscript Marginalia and the TEI||HTML|
Short Critical Essays
|Big Data and the Search for Balanced Insight in the Digital Humanities: Macroscopic and Microscopic Reading of Citation Strategies in the Encyclopédie of Diderot (and Jaucourt), 1751-1772||HTML|
|Scott Richard St. Louis|
|Preservation Paths. A Review of Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature by Dene Grigar and Stuart Moulthrop||HTML|