New releases: Schnitzler’s "Doktor Gräsler" now online
Story "Doktor Gräsler, Badearzt" published
18.04.2019 | General, Project News
Developed as part of the binational research project “Arthur Schnitzler digital. Digital historical-critical edition (works 1905 to 1931)”, the philological edition of the narrative “Doktor Gräsler, Badearzt”, (first published in 1917) prepared by the Bergische University Wuppertal and implemented by the Trier Center for Digital Humanities, is now available online at www.arthur-schnitzler.de.
The digital edition presented in a beta version, offers a citable reading text corrected for unambiguous text errors and commentary texts. Above all, it presents the first historical-critical edition of the entire surviving estate material on "Doktor Gräsler" with notes, sketches and a typoscript (including explanatory contributions on the history of origin and transmission of all edited documents).
In addition, for all available edited works from “Arthur Schnitzler digital” (i.e. “Fräulein Else”, “Marionetten” and “Doktor Gräsler, Badearzt”) a new module of the edition, the so-called 'Chronology', was completed and published. This interactive view arranges all the documents belonging to the selected work on a timeline and sorts them according to the dates of origin, so that the creation of a work can also be visually traced. Corresponding historical data and commentaries (quotations from Schnitzler’s diaries or letters document and illustrate This reconstruction is documented and illustrated by corresponding historical data and commentaries (quotations from Schnitzler’s diaries or letters).
The research project “Arthur Schnitzler digital. Digital historical-critical edition (works 1905 to 1931)” is being conducted by scholars at the Bergische University Wuppertal, the University of Cambridge and the University College London in cooperation with the Cambridge University Library, the German Literature Archive Marbach, the Arthur Schnitzler Archive Freiburg and the Trier Center for Digital Humanities. The German subproject founded in early 2012 and funded as a research project of the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences and Arts within the framework of the Academies Programme, is working on the oeuvres from the year 1914 onwards. The British subproject, financed by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), started its work at the beginning of 2014 and is editing texts from the period between 1905 and 1913.
“Arthur Schnitzler digital” is available at www.arthur-schnitzler.de