Cædmon Citation Network – Week 5Posted: June 17, 2016
Painfully short blog entry this week, I’m afraid. A lot has been accomplished this week, but there is not a lot to report.
The bibliography has been completed, with the final count being approximately 700 pieces of Cædmon scholarship. This number may increase or decrease as I read through the actual works. Some may have nothing to do with Cædmon (I erred on the side of having to much rather than too little), and others may point me in the direction of something I might have missed.
I have also begun to search out access to the pieces that make up the bibliography. This week I have been finding most things on JSTOR, but I expect that I will be requesting a lot of inter-library loans next week! Once I have found all I can find online I can start reading while I wait for the inter-library loans to come in. As the loans come in I will be splitting my days between scanning the loans and reading. (Note to self: locate that book scanner Dan told you about.)
The database to record what I find while I read is in the works as well. I should have an update from Garret early next week, so I will have more info on that in next week’s blog!
tags: anglo-saxon studies, bibliographies, caedmon, citation, citation management, citation practice, citations, computers, cædmon, database, digital humanities, old english, publication patterns, university of lethbridge