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WRITINGS BY THE
Edward (Ned) Dickinson
Martha Nell Smith & Kenneth M. Price, Co-Directors. The Classroom Electric: Dickinson, Whitman, and American Culture, a FIPSE-funded Initiative
Martha Nell Smith, Ellen Louise Hart, Marta Werner, & Lara Vetter. Emily Dickinson's Correspondences: An Electronic Edition. Under Development. See Detailed Description of the Archives
Marta Werner, Radical Scatters: An Electronic Archive of Emily Dickinson's Late Fragments (U of Michigan P, 2000). DTDs for this website were developed by Werner in collaboration with the Humanities Text Initiative at the University of Michigan.
ARTICLES ON ELECTRONIC ARCHIVES
Martha Nell Smith, "The Importance of a Hypermedia Archive of Dickinson's Creative Work," The Emily Dickinson Journal IV.1 (1995)
Martha Nell Smith, "A Hypermedia Archive of Dickinson's Creative Work, Part II: Musings on The Screen and The Book," The Emily Dickinson Journal V.2 (1996)
Martha Nell Smith, "Corporealizations of Dickinson and Interpretive Machines," The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture. Eds. George Bornstein and Theresa Tinkle. U of Michigan Press. (Spring 1998). 195-221.
Martha Nell Smith, "Because the Plunge from the Front Overturned Us: The Dickinson Electronic Archives Project http://www.emilydickinson.org," Studies in the Literary Imagination 32:1 (Spring 1999).
Martha Nell Smith, "Susan & Emily Dickinson: Their Lives, in Letters," Cambridge Companion to Emily Dickinson, ed. Wendy Martin (Cambridge U P, 2002), 51-73.
Ellen Louise Hart, "The Elizabeth Whitney Putnam Manuscripts and New Strategies for Editing Emily Dickinson's Letters," The Emily Dickinson Journal Volume V.1 (1996)
Diana Wagner, Salisbury University, "Pardon the Liberty: Emily Dickinson's Correspondence with Edward Everett Hale, 3 Letters"
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