BerichteWout Dillen, Dirk Van HulleDigital Scholarly Editing: Theory, Practice, Methods.Conference of the European Society for TextualScholarship in Conjunction with the Digital ScholarlyEditions Initial Training Network (DiXiT), University ofAntwerp, 5–7 October 2016From Wednesday 5 to Friday 7 October 2016, the thirteenth annual conference ofthe European Society of Textual Scholarship (ESTS)1 took place in Antwerp,Belgium.2 It was hosted by the University of Antwerp, and organized by itsCentre for Manuscript Genetics.3 The conference’s theme was Digital ScholarlyEditing: Theory, Practice, Methods,4 and it was organized in conjunction with thethird and last conference of ‘DiXiT’, a Marie Curie Initial Training Network onDigital Scholarly Editing (2013–2017).5 As digital publications are reaching a stageof maturity and scholarly editors are becoming increasingly aware of the seemingly endless possibilities of hybrid or fully Digital Scholarly Editions (DSE), theimpact of the digital medium on the field of Textual Criticism has become undeniable. As a result of this ‘digital turn’, textual scholars are now faced with newchallenges and opportunities that have called for a re-evaluation of the field’s1See https://textualscholarship.eu/.The organization of this conference (as well as the writing of this report) was made possible in partby two projects that were funded under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme(FP7/2007–2013): DiXiT and
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