- or read the English version: In Praise of the Variant: A Critical History of Philology. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.
- And do have a look at the other articles in 65/1 as well
- or go for the English translation: Toward a Medieval Poetics. Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis Press, 1992.
- Have a look also at Judy Quinn’s introduction (pp. 13-37)
- Look for other publications by Driscoll
- Look for other publications by Bradshaw, particularly if you’re interested in liturgy
- Check out the essays by S.G. Nichols, David F. Hult, R. Howard Bloch etc.
- An introduction to New Philology; studies and discussions of the applicability of the perspective to late ancient and early medieval Christian and Jewish texts.
- And have a look at Lundhaug’s NEWCONT project here.
- At least, read Glenn W. Most’s “Editor’s Introduction”.
John Dagenais (for instance The Ethics of Reading in Manuscript Culture),
Andrew Taylor (Textual Situations: Three Medieval Manuscripts and Their Readers),
Daniel Hobbins (Authorship and Publicity before Print)
Odd Einar Haugen (“The Spirit of Lachmann, the Spirit of Bedier”)