In addition to providing a resource for researchers who wish
to find out more about Romantic texts and the Edition Corvey,
we hope to make the site accessible in less specialised ways. In
the near future, we hope to include pages which will provide
an introduction to basic bibliographical and textual concepts. These
pages will contain details on methodology, definitions of terms
related to textual editing, as well as material for those who
might wish to pursue further scholarly research in the field,
but dont know enough about the subject to decide.
We welcome input from those outside Cardiff
University. If you would like to provide Romantic
studies materialsuch as details of projects at your institutions,
articles, or other relevant information we would, after
consideration, be happy to place it on our site. Of
course, full acknowledgements will be made to the providers
of this material.
Also welcome are applications from those interested
in working as part of the Cardiff Corvey Project, as well as
more general enquiries about postgraduate research in Romantic
studies at Cardiff University. For those interested
in the developing field of Textual Studies and Information Technology,
please a visit to our parent site at the Centre for Editorial and Intertextual
For information about opportunities for postgraduate
study in English Literature at Cardiff University, please contact
Dr Martin Coyle,
School of English, Communication, and Philosophy, PO Box 94,
Cardiff CF10 3XB (e-mail CoyleMJ@cf.ac.uk).
Those interested in more specific research
within the Cardiff Corvey Project should write to Professor
Peter Garside (Chair), Centre for Editorial and Intertextual
Research, ENCAP, PO Box 94, Cardiff CF10 3XB (e-mail GarsideP@cf.ac.uk).
5 January, 2003
This document is maintained by Anthony Mandal (Mandal@cf.ac.uk).