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| Maureen Jameson|
|Associate Professor of French,|
Chair of Romance Languages and Literatures,
Director of the DHIB
|Research interests:|| 19th- and 20th-century French narrative, intertextuality|
|Institutional affiliation:|| University at Buffalo|
|Departmental affiliation:|| Department of Romance Languages and Literatures|
|Office location:|| 901 Clemens Hall|
|URI:|| My RLL page|
|Membership status:|| Charter member|
|Digital projects:|| Litgloss|
My original training was in 19th- and 20-century French narrative fiction. My main critical interest has been in intertextuality, and I consider myself fairly strong at close reading. These interests converge in my current and (hopefully) future digital projects. Litgloss provides expert annotations of texts written in languages other than English to support reading comprehension. I hope that my next project will also involve annotations, but not lexical ones: I'm interested in starting a collaboratively constructed literary archive in which any given text is connected both forward and backward in time with texts which quote it / from which it quotes, and which then then permits visualizations of patterns of quotation.
I'm interested in collaborative mark-up, text encoding, image editing, open source / open knowledge projects, and almost everything else.