Wunderkammer article in Kairos

When Revision Is Redesign: Key Questions for Digital Scholarship

Susan H. Delagrange


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My thanks to Madeleine Sorapure, Inventio editor, for her careful reading and thought-filled suggestions. Cheryl Ball, H. Lewis Ulman and Ben McCorkle also deserve thanks for their encouragement and feedback following my initial musings on revision and redesign at the Watson Conference in Louisville. And finally, my gratitude to Steven Krause for permission to use his animation of Gilbert Austin's figures, so many years ago.