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Edward Vanhoutte is past Director of Research and Publications in the Royal Academy of Dutch Language and Literature - KANTL (Gent, Belgium) and past head of the Centre for Scholarly Editing and Document Studies - CTB. He is also a Research Associate of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities (University College London). Edward is Editor-in-Chief of DSH: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, and member of the editorial boards of Digital Studies / Le champ numérique and TEI Extramural Journal-EJ. He publishes widely on (electronic) textual and genetic criticism, electronic scholarly editing, and humanities computing. Edward served as a member of several boards and councils such as the Huygens Institute - ING, the executive council of the ALLC, and the technical committee of the dbnl: Digitale Bibliotheek der Nederlandse Letteren. His research interests include text-encoding and markup of modern manuscript material, electronic scholarly editing, genetic editing, and the history of electronic editing and humanities computing. His latest book Defining Digital Humanities, co-edited with Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan, recently appeared in a Russian version. Occasional blogs on Humanities Computing can be found on The Mind Tool: Edward Vanhoutte's Blog .
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