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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Home
    by Walter Sickert The Yellow Nineties Online is an open access electronic resource for the study of avant garde aesthetic periodicals of the British fin de siècle Searchable facsimile editions allow users to analyze physical features as well as content and the editors write a critical introduction for each volume to situate it in its moment of production and reception Contextual study of these magazines is enhanced by a searchable archive of 1890s reviews and advertisements as well as by peer reviewed biographies of contributors and associates written by international experts in the field Complete editions of The Yellow Book and The Pagan Review are available in a variety of formats flip book html pdf xml and can be read online searched and downloaded The Evergreen and The Pageant are available for reading and downloading marked up searchable editions will be published in the coming year Editions of The Dial The Green Sheaf and The Savoy are in preparation The site also offers self reflexive essays on the critical processes involved in this large scale digital humanities project as the editors believe the aesthetic periodicals of the long 1890s anticipate key conceptual and methodological concerns of electronic scholarship The editors welcome submissions to the Pedagogical Applications page from teachers using the site The Yellow Nineties Online is peer reviewed by NINES Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth Century Electronic Scholarship Introduction to the Yellow Nineties In April 1894 a young bookseller s clerk John Lewis May assisted the manager of The Bodley Head in arranging the shop window As he later recalled I filled the window of the little shop in Vigo Street the original Bodley Head with Yellow Books and nothing but Yellow Books creating such a mighty glow of yellow at the far end of Vigo Street that one might

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Home
    Wilson The Yellow Nineties Online is an open access electronic resource for the study of avant garde aesthetic periodicals of the British fin de siècle Searchable facsimile editions allow users to analyze physical features as well as content and the editors write a critical introduction for each volume to situate it in its moment of production and reception Contextual study of these magazines is enhanced by a searchable archive of 1890s reviews and advertisements as well as by peer reviewed biographies of contributors and associates written by international experts in the field Complete editions of The Yellow Book and The Pagan Review are available in a variety of formats flip book html pdf xml and can be read online searched and downloaded The Evergreen and The Pageant are available for reading and downloading marked up searchable editions will be published in the coming year Editions of The Dial The Green Sheaf and The Savoy are in preparation The site also offers self reflexive essays on the critical processes involved in this large scale digital humanities project as the editors believe the aesthetic periodicals of the long 1890s anticipate key conceptual and methodological concerns of electronic scholarship The editors welcome submissions to the Pedagogical Applications page from teachers using the site The Yellow Nineties Online is peer reviewed by NINES Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth Century Electronic Scholarship Introduction to the Yellow Nineties In April 1894 a young bookseller s clerk John Lewis May assisted the manager of The Bodley Head in arranging the shop window As he later recalled I filled the window of the little shop in Vigo Street the original Bodley Head with Yellow Books and nothing but Yellow Books creating such a mighty glow of yellow at the far end of Vigo Street that one might have been

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Editorial Practice
    the size and material complexities of these periodicals make print editions too expensive to publish 4 digitization allows us to do things as editors that we could not do in print situate a facsimile of each volume within both an enriched historical archive of contemporary paratextual material and a peer reviewed environment of scholarly resources 5 computer technology empowers new ways of reading viewing and analyzing the aesthetic magazines of 1890s print culture and 6 encoding all digital documents in markup language facilitates the complex searches these aesthetic objects demand not only within The Yellow Nineties Online but also across the federated sites of nineteenth century electronic scholarship within the NINES consortium Editorial Decisions We chose the thirteen volume Yellow Book 1894 1897 as our site s central focus because it is a defining cultural document of the period We included the single volume Pagan Review 1892 in the initial phase of The Yellow Nineties Online because of its many connections to The Yellow Book its extreme rarity only two copies are known to us and its expansion of the publishing context from urban London to rural Sussex The publication of these two periodicals and their respective paratextual materials allows users to juxtapose key print documents of the aesthetic decadent movement and the Celtic Revival and neo paganism The next stage of site development will produce searchable facsimile editions of The Dial five volumes published occasionally between 1889 1897 The Evergreen four volumes 1895 97 The Green Sheaf 13 volumes 1903 6 and The Savoy two quarterly and six monthly issues 1896 Our theory of text as socially and collaboratively produced is made explicit in the Biographies section of the site We aim to publish a peer reviewed scholarly biography for every contributor to the periodical editions we publish not only authors and artists but also editors publishers and engravers In order to ensure a supportive historical context of people associated in various ways with the period we also include biographies of individuals who made significant contributions to the 1890s in the areas of culture literature visual art book design publishing and technological innovation With a view to our mixed audience of scholars students and the general public we provide an editorial introduction for each volume we publish Future site developments will include visualization tools to facilitate new ways of viewing objects relationships and networks on the site and thus new ways to approach aesthetic periodicals within fin de siècle cultural studies All scholarly material on the site is vetted by the editors and peer reviewed by them and an internationalboard of advisors The site as a whole is peer reviewed by NINES Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth Century Electronic Scholarship Contributors to the site retain personal copyright of their material The site is licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 license Technical Decisions Sponsored by the Faculty of Arts Centre for Digital Humanities The Yellow Nineties Online is housed on Ryerson University s MS SQL server The

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Editorial Practice
    G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson Frederick Rolfe Baron Corvo William Rothenstein S Henry Salt Olive Schreiner William Sharp M P Shiel William Strang Alma Strettell Joseph Swan Algernon Charles Swinburne Arthur Symons Netta Syrett T Graham R Tomson U V W Theodore Watts Dunton Johnny Wayne Gleeson White Oscar Wilde Patten Wilson Alice Woodward X Y Z Search General Advanced Essays On Our Process The essays collected here are written by members of The Yellow Nineties Online research team They reflect on the issues involved in the digital editing of 1890s periodicals and consider the relationships between fin de siècle communication technology magazine editing practices and mass media developments in the digital age The Yellow Book Electronic Scholarship s Back End The Epic Epoch of The Yellow Book Online Vol I Lorraine Janzen Kooistra Constance Crompton With the coming of electronic scholarship to Victorian studies there s been an epistemic shift in how we do the biz In Lorraine s case the changes came incrementally rather than as a rupture My digital life began in 2004 when Jerome McGann invited me to join the Victorian Editorial Board of NINES the Networked Interface for Nineteenth Century Electronic Scholarship HTML PDF XML The Yellow Nineties Online Digital Estrangement or Anxieties of the Virtually Visual Xslt Transformations and The Yellow Nineties Online Ruth Knechtel How can we represent a digital object Is it simply an online version of its print self Or can we imagine its online incarnation as challenging the way

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Volumes
    Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson Frederick

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Search the Archive
    Charles Conder Hubert Crackanthorpe Walter Crane Olive Custance D Ella D Arcy John Davidson Mabel Dearmer Marion Hepworth Dixon Ella Hepworth Dixon Ménie Muriel Dowie Ernest Dowson E George Egerton F Michael Field G Edmund Gosse Kenneth Grahame H Henry Harland Carl Hentschel Laurence Housman I J Henry James K L Richard Le Gallienne Frederic Lord Leighton M Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie

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  • The Yellow Nineties Online - Current Team Members
    Leila Macdonald George Moore N John Trivett Nettleship James Ashcroft Noble Julie Nørregaard O P Walter Pater Joseph Pennell Q R Dollie Radford Charles Ricketts Charles G D Roberts Charles Robinson Frederick Rolfe Baron Corvo William Rothenstein S Henry Salt Olive Schreiner William Sharp M P Shiel William Strang Alma Strettell Joseph Swan Algernon Charles Swinburne Arthur Symons Netta Syrett T Graham R Tomson U V W Theodore Watts Dunton Johnny Wayne Gleeson White Oscar Wilde Patten Wilson Alice Woodward X Y Z Search General Advanced Site Members Principal Investigators Ryerson University Dennis Denisoff Email denisoff ryerson ca Ryerson University Lorraine Janzen Kooistra Email ljanzen english ryerson ca Editorial Board University of London Laurel Brake University of California Los Angeles Joseph Bristow University of Exeter Regenia Gagnier Texas Christian University Linda K Hughes University of Delaware Mark Samuels Lasner University of Delaware Margaret Stetz Research Collaborators Ryerson University Jason Boyd University of Guelph University of Alberta Susan Brown York University University of British Columbia Constance Crompton University of Manitoba Ruth Knechtel Nipissing University Marc Plamondon Ryerson University Amy Ratelle University of Western Ontario Ali Versluis Managers Ryerson University Reg Beatty Research Assistants Bassam Chiblak 2012 Joan Densmore 2012 2013 Zachary

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