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Emma Huber is the Subject Librarian for German at the Taylor Institution Library and a Digital Humanist with a particular interest in digital editing. She created the Taylor Editions project which offers a free online training course on Digital Editing and the TEI. 

Graduate Teaching

I am currently teaching a Method Option on Digital Editing for the MSc in Digital Scholarship, and assist Professor Henrike Lähnemann in teaching the Method Option on the History of the Book, Palaeography and Digital Humanities.


Emma Huber (2021) H.G. Fiedler and German Studies at Oxford, Oxford German Studies, 50:4, 406-415, DOI: 10.1080/00787191.2021.2021024

Publisher and collaborator on Treasures of the Taylorian. Series One: Reformation Pamphlets
1: Martin Luther. Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen (2017) - Reviews. 2: Martin Luther. Sermon von Ablass und Gnade (2018) - Reviews. 3: Martin Luther. Von der Freiheit eines Christenmenschen (2020). 4: Passional Christi und Antichristi (2021). 5: Martin Luther. Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen und Fürbitte der Heiligen (2nd revised and expanded edition, 2022).
Series Two: Writers in Residence. 1. Ulrike Draesner: Twin Spin. 17 Shakespeare Sonnets (2016). 2. Yoko Tawada in Dialogue (2018). 
Series Three: Cultural Memory. 1. Alexandra Lloyd: The White Rose: Reading, Writing, Resistance (2019). 2. Laura Banella and Francesco Feriozzi: Dante’s Lyric Poetry in Oxford. Catalogue of the Digital Edition (2021). 3. Aoife Ni Chroidheain. Dangerous Creations 2022: Papers from a Roundtable Discussion (2022) 4. Mary Boyle: Violent Victorian Medievalism (2022). 5. Charles Webster: In Times of Strife (2023). 6. Thea Gomelauri: The Lailashi Codex: The Crown of Georgian Jewry (2023).