Wayne State University
Symposium on Scholarly Editing and Archival Research
Friday, September 27, 2013
The Wayne State University Symposium on Scholarly Editing and Archival Research is an interdisciplinary conference inviting new perspectives on current practices in the editing and presentation of literary texts in all media. The symposium will take place at Wayne State University at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center on Friday, September 27, 2013. All events are free and open to the public. Check the website for the latest information on the program. We invite abstracts for presentations through May 31, 2013. In what ways do opportunities made possible by digital environments inform editorial choices for both screen and page? How has archival research been affected by digital tools? What new literary, hermeneutic, and scholarly projects are now possible? To what degree do new approaches and methods of editing texts challenge existing narratives of criticism and literary history? We invite abstracts of no more than 500 words on these subjects as well as the following broad topics:
Literary publishing and branding
Canons and canonicity
Please send your abstract, contact information, and a brief c.v. by May 31st to: Caroline Maun, Associate Professor, Department of English, Wayne State University email@example.com All events are free and open to the public. We request registration of all attendees, available at the link above. The Wayne State University Symposium on Scholarly Editing and Archival Research is supported by a Research Enhancement in the Arts and Humanities Grant from the Office of the Vice President for Research, the WSU Humanities Center Working Group on the History of the Book, and the Department of English at Wayne State University.