Text Editing and Digital Culture

Text Editing and Digital Culture
The 2102 book:logic Symposium

28 June 2012
The University of Western Australia

Papers at the 2012 book:logic Symposium, “Text Editing and Digital Culture,” will investigate the promises and pitfalls of digital textuality, the changing role of the textual editor, and the intersections of textual studies and digital technologies within different cultures and literary traditions.

Plenary speakers include

  • Paul Eggert (Australian Research Council Professorial Fellow, University of New South Wales at ADFA)
  • Alexander C. Y. Huang (Associate Professor of English, Theatre, and International Affairs, George Washington University; Research Affiliate in Literature, MIT)
  • Fotis Jannidis (Professor of German Literature and Humanities Computing, University of Würzburg)
  • Willard McCarty (Professor of Humanities Computing, King’s College London; Professor, Institute for Culture and Society, University of Western Sydney).

Attendance at this one day symposium is free, but numbers are limited.
Registration is essential for catering purposes. To register, please contact the conveners, Professor Tim Dolin (t.dolin@curtin.edu.au) and Dr Brett Hirsch (brett.hirsch@uwa.edu.au).

For more details about the symposium and its programme, visit
http://www.notwithoutmustard.net/book-logic2012/