Editing Early Texts: Practice and Protocol
15-16 June 2012
Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand
This symposium is for scholars and postgraduate students involved in the editing of early literary and non-literary texts. ‘Early’ is being interpreted quite broadly, c. 1500-1800, and speakers so far have editing interests in Shakespeare and early modern drama, early modern poetry and prose, eighteenth-century fiction, early modern women’s writing and early modern historical texts. Papers on the digital humanities and online editing are also strongly encouraged.
Professor Paul Salzman, La Trobe University, will be the keynote speaker. Professor Salzman is a Chief Investigator on The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women’s Writing: Editing, Reception, Mediation. He is the editor of the innovative online edition of Lady Mary Wroth (http://wroth.latrobe.edu.au/); and of two Oxford World’s Classics editions, Early Modern Women’s Writing, and An Anthology of Elizabethan Prose Fiction.
Tom Bishop (Auckland, Internet Shakespeare)
Jennifer Clement (Canterbury, using digital editions)
Karen Jillings (Massey, editing Gilbert Skene)
Ingrid Horrocks (Massey, editing Wollstonecraft’s A Short Residence)
Brett Hirsch (UWA, Digital Renaissance Editions)
Mark Houlahan (Waikato, Internet Shakespeare)
David McInnis (Melbourne, editing Dekker)
Patricia Pender (Newcastle, Australia, The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women’s Writing)
Sarah Ross (Massey, Women Poets of the English Civil War and The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women’s Writing)
Paul Salzman (La Trobe, The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women’s Writing)
Elizabeth Scott-Baumann (Oxford, Women Poets of the English Civil War)
Rosalind Smith (Newcastle, Australia, The Material Cultures of Early Modern Women’s Writing).
Contact Sarah Ross with paper proposals and abstracts (150-200 words), before 30 April 2012.