The Future of Editing seminar series

5 November 2014

Bodleian Digital Library Systems and Services invites you to the Future of Editing seminar series Michaelmas term 2014 taking place 6 November-4 December.  

The Future of Editing seminar series is part of an ongoing Fell-funded series organised by BDLSS with invited speakers from outside the University. BDLSS will welcome six expert editors to Oxford in Michaelmas 2014 to share their knowledge of textual editing. Their practical experience in a variety of fields of academic editing embraces text from different periods and genres, in manuscript and in print, as well as editing scholarly contributions to a co-authored monograph.

All seminars will be held at 12pm, in the Access Grid Room, Oxford e-Research Centre, 7 Keble Road, Oxford OX1 3QG.

They are free and open to all. A sandwich lunch will be provided after each seminar: please join in to continue the conversation!

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Programme 

'Aren't you rather young to be an editor?': editing the History of Oxford University Press

Professor Ian Gadd, Bath Spa University
Thursday 6 November

'An Editor's duty is indeed that of most danger' (Piozzi): editing Sarah Robinson Scott

Dr Nicole Pohl, Oxford Brookes University
Monday 10 November

The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography's Online Evolution: recent past and not too distant future

Dr Philip Carter, Oxford University Press
Thursday 13 November

On the Road with Ben Jonson, or, How Do You Edit a Walk?

Professor James Loxley, University of Edinburgh
Thursday 20 November

Editing a Prolific Author: Margaret Oliphant

Professor Joanne Shattock, University of Leicester
Thursday 27 November

Editing Stream of Consciousness: the Dorothy Richardson Editions

Professor Scott McCracken, Keele University
Thursday 4 December

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