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ADE-STS 2015

CONVERGENCES & DIVERGENCES

A JOINT CONFERENCE OF THE SOCIETY FOR TEXTUAL SCHOLARSHIP

AND THE ASSOCIATION FOR DOCUMENTARY EDITING

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN

JUNE 17-20, 2015

Program Organizers: Andrew Jewell, Amanda Gailey, Elizabeth Lorang, Kenneth M. Price

Keynote Speaker: Jerome McGann

DRAFT SCHEDULE

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

1:00 – 5:00, Embassy Suites: Registration

10:00 – 12:00, Embassy Suites, Director’s Boardroom: ADE Council Meeting

1:00 – 3:00, Embassy Suites, Executive Boardroom: STS Board Meeting

1:00 – 3:00, Embassy Suites, Regents F: 2015 ADE Career Skills Workshop on Social Media: using social media to promote your project; Ali Schwanke, Marketing Consultant & Strategist, instructor; More info on the ADE website

4:00 – 5:00, Ross Theater, UNL: Opening Keynote Address: Jerome McGann

5:00 – 6:30, Van Brunt Visitors Center, UNL: Opening Reception

 

Thursday, June 18, 2015

7:30 – 8:45, Embassy Suites, Regents B: ADE Breakfast with presentation by documentary filmmaker Christine Lesiak

8:00 – 1:30, Embassy Suites: Registration

9:00–10:30, Embassy Suites Rooms: Concurrent Session 1

 

Session A: Panel – Regents D

“A Great, Unique, and Unapproachable Literary Masterpiece”: Ulysses S. Grant, His Personal Memoirs, and Samuel L. Clemens

Chair: Frank Williams, U. S. Grant Association; former Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Rhode Island

“The Author Turns Publisher: Clemens and the Memoirs”

Amanda Gagel, Mark Twain Project

“The Reluctant Writer: General Grant’s Literary Campaign”

David S. Nolen, Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library

“Updates on the Twain and Grant Projects”

Amanda Gagel and Louis Gallo, Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library

 

Session B: Roundtable – Regents E

Affordances of the Analog?: The Edition in Dialogue with the Archive

Sarah Connell, The Women Writers’ Project and The Early Caribbean Digital Archive, Northeastern University

Silvia P. Glick, The Editorial Institute at Boston University and The Howard Thurman Papers Project, Boston University School of Theology

Sarah Stanley, The Women Writers’ Project and The Early Caribbean Digital Archive, Northeastern University

Mary Erica Zimmer, The Bookshops of Paul’s Cross Churchyard Project and The Editorial Institute at Boston University

 

Session C: Panel – Regents F

Historical Documents and Creative Works in the Age of Digital Humanities

Chair: Jerome McGann

“Editing Historical Documents and Editing Creative Works”

Ronald Broude, The Broude Trust

“Editions of works, editions of documents, and digital methods”

Peter Robinson, University of Saskatchewan

“Editors and Editing in the Age of Digital Humanities”

Barbara Bordalejo, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

“Document and text in the steps of Parnassus”

João Dionisio, University of Lisbon

 

10:30 – 10:45: Break

10:45 – 12:00: Concurrent Session 2

 

Session A: Panel – Regents D

Points of Contact in Latin American Editorial Practice

Presented by the Colonial Section of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA)

Chair: Clayton McCarl, University of North Florida

“Visualizing Latin American Native Languages: Publishing Strategies for Colonial Book Production”

Marina Garone Gravier, Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

“Editing Electronic Literature: Challenges and Perspectives”

María Andrea Giovine, Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

“Editorial Approaches to ‘New Spain’: From Hernán Cortés to William H. Prescott”

Aurora Díez-Canedo, Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

 

Session B: Roundtable – Regents E

The More You Share, The More We Grow: The Win-Win of Student Engagement, Mentorship, and Collaboration in Documentary Editing

Chair: R. Darrell Meadows, National Historical Publications and Records Commission

Cathy Moran Hajo, The Margaret Sanger Papers; The Jane Addams Papers

New York University and Ramapo College

Christy Regenhardt, The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project

George Washington University

Patrick A. Lewis, Civil War Governors of Kentucky Digital Documentary Edition

Kentucky Historical Society

Ed Folsom, The Walt Whitman Archive, University of Iowa

Kenneth Price, The Walt Whitman Archive, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

 

Session C: Panel – Regents F

Nineteenth-Century American and British Literature

Chair: Matt Cohen, University of Texas at Austin

“Fanny Fern in The New York Ledger: A Case for the Comprehensive Treatment of Fanny Fern’s Journalism”

Kevin McMullen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

“Editing Motherhood: Self-Regulation in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Diary”

Melissa Klamer, Michigan State University

 

12:00 – 1:15: Lunch

 

1:15 –2:30, Embassy Suites, Hallway near concurrent sessions

Poster Session

“The Distance Machine: A New Tool for Visualizing Language Change”

Jeffrey M. Binder, Department of English, The Graduate Center, City University of New York

“A Novel Approach to Editing Visual Materials”

Diane Biunno, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Historic Images, New Technologies (HINT) Project Associate

“Editors’ Notes as a Genre”

Michael K. Buckland, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley

Patrick Golden, School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina

Ryan B. Shaw, School of Information and Library Science, University or North Carolina

“Using Juxta Editions to Create Digital Scholarly Editions”

Nick Laiacona, Performant Software Solutions LLC

“Digital Offspring, Immigrants, and Nomads”

Stephen Perkins, Infoset Digital Publishing

“Islandora: A Wholistic Platform for Documentary Editing”

Susan Perdue, Documents Compass, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

“The Papers of William F. Cody”

Laura Weakly, Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Doug Seefeldt, Ball State University

“The Vault at Pfaff’s: An Archive of Art and Literature by the Bohemians of Antebellum New York.”

Edward Whitley, Lehigh University

Robert Weidman, Lehigh University

 

2:30 – 3:30, Embassy Suites Rooms: Concurrent Session 3

 

Session A: Panel – Regents D

The Development of Editions

Chair: Ed Whitley, Lehigh University

“The Papers of William F. Cody and the Digital Showground”

Frank Christianson, Brigham Young University

“From Definitive to Authoritative: Balance and Restraint in the Policies of the Theodore Dreiser Edition (1981-present)”

Jude Davies, University of Winchester and Theodore Dreiser Edition

 

Session B: Panel – Regents E

Textual Complexities in Twentieth-Century Literature

Chair: Jeffrey Binder

“Textual Time Travel: Octavia Butler’s Drafts of Kindred”

John Young, Marshall University

“The Salman Rushdie Archive and the Politics of Textual Fluidity”

Russell McDonald, Georgian Court University

 

Session C: Panel – Regents F

Editing Legal and Religious Texts

Chair: Elena Pierazzo

“Editing the Divine Office”

James Grier, University of Western Ontario

“Transcripts and Translations Matter: Rethinking the Practices of Editors of Legal Documents in Response to the Concept of the ‘New’ Philology”

Eef Dijkhof, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands

 

4:00–5:00, Sheldon Art Gallery, Abbott Auditorium: Joint Presidential Address Session

Chair: Ondine LeBlanc, Massachusetts Historical Society

“Navigating the Space-Time Continuum”

John Lupton, President of the Association for Documentary Editing

“Stories that Work: Our Philological Future”

Robin Schulze, President of the Society for Textual Scholarship

 

5:00 – 6:30, Sheldon Art Gallery, Great Hall: Reception sponsored by Scholarly Editing

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

9:00 – 10:15, Embassy Suites, Regents C: Plenary Panel

ADE and STS: Looking Backward and Forward

Chair: Amanda Gailey, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

David Greetham, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Sara Martin, The Adams Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society

Barbara Oberg, Princeton University

Robin Schulze, University of Delaware

 

10:15 – 10:30: Break

10:30 – 12:00, Embassy Suites Rooms: Concurrent Session 4

 

Session A: Panel – Regents D

Editing the Home Front: Civil War Families

Chair: Thomas P. Slaughter, University of Rochester

“The Lincoln Boys’ Civil War”

Stacy McDermott, Papers of Abraham Lincoln

“Frances Seward’s Civil War”

Serenity Sutherland, Seward Family Archives Project and the University of Rochester

“The Sherman-Ewing Family’s Civil War”

William M. Ferraro, The Washington Papers, University of Virginia

“An Adams-Jefferson Civil War”

Sara Georgini, The Adams Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society

 

Session B: Panel – Regents E

European Society for Textual Scholarship

Chair: João Dionísio, University of Lisbon

“The View from Another Planet: an Italian Philologist in the Anglo-American Academy”

Elena Pierazzo, University of Grenoble 3 ‘Stendhal,’ France

“Guerrilla’s Diary: How to Edit Five Hundred Covert Names of Persons and Places”

Paulius Subacius, Vilnius University, Lithuania

“Textual / Genetic Convergences: Micro- and Macrogenetic Editing”

Dirk Van Hulle, University of Antwerp, Belgium

 

Session C: Panel – Regents F

Problems in the Editing of Colonial Latin American Texts

Presented by the Colonial Section of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA)

Chair: Laura Mielke, University of Kansas

“Ophir de España: Transcribing a Seventeenth-Century Colonial Manuscript”

Nathan J. Gordon, University of Colorado Boulder

“Machine Reading in the Mexican Colonial Archive: OCR and the Primeros Libros”

Hannah Alpert-Abrams, University of Texas at Austin

“Discourse or Database? Editing Antonio de León Pinelo’s 1629 Bibliography of the Indies”

Clayton McCarl, University of North Florida

 

12:00 – 1:15, Lunch

1:15 – 2:30, Concurrent Session 5

 

Session A: Panel – Regents D

DocTracker Output: One System, Multiple Outcomes

Chair: Constance Schulz

Holly Cowan Shulman, Dolley Madison Digital Edition at the University of Virginia

Jennifer Stertzer, Papers of George Washington Financial Papers at the University of Virginia

Constance Schulz, The Pinckney Papers Projects at the University of South Carolina

Tony Curtis, Civil War Governors of Kentucky at the Kentucky Historical Society

 

Session B: Panel – Regents E

The Washington Papers: Refashioning Documentary Editing for the Future: Creativity, Collaboration, Expansion

Chair: William M. Ferraro

Edward G. Lengel, The Washington Papers, University of Virginia

William M. Ferraro, The Washington Papers, University of Virginia

Erica Cavanaugh, The Washington Papers, University of Virginia

Neal Millikan, Papers of George Washington, Mount Vernon

David Sewell, University of Virginia Press, University of Virginia

Lynn Price, The Washington Papers (George Washington Bibliography Project), University of Virginia and Mount Vernon

 

Session C: Panel – Regents F

From Games to Galleries: Intra- and Extra-Textual Convergences

Chair: Russell McDonald

“Ephemeral Material: The Textuality of a Gallery Exhibition”

Magdelyn Hammond Helwig, Western Illinois University

“Did You Hear That?: Sound in Graphic Novels”

Julianne Kaiser, Western Illinois University

“On the Rack: Tortured Textuality in Shakespearean Comics and Games”

Christopher Morrow, Western Illinois University

 

2:45 – 4:00, Concurrent Session 6

 

Session A: Panel – Regents D

Lincoln and the Literati: Lincoln, Whitman, & Emerson

Chair: Noelle Baker, Independent Scholar

“Emerson, Concord’s Idealist Hawk, and Lincoln on the Subject of American Civilization”

Ronald Bosco, SUNY Albany

“Whitman Reconstructing the ‘Death of Abraham Lincoln’”

Nicole Gray, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

“Abraham Lincoln and the Trans-Atlantic World of Letters”

Daniel Stowell, The Papers of Abraham Lincoln

 

Session B: Panel – Regents E

Scholarship at the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, the Netherlands

Chair: Lex Heerma van Voss, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands

“Editing Diplomatic Documents in a Digital Environment”

Marc Dierikx, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands

“A Forward Glance O’er Travel’d Roads: Van Gogh’s Correspondence vs. Mondrian’s Writings and Correspondence”

Leo Jansen, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands

“Writing in the Blank Space of Manuscripts: the Ninth Century”

Mariken Teeuwen, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands

 

Session C: Panel – Regents F

Materiality, Market, and Textual Transmission

Chair: Dirk Van Hulle

“Life, Death and the Life of a Sheet of Paper: Letters from Stanisław Wyspiański to Stanisław Lack (Between the Belle Époque and the Shoah)”

Mateusz Antoniuk, Jagiellonian University

“Editing Blake’s Chaotic Interface: Digital Approaches to William Blake’s The Four Zoas”

Gabrielle Kirilloff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 

4:15 – 5:15, Embassy Suites, Regents E: ADE Business Meeting

4:15–5:15, Embassy Suites, Regents F: STS Business Meeting

6:00 – 7:00, Embassy Suites, Regents B: Cocktails

7:00 – 9:30, Embassy Suites, Regents A: Banquet, STS & ADE Awards

 

Saturday, June 20, 2015

9:00 – 10:30, Embassy Suites, Executive Boardroom: ADE (New) Council Meeting

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