February 20, 2003. “The
Dynamic Textual Edition, Underpinnings
and Above.” A Lecture by Ray Siemens. 3:00 p.m. McKeldin Library,
Special Events Room (Room 6137). Sponsored by MITH.
March 4, 2003. The Art of the Book/The Book as Art: Open House
9:30-12:30, Maryland Room, Hornbake Library. Faculty from the area
group display books (and other textual artifacts) from their personal
March 18, 2003. "Adventures
with Electronic Texts: Where Text Coding,
and Evolutionary Biology Meet.” A Lecture by Peter Robinson. 2:00
p.m. McKeldin Library, Special Events Room (Room 6137). Co-sponsored
by OIT and MITH.
Society for Textual Scholarship
Conference (NYU, March 19-22,
Loizeaux and Neil Fraistat have organized and are chairing a Plenary
on "Textuality and Visual Cultures." Speakers are: Marjorie
Johanna Drucker and Charles Bernstein. Matt Kirschenbaum will also be
presenting work at the conference.
+ denotes a graduate offering
- Kirschenbaum, Readings
in Digital Studies (S 03)+.
- Kirschenbaum, Computer
and Text (S 03).
- Kirschenbaum, Word and Image (S 02)+.
- Sherman, The Early Modern Book (Seminar at the Folger Shakespeare Library, S 00)+.
- Sherman, Prospero's Books: Re-reading and Re-writing The Tempest (S 03)+.
- Smith, Emily Dickinson: A User's Guide (S 03)+.
- Fraistat, "The Material Shelley: Who Gets the Finger in Queen
Mab?" The Wordsworth Circle 33.1 (Winter 2002): 33-36.
- Kirschenbaum, "Editing the Interface: Textual Studies and First
Generation Electronic Objects." TEXT 14 (2002): 15-51.
- Kirschenbaum, ed. Image-based Humanities Computing. Special issue of Computers and the Humanities, 36.1 (2002).
- Loizeaux and Fraistat, eds. Reimagining Textuality: Textual Studies in the Late Age of Print.
U of Wisconsin P, 2002.
- Peterson, ed. The Well-Made Book: Essays and Lectures by
Daniel Berkeley Updike. West New York, N.J.: Mark Batty
- Sherman, "'Rather soiled by use': Renaissance Readers and Modern Collectors," in Sabrina Baron
(ed.), The Reader Revealed (Washington, DC: The Folger Shakespeare Library, 2001).
- Sherman, "What Did Renaissance Readers Write in Their Books?", in Jennifer Andersen and
Elizabeth Sauer (eds.), Books and Readers in Early Modern England (Philadelphia:
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002).
- Sherman, co-edited with Claire MacDonald. On Editing. Special issue of Performance Research, 7.1 (March 2002).
- Smith, "Computing: What's American Literary Study Got to Do
with IT?" American Literature 74.4 (December 2002): 833-857.
- Laura Wells Betz, Exploring the Sensibility of the
Text: British Poetry 1750-1850. Dissertation in progress with
- Leonardo Flores, Typing the Dancing Signifier: Understanding
Electronic Poetry. Dissertation in progress with Smith.
- Ingrid Satelmajer, The Posthumous Editing of Emily
Dickinson: "Bastard" Offspring in the Periodicals
of the 1890s. Dissertation in progress with Smith.