Textual Editing and Criticism: Principles and New Perspectives. Third Session of a Series of Virtual Encounters on Book History

Folio 16r from Mich. Ms. 160. Horace (65-8 BC). Ars Poetica & Epistulae. Parchment. Italy. 15th c. Examples of additions and corrections, very probably added  by the scribe who copied this manuscript

Segment of folio 16r from Mich. Ms. 160.  Horace (65-8 BC). Ars Poetica & Epistulae. Parchment. Italy. 15th c. Examples of additions and corrections, very probably added  by the scribe who copied this manuscript

We are very pleased to invite you all to the third session of a series of virtual encounters on various aspects of book history. On this occasion, our webinar is devoted to textual editing and criticism. Our speakers will discuss innovative approaches to digital technology and scholarship as they are applied to the edition of literary texts, ranging from Chaucer to James Joyce.

Talks & Speakers:

“I unleash Multitudes: Editing Chaucer as a Woman of Colour”
Barbara Bordalejo (Canterbury Tales Project)

"A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Annotated Facsimiles as Ideal Editions"
Shef Rogers (University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand)

"New Directions in Textual Genetics: Cultural Genetics"
Wim Van Mierlo (Loughborough University, UK)

Chair: Pablo Alvarez (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Organized in conjunction with the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, this event is scheduled for January 27 (Wednesday) at 2:00 pm. Here is the registration form. Upon registration you will receive the Zoom invitation one day before the event. 

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