What is the ADE?

The ADE was created in 1978 to promote documentary editing through the cooperation and exchange of ideas among the community of editors.

About

The primary foci of documentary editing traditionally have been historical and literary figures and now encompass a range of subjects: sciences, medicine, philosophy, religion, and the arts.

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Scholarly Editing

The ADE’s premier journal in the field of documentary and textual editing, Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing is an open-access, digital publication.

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Annual Meeting

The 2017 annual meeting for the ADE will take place in Buffalo, New York from 22-24 June 2017. Find out more about this upcoming meeting as well as past conferences.

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Resources

There a multitude of resources to help new and current editors with all aspects editing, from transcription and proofreading to print and digital publication.  

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Announcements

Read our most recent announcements to stay up-to-date with projects, recent print and digital publications, job postings, call for papers and proposals, and other important news. 

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IEHD

The Institute for Editing Historical Documents, a joint collaboration between the ADE and the NHPRC, is an annual five-day workshop for individuals new to historical documentary editing.

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Featured Project

The William Blake Archive

The William Blake Archive is an international public resource which provides access to major visual and literary works by William Blake. These works are highly disparate and widely dispersed, whose access is often restricted as a result of their value, rarity, and fragility. This digital archive is able to make the works available through the growing contributions of a number of organizations. Browse through the collection to view the unique drawing, illustrations, prints, paintings, and typographical works.

Other ADE Project Websites

There are numerous projects affiliated with the Association for Documentary Editing which cover a range of individuals, families, and subject matter. The Marianne Moore Digital Archive, the Skinner Family Papers, and In Love and War: The World War II Courtship Letters of a Nisei Couple are just a fraction of the unique and diverse documentary projects. Contact us if you would like to add your project to this growing list. 

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