Author Archives: CathyHajo

Margaret Sanger Papers Moves To NYU Libraries

  As of October 1, 2014, Dr. Esther Katz announces that the Margaret Sanger Papers, a scholarly editing project, has joined NYU’s Division of Libraries, after a long stint at the History Department in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. … Continue reading

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Conference Program for the Society of Textual Scholarship Available

Several ADE members are participating in the upcoming Society for Textual Scholarship’s 18th International Interdisciplinary Conference, which will be held from March 20-22, 2014, at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, USA.  For the program see: http://textualsociety.org/current-conference-program/

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Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (Europe) offers Marie Curie Fellowships

From the Humanist discussion list: The Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT) offers  12 Marie Curie fellowships to early stage researchers (ESRs) for a period of 3 years and 5 Marie Curie fellowships to experienced researchers (ERs) for a … Continue reading

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Einstein Papers Digital Platform Chosen

From Tizra’s Oct. 9, 2013 blog: Princeton University Press has selected Tizra as the digital publishing platform it will use to make The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein available online.  One of the most ambitious publishing ventures ever undertaken in … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: The Edition as Argument, 1550-1750

THE EDITION AS ARGUMENT, 1550-1750 16-17 July 2014 Queen Mary, University of London Call for Papers Keynote Speakers: Professor Cathy Shrank (University of Sheffield) Professor Henry Woudhuysen (Oxford University) Confirmed speakers: Kate Bennett, Christopher Burlinson, Dan Carey, David Colclough, Alice … Continue reading

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Chronicling a Digital Edition of Defoe

In a blog post, “Digital editing with undergraduates: some reflections,” Stephen Gregg and Jess MacCarthy at Bath University chronicle their experiences creating an online digital edition of Daniel Defoe’s A Hymn to the Pillory, which became MacCarthy’s undergraduate dissertation. The post … Continue reading

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How Can the ADE Improve Efforts to Work with Amateur Editors?

I recently came across Ben Brumfield’s summary of his recent presentation at the Social Digital Scholarly Editing meeting, on “The Collaborative Future of Amateur Editions.” Brumfield, self-described as “not a scholarly editor. . . an amateur editor and professional software … Continue reading

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Joseph Smith Papers Project Publication

The Standard-Examiner published an announcement that the Joseph Smith Papers Project has just published Volume 1. From the article This volume released Wednesday is called volume one even though it was published eighth in a series of other books. This … Continue reading

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October 7 deadline for submissions to Scholarly Editing

This is just a brief reminder that there is still time if you wish to submit to Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing for the 2014 issue. We will continue to receive submissions for essays on the theory and practice … Continue reading

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The Papers of Abraham Lincoln awarded an Amazon Web Services Grant

From Facebook: The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum announced today that Amazon Web Services has awarded the Papers of Abraham Lincoln an “AWS in Education Grant” of $24,000 in storage services. This will allow the Papers of Abraham Lincoln … Continue reading

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