ADE members will want to check out Lorri Glover’s recent review of The Papers of Eliza Lucas Pinckney and Harriott Pinckney Horry Digital Edition from The Public Historian (August 2013). An assessment of a “born digital” addition to the Rotunda digital universe, the review notes the interoperability with other Rotunda […]
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 the documentation of the history of science, The Collected Papers […]
Barbara B. Oberg, general editor of the Papers of Thomas Jefferson, will speak November 3 on the campus of Drew University, Madison, New Jersey. She will “address the question of how Jefferson balanced his rhetorical ‘non-partisanship’ with the reality of leading his party and leading the nation.” The event is hosted […]
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 Eardley, Nick McDowell, Leah Marcus, Valerie Rumbold; Richard Serjeantson, Gary […]
The ADE has established a fund to honor the memory of Sharon Ritenour Stevens. To make a contribution, go to the Donate to the ADE page or send a check to ADE Secretary Darrell Meadows at Civil War Governors of Kentucky Digital Documentary Edition, Kentucky Historical Society, 100 W. Broadway, Frankfort, KY 40601. The initiators of the fund, recent […]
The issue features news, a look back at the Annual Meeting in Ann Arbor, project summaries from editors who attended the 2013 Summer Editing Institute, and more! To read, click here.
In Ann Arbor, Michigan, on July 11, the ADE Council unanimously adopted the following resolution: Resolution of Appreciation to the Journal of American History The Association for Documentary Editing proclaims this Resolution of Appreciation to the Journal of American History in acknowledgment of its vital support in the field of […]
Documentary editors may not have as direct a presence on cable TV as historical archaeologists, but we can see a lot of ourselves in a recent posting by Paul Mullins, the president of the Society for Historical Archaeology. With some substitution of terms, he’s talking about us: “We live in […]