Dorothy Richardson Society

Remaking the New: Modernism and Textual Scholarship Conference

13-14 July 2017
The Graduate Centre: Queen Mary University of London, London, E1 4NS

Provisional Programme

The Night Before (Wednesday 12 July 2017)
7.00pm
Early arrivals gather in The Lord Tredegar, 50 Lichfield Rd, London E3 5AL for drinks and food.

Day 1: Thursday 13 July 2017
9.00-9.30
Coffee and Registration

9.30-9.45
Opening Remarks
Scott McCracken

9.45-11.00
Plenary 1: Deborah Longworth, Dorothy Richardson Editions Project

11.00-11.30
Coffee

11.30-1.00
Parallel Panel 1
“Je n’impose rien; je ne propose rien: j’expose”: New Modernist Editing and Foreign Languages
Claire Davison, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3
Olivia Moore's Spleen and the Scope of the Experimental'
Katharina Boeckenhoff, University of Manchester
The Blind Man: A Centenary Facsimile Reprint
Sophie Seita, University of Cambridge

Parallel Panel 2
Theorising the Editorial Act: The Cambridge Works of D. H. Lawrence
Lawrence Eggert, Loyola University Chicago
The Textual Lives of Henry Ryecroft
Tom Ue, University of Toronto, Scarborough
Modernism, Literary History, and the Problem of Scholarly Annotation
Wim van Mierlo, Loughborough University

1.00-2.00
Lunch

2.00-3.30
Panel 3: Editing Ulysses
'Towards a Genetic Edition of Ulysses
Luca Crispi, University College, Dublin'
Digital Modernism: The Case of Ulysses
Clare Hutton, Loughborough University
Ulysses: A Digital Critical and Synoptic Edition in the Age of Documentary Editing
Ronan Crowley, University of Antwerp, and Joshua Schäuble, University of Groningen

3.30-4.00
Tea

4.00-5.00
Mina Loy Roundtable
Sandeep Parmar, University of Liverpool
Sarah Hayden, University of Southampton
Alex Goody, Oxford-Brookes University
Sara Crangle, University of Sussex

5.00-6.30
Plenary 2
Dirk van Hulle, University of Antwerp

6.30-7.30
Wine Reception

8.00
Conference Dinner
Morgan Arms, 43 Morgan St, London E3 5AA

Day 2: Friday 14 July 2017
9.00-11.00
Parallel Panel 1
Reading May Sinclair's Reading
Rebecca Bowler, Keele University
Intratextual Play – Mediating ‘Middles’ in Dorothy Richardson’sPilgrimage
Elizabeth Pritchett
"Sent to Rapallo...": Mary Barnard and the Modernist List
Sarah Barnsley
Pilgrimage's Commas: the 1938 Edition
Adam Guy

Parallel Panel 2
Editing E. M. Forster's Maurice: the 1913/1914 Version as a Circulating Unpublished Text
Howard J. Booth, University of Manchester
Editing After Apartheid: On Olive Schreiner's Bushmen, K*****s, and Boers
Andrew van der Vlies, Queen Mary University of London
Editing in Eskimo: Empson's Complex Words
Helen Thaventhiran, University of Cambridge

11.00-11.30
Coffee

11.30-1.00
Panel 3: Jean Rhys in Prospect
Jean Rhys's Voyage in the Dark: A Textual History to 1968
Sue Thomas, La Trobe University, Melbourne
Towards A New Edition of Jean Rhys
Anna Snaith, King's College University of London, and Andrew Thacker, Nottingham Trent University

1.00-2.00
Lunch

2.00-3.30
Plenary 3: The Woolf Editions
Jane Goldman, University of Glasgow
Bryony Randall, University of Glasgow
Susan Sellers, University of St Andrews

This conference is supported by a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

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