Monthly Archives: January 2016

CfP: Digital Scholarly Editing: Theory, Practice, Methods, Antwerp, 5-7 Oct 2016

Conference organized by the European Society for Textual Scholarship (ESTS) and the Digital Scholarly Editing Initial Training Network (DiXiT). Hosted by the Centre for Manuscript Genetics at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Venue: University of Antwerp, 5-7 October 2016 Keynote speakers: Paul Eggert and Kathryn Sutherland As digital publications are reaching a stage of maturity […]

Conference Report: Between Text and Readers. IBG Young Scholars Network Meeting, 13-14 November 2015

Guest post by Julia Dickob, Mona Klinkhardt and Darya Mohammad-Hadi, JGU Mainz From Friday November 13 to Saturday November 14 2015 the annual meeting of the IBG Young Scholars Network took place for the first time at the Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany. The theme of the conference was “Between Texts and Readers – Book […]

Academic Publishing on Paper in the 21st Century: Lecture and Presentation at Staatsbibliothek Berlin

On February 11, the Berlin State Library and the research group “Arbeitskreis Materialität der Literatur” are hosting the event “Sonderdruck. Wissenschaftliches Publizieren auf Papier im 21. Jahrhundert”. Several panelists will talk about the book series “Sonderdruck”, a new format for publishing short, high-quality academic works written primarily by graduate students. Lothar Müller (Süddeutsche Zeitung) will introduce this […]

Call for Panels: The Business of Literature: Authorship, Publishing, Aesthetics, 40th Annual German Studies Association Conf, Sept 29 – Oct 2, San Diego, CA/USA

This German Studies Association call for Panels may be of interest to our followers in the German-speaking areas and beyond. CFP: Panel(s): The Business of Literature: Authorship, Publishing, Aesthetics Fortieth Annual German Studies Association Conference September 29 – October 2, San Diego, CA In the context of expanding literary markets throughout the nineteenth century, this […]