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Calls for Papers
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15 May 2013
A Postgraduate and ECR Training Event
University of Salford
01 Jun 2013
Cultures, Contexts, Images, Texts
SHARP affiliate panel at SAMLA 2013
Queries and 350-word abstracts & bios to Melissa Makala at edmundrm [at] mailbox.sc.edu
Queries, 300-word abstract and short biography to Jeffrey Makala at makalaj [at] mailbox.sc.edu
10th Annual Conference, European Society for Textual Scholarship
Proposals by email to ests2013paris [at] gmail.com
Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London
Submit 300-word abstracts plus 50-100 words of biography to Conference Secretary, Ruth Bush sfpsconference2013 [at] gmail.com Papers can be in English or French.
The Program Committee welcomes submissions for individual papers or panels on any aspect of Renaissance studies, or the era ca. 1300–1700. See website for details.
Theme: Bibliography in the Digital Age Queries & 250 word abstracts to: Conference Convenor, Maggie Patton, Manager, Original Materials, State Library of New South Wales, Macquarie Street, Sydney, 2000 (mpatton [at] sl.nsw.gov.au)
Submit a 1-page c.v. and 250-word abstract to Jaime Harker (jlharker [at] olemiss.edu) and Cecilia Farr (ckfarr [at] stkate.edu). Proposals also welcomed for panels, workshops, roundtables, and study groups
Submit 300-word abstracts and proposals for themed panels to: historyofmfl [at] nottingham.ac.uk
24-27 Jun 2013
Institut d’histoire du livre (Lyon) offers 4 advanced courses in book and printing history, taught by Marianne Besseyre, Krisitan Jensen, Anne Moeglin-Delcroix with Francoise Lonardoni and Nicholas Pickwoad.
Fee: 450 euros for one course (4 days)
More information: http://raphaele-mouren.enssib.fr/workshop_2013
4 – 9 August 2013
See SHARP’s calendar for more information
Fee: Register by May 31st (tuition $1250; thereafter, $1500)
University of Virginia
Full course schedule available online
See website for full details
University of California at Los Angeles
Full course schedule available online
Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies (CMPS) in the Institute of English Studies and the Antiquarian Booksellers Association (ABA)
Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice
See webpage for details
“Publishing the Archive”
Special Issue on Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Queries and proposals not exceeding 500 words to: digitalhumanities [at] ttu.edu . Final articles not to exceed 3,000-5,000 words. Consult The CEA Critic site for formatting guidelines
This collection of essays seeks to recover and reframe the literature aimed at the black child. The main focus should be on African American children as readers, students, or authors.
Queries or send a 750 – 1000 word abstract Anna Mae Duane (amduane1 [at] gmail.com) and Kate Capshaw Smith (Capshaw [at] uconn.edu
‘Queens of the Marketplace: 19th C. women writers and the rise of the bestseller’
Please submit articles for consideration between 4,000-7000 words to Clare Gill, University of Southampton (c.gill [at] soton.ac.uk) or Clare Clarke, Trinity College Dublin (clarkc11 [at] tcd.ie)
A peer-reviewed, open access e-journal, welcoming articles in English on the cultural performance of authorship in any contemporary or historical literary milieu
Publishes articles and reviews on book creation, design, marketing, and book consumption. Aims to promote and share best practices in the teaching of writing, illustration, book design and production, and publishing.
Coverage on local and regional press for online edition and subsequent print editions
More information: DNCJ
List of entries requiring contributors
2 x per year; Any aspect of publishing history
Issues for Jan-Jun 2012 on the War of 1812
For more information contact the Editor, Christopher Brown-Syed
Peer-reviewed book series related to the history of the book
Submit proposals to Stephanie Paalvast; include your name, affiliation, a tentative title, a brief description of the contents, and its aim and scope.
Publisher: Pickering & Chatto
Queries, abstracts & proposals to: Kate Macdonald (offline) or to co-series editor in the USA, Ann Rea, at anr12 [at] pitt.edu
International forum for professionals in publishing, bookselling, librarians, authors and others
Series Editors: Dr James Daybell, University of Plymouth, UK and
Dr Adam Smyth, University of London, UK
Annual publication. Any aspect of the theory or practice of editing, print or digital
Un consortium interuniversitaire (Université de Montréal, Université Laval, Université du Québec à Montréal)
Scottish Society for Northern Studies
Publishers of books about books
On-going research, to accumulate data about the reading experiences of readers of all nationalities in Britain and those of British subjects abroad from 1450 to 1945
Reviewers needed for books, exhibitions, and conferences
An international platform for scholars, practitioners and artists dealing with literature, culture and literary translation
A crowdsourcing transcription project