[Msa-discuss] Modernist Networks conference: Loyola Chicago,
10 Apr. 2010
dchinit at luc.edu
Thu Mar 4 09:55:35 EST 2010
Announcing a Modernist Networks day-conference at Loyola University Chicago from 9:30-4:30 on Saturday, April 10, 2010.
The fourth in an ongoing series of conferences on textual studies at Loyola, this event will take place in the Klarchek Room of the Information Commons on the Lake Shore Campus. See attached poster.
It is sponsored by The Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities and the Martin J. Svaglic Chair in Textual Studies.
Participation is free, including 9:30 tea and coffee and lunch. Registration in advance is essential to aid us in planning lunch. Register before 1 April by sending email to Peter Shillingsburg (pshillingsburg at luc.edu). DO NOT use reply ALL to this email; send an individual email to Peter Shillingsburg separately.
The distinguished presenters include:
George Bornstein, University of Michigan: "The Colors of Modernism: Publishing Blacks, Jews, and Irish in the Early Twentieth Century."
Robin Schulze, Penn State University: "The Hardware and Software of Modernist Studies: Building the Digital Future."
Sean Latham, University of Tulsa: "Creating a New Art: The Modernist Journals Project and the Archives of the Everyday."
Pamela L. Caughie, Loyola University Chicago: "Sounding Off: Modernist Sound Scholarship and the Challenges of Publishing."
Do not forget by 1 April to register by sending a message to pshillingsburg at luc.edu
Attached find a copy of the flyer for the event. Please share this announcement and the flyer in whatever way you'd like. Information is also available at the Center's website at: http://ctsdh.luc.edu/?q=conferences
Martin J. Svaglic Professor of Textual Studies
Loyola University Chicago
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