[Msa-discuss] CFP: Author Biographies and Publisher Descriptions for The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP)
helen at uoregon.edu
Fri Sep 29 14:33:36 EDT 2017
We are sending below a CFP seeking biographies of Hogarth Press authors, workers and illustrators and pieces on other Modernist presses to include (with credit) in the Modernist Archives Publishing Project/MAPP. We recently launched the first phase of the project at www.modernistarchives.com<http://www.modernistarchives.com/>. You can find lots of Hogarth Press dust jackets, author photos, newly-digitized archival correspondence, and other gems there. We are looking forward to further collaboration with everyone on this resource and are also very much open to feedback and correction as we get this big project going!
Please see our recently published book for background on building the resource:
Claire Battershill, Helen Southworth, Alice Staveley, Michael Widner, Elizabeth Willson Gordon, and Nicola Wilson. Scholarly Adventures in Digital Humanities: Making the Modernist Archives Publishing Project. Palgrave New Directions in Book History series, 2017.
Full CFP is below! Please always feel free to write to us, too, if you have questions or suggestions.
With all best wishes,
Helen Southworth and Claire Battershill
helen at uoregon.edu, cbatters at sfu.ca
CFP: Author Biographies and Publisher Descriptions for The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP) No deadline.
The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (www.modernistarchives.com<http://www.modernistarchives.com/>) (co-directed by Claire Battershill, Helen Southworth, Alice Staveley, Mike Widner, Elizabeth Willson Gordon, and Nicola Wilson) seeks submissions for biographical entries for the authors, artists and press workers of The Hogarth Press and for its (other) publishing house descriptions pages. MAPP is the first modernist DH project to focus exclusively on twentieth-century publishing houses. It offers a pioneering digital platform to organize, interact with, and analyze book production, reception, and distribution networks and will represent a replicable digital model for contemporary and future scholars of modernist publishing and book culture. For more about MAPP, please visit our site: http://www.modernistarchives.com/content/about-the-project
We would also be open to student work and to pedagogical uses of MAPP. Please contact our team to discuss possible pedagogical collaborations and student writing:http://www.modernistarchives.com/contact
Before submitting, please use the Google form below to send a brief query with your proposed biographical subject or publisher.
Biographies should be approximately 1,000 words and should be accompanied by a works cited and a bibliography. Where possible please include links to the Modernist Journals Project, Orlando or other digital resources. Example entry:http://www.modernistarchives.com/person/ruth-manning-sanders
Press descriptions should be approximately 1,000 words and should be accompanied by a works cited and a bibliography. Please see the MAPP site for examples:http://www.modernistarchives.com/business/the-hogarth-press or Lise Jaillant on Grant Richards at http://www.modernistarchives.com/business/grant-richards. Any twentieth-century press will be considered for inclusion. Foreign language and geographically dispersed presses encouraged.
Submissions will be subject to double peer review and will be credited.
Please send short proposals and queries using the following form:https://goo.gl/forms/1K33gDnxW8jHTNym1
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