CFP: [18th] Editing the Long Eighteenth Century

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Paddy Bullard

Call For Papers

This is a call for papers for the conference
'Editing the Long Eighteenth Century',
School of English & Scottish Language & Literature,
Glasgow University, Scotland,
27-29 August 2009.

Plenary speakers: John Barnard, Claude Rawson, David Womersley.

Conference website (including registration details):

Panel themes have been established by the organizers. Those interested in
offering a 20-minute paper within one of these Panels should submit an
abstract (300 words) or completed papers by email to the panel convener
(indicated in parentheses) by Monday 16 March 2009. Papers contributing
directly or indirectly to thinking about the future of editorial work on
18th-century texts and authors are particularly welcome. For conference
purposes the eighteenth century's length is Restoration to early Romantic;

Editing Swift (James McLaverty, Keele University

Editing Pope (Julian Ferraro, University of Liverpool

Editing Drama (Tiffany Stern, University of Oxford

Editing and New Technologies (Paddy Bullard, University of
Oxford <>)

Editing Correspondence and other biographical materials (David Shuttleton,
University of Glasgow <>)

Editing Miscellanies (Stuart Gillespie, University of Glasgow

Editing Non-Literary Texts (David Shuttleton, University of Glasgow

Editing Scottish Authors (Andrew Hook, University of Glasgow

Editing Romantic Verse (Nigel Leask, University of Glasgow

Suggestions for papers which appear not to fall within any of these panels
may be sent to any or all of the organizers, whose e-mail addresses appear

Paddy Bullard, Stuart Gillespie, David Shuttleton

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