Congratulations to Erica Zimmer, PhD Candidate in the Editorial Institute, for having presented at the University of Maine’s recent Digital Humanities Week, Surfacing: THATCAMP Maine 2013. her project presentation was entitled “Affordances of the Digital: Mapping, Modeling Texts, and Early Modern Methodologies.”
Congratulations to Erica Zimmer, PhD candidate in the Editorial Institute, for having presented at the recent EEBO-TCP conference, Early Modern Texts: Digital Methods and Methodologies, held 16-17 September 2013 at the University of Oxford. Her presentation, entitled ‘”Digressive Bibliography”:Browsing the Bookstalls of Paul’s Cross Churchyard,’ was developed in part through her July 2013 participation in the Folger Shakespeare Library’s ‘Early Modern Digital Agendas’ NEH Summer Institute.
Recent alum Ateeb Gul has been offered an Editor position at Oxford University Press, Pakistan. He will be working in their Lahore office, which oversees operations in the central region of the country. Ateeb received his MA in Editorial Studies in May of this year.
Congratulations to Nicole DePolo, doctoral candidate at the Editorial Institute, on her recent publication in The Mailer Review. You can find her essay on Mailer’s MoonFire in the current issue!
Congratulations to Erica Zimmer, PhD candidate in the Editorial Institute, for having presented at the recent EEBO-TCP conference, “Revolutionizing Early Modern Studies”?: The Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership in 2012, at the University of Oxford. Her paper was entitled “From Aspiration, Through Education: Revisiting Spenser’s “Letter of the Authors.”
Congratulations to recent Editorial Institute graduate Christopher Ohge, who has recently accepted a postdoctoral fellowship in Digital Humanities at the University of Maine.
Congratulations to Erica Zimmer, PhD candidate in the Editorial Institute, for having presented at the recent On the Edge: Medieval Margins and the Margins of Academic Life symposium held to honor the twentieth anniversary of art historian Michael Camille’s Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art at the University of Chicago’s Special Collections Research Center. Her paper was entitled “Voices from the Image’s Edge: Illumination and Interpolation in MS Douce 195.”
Congratulations again to this year’s five graduates of the Editorial Institute:
Lauren Eckenroth, MA
Albert LaFarge, PhD
Mary McCleary, PhD
James O’Brien, PhD
Christopher Ohge, PhD
Congratulations to Erica Zimmer, PhD candidate at the Editorial Institute, for having presented at The Wordsworth Trust’s most recent Words on the page, and the Meanings Beyond: The Innovative Interpretation of Manuscripts conference in April. Her paper was entitled “Entering the Wordsworth Circle: Engaging Lyrical Ballads through Evolving Evidence.”
Sassan Tabatabai, PhD candidate at the Editorial Institute, will be reading from his new book of poetry Uzunburun at Boston College.