The excerpt below was featured in the article, titled "Humanities Master’s Programs: Exploring What Makes Us Human," from the Office of CAS Communications and was written by Michael Samuels. Editorial Studies: Sharing What It Means to Be Human – With Annotations and Corrections The Editorial Institute at BU straddles the divide between... More
Poets' Punctuation: Thomas Hardy, Ezra Pound and the technology of accidentals Editorial Institute, Boston University 3 March 2015 Starts: 5:30 pm on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Location: 143 Bay State Road, Room 106 Punctuation matters always, but it takes on a new force and significance in early twentieth-century verse. Ezra Pound's devotion to Hardy may be understood... More
Congratulations to current Editorial Institute PhD student, Nicole Depolo, who was elected to the Board of Directors of the Norman Mailer Society in 2014. She was also acknowledged as a contributor to TASCHEN's 2014 edition of Mailer's "Superman Comes to the Supermarket" and J. Michael Lennon's Norman Mailer: A Double... More
Editorial Institute PhD candidate, Stetson Robinson attended the The Charles S. Peirce International Centennial Congress, July 16-19 at UMass Lowell. Stetson's dissertation work incorporates digitizing Pierce's manuscripts via STEP (Scholarly Text-Editing Platform) in conjunction with the efforts of the Pierce Edition Project at Indiana University. As a result, Stetson was... More
Jeffrey Gutierrez, a current PhD student at the Editorial Institute has been awarded a scholarship from the Southern California Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America to attend course at the California Rare Book School. He will attend Daniel Lewis' seminar on archives this August at the California Rare Book School, UCLA.