We note with sadness the passing of Professor Emeritus Sir Geoffrey Hill on 30 June 2016. Professor Hill was a founding Co-Director of the Institute, serving until his retirement in 2006. The Guardian obituary of 1 July 2016 can be found here. Tributes, including one from Christopher Ricks, are here.
Congratulations to Editorial Institute graduate (2012) Christopher Ohge, who was recently awarded a Ransom Center Research Fellowship to conduct further research on Paul Bowles's correspondence and library.
Congratulations to Mary Erica Zimmer, PhD Candidate in The Editorial Institute at Boston University, for having presented at the Internet Shakespeare Editions’ recent Making Links: Texts, Contexts, and Performance in Digital Editions of Early Modern Drama conference at the University of Victoria in Victoria, British Columbia. Her presentation was entitled... More
Congratulations to Mary Erica Zimmer, PhD Candidate in The Editorial Institute at Boston University, for having received a 2015 SAA Graduate Student Travel Grant to participate in the Shakespeare Association of America’s “Using Data in Shakespeare Studies” workshop at its Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her workshop presentation was... More
Chinquapin Publishers has released Record of a Soldier in the Late War: The Confederate memoir of John Wesley Bone, edited by Julianne Bone Mehegan and David Mehegan. The editors will discuss their research process and read from the book.
March 24, 1 p.m. at Suffolk University, Mildred F. Sawyer Library
73 Tremont... More
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