EDITING BEHIND THE SCENES: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH – 10th March

EDITING BEHIND THE SCENES:

A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

 

10th March 2017, 10 a.m. – 17:30 p.m.

Senate Room, Durham Castle

 

 

The Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) at Durham University will host a one-day workshop on the topic of Editing in Literature, Theatre, Digital Humanities, Music and Cinema. The concept of editing will be considered in its broadest sense by examining the variety of its use amongst different disciplines as well as in different cultural and historical contexts. The event will focus on methodologies and approaches adopted in selecting, revising and arranging written, audio and visual materials. Six scholars from diverse fields will present and discuss their work as practising editors: Carlo Caruso (MLAC, Italian Studies – Durham), Jan Clarke (MLAC, French Studies – Durham), Tina Gharavi (Digital Media/Film – Newcastle), Peter Heslin (Classics – Durham), Michael O’Neill (English Studies – Durham), Magnus Williamson (Music – Newcastle). The workshop will be followed by a roundtable discussion. 

REGISTRATION IS FREE. TO RESERVE A PLACE, PLEASE EMAIL:

workshopediting103@gmail.com

Organised by Giulia Crespi, Barbara Tanzi-Imbri and Valentina Vignieri.

PROGRAMME

9:45-10:15 Reception

10:15-1:00 pm Opening remarks

Chair: MARC SCHACHTER

MICHAEL O’NEILL, Professor in the Department of English Studies at Durham

Versioning Shelley

MAGNUS WILLIAMSON, Professor of Early Music at Newcastle

Polyphonic Archaeology: handling fragments

PETER HESLIN, Reader in the Department of Classics at Durham

Learning from GIT: Critical Editions as Version Control

1:00-2:00 pm Catered Lunch, Senate Room, Durham Castle

2:00-3:45 pm Chair: ADRIÁN FRANCISCO-J. HERNÁNDEZ

TINA GHARAVI, Film Director and Senior Lecturer in Digital Media at Newcastle

Tribalism is killing us. Archive and Editing in Storytelling

JAN CLARKE, Professor of French Studies at Durham

The Theatrical Text as Palimpsest: the case of Thomas Corneille’s Inconnu

3:45-4:15 pm Coffee and Tea

4:15-5:30 pm CARLO CARUSO, Professor of Italian Studies at Durham

Editing Vernacular Classics in the Early Sixteenth Century: Ancient Models and

Modern Solutions

Roundtable discussion and concluding remarks

5:30 pm Wine Reception

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