Network members have been invited to attend three workshops in 2016-17 addressing our three key questions. Summaries will be posted after each event – please click the links below:
October 2016: What is New Modernist Editing?
February 2017: What are the NME’s current and potential audiences?
April 2017: How does the NME respond to the new conditions of cultural production?
The Network also hosted a two-day workshop for postgraduate students at the University of Glasgow. A summary of the event is posted in the link below:
The Network will also have a presence at the Remaking the New: Modernism and Textual Scholarship conference organised by the Dorothy Richardson Editions Project, 13-14 July 2017. At this event we will a) launch a digital edition of Virginia Woolf’s ‘Ode Written Partly in Prose on Seeing the Name of Cutbush Above a Butcher’s Shop in Pentonville’ and associated practice guide and b) offer a roundtable discussion on the outcomes of the Network, including how the digital edition and practice guide were developed, and any planned further activities.