The provisional programme for ‘Alexander Pope: Text, Book, Work’
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General Editors: Jim McLaverty, Michael Suarez, Valerie Rumbold, Marcus Walsh, Henry Woudhuysen The Oxford Edition of the Writings of Alexander Pope, commissioned in 2017, will draw together all of Pope’s work for the first time since the nineteenth century: poems, prose, and correspondence. The new edition will reflect the rapid development of Pope scholarship in … Continue reading “About ‘The Oxford Edition of the Writings of Alexander Pope’”
We have already received some fine proposals for papers, but we are able to consider further proposals provided we receive them no later than MONDAY 9 APRIL. To make a proposal, please send an abstract (no more than 300 words) and a brief bio to M.Walsh.firstname.lastname@example.org, stating whether it is a free-standing 20-minute paper or a … Continue reading “Extended Proposal Deadline (9 April)”
A one-day symposium at the University of Birmingham on 27 June 2018. Radiating from our central concerns with textual transmission, material texts in manuscript and print, and conceptions of the literary work, discussion will address the range of Pope’s diverse writings and consider possible modes of future reading
Alexander Pope: Text, Book, Work University of Birmingham – Wednesday 27 June 2018 The general editors of the Oxford Edition of the Writings of Alexander Pope, in collaboration with the Centre for Literary Editing and the Materiality of the Text at the University of Birmingham, invite you to ‘Alexander Pope: Text, Book, Work’, a one-day symposium … Continue reading “Call for papers: Alexander Pope: Text, Book, Work”