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Conference on Editorial Problems -Notice (fwd)

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Records of Early English Drama/ Victoria College/ 150 Charles Street W
Toronto Ontario Canada
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http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~reed/reed-l.html => REED-L's home page
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~reed/stage.html => our theatre resource page
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~reed/archive.html => library & archives page
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Subject: Conference on Editorial Problems -Notice

Please post and circulate as widely as possible,
Thank-you

CONFERENCE NOTICE AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION


**COMPUTING THE EDITION**
Problems in editing for the electronic medium

The Thirty Third Annual Conference on Editorial Problems
7-9 November 1997
University College, University of Toronto

http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/cep/
Email: [log in to unmask]

INVITED SPEAKERS

Julia Flanders (Brown)
Data or Wisdom? Electronic editing, empiricism and the quantification
of knowledge

John Lavagnino (Brown)
Access

Jerome McGann (Virginia)
The contradictory imperatives of eye and mind

Peter Robinson (De Montfort)
The Canterbury Tales project and other electronic editions: where next?

Peter Shillingsburg (Mississippi)
The dank cellar of electronic texts

Michael Sperberg-McQueen (Illinois at Chicago)
Why you should not teach your edition to swim

Kathryn Sutherland (Oxford)
The real presence of texts


PANELISTS (University of Toronto)

Alex Jones ancient science
Andrew Hughes musicology
Ian Lancashire (chair) English Renaissance literature
Keren Rice linguistics
Gary Shawver medieval studies
Jens Wollesen art history
Russon Wooldridge lexicography

The objective of the 1997 Conference on Editorial Problems is to examine
the practice of editing as it is shaped by the electonic medium, and
to explore the practiccality of the opportunities and the problems that
come from their implementation.
Many believe that the future of scholarly editing, if not specialized
academic publishing generally, lies with the electronic medium.
This Conference will take stock of major developments to date, examining
critically, and from the problems that have arisen, adumbrating the
nature of scholarly editing for the electronic medium.
It will ask What are the desirable features of an electronic edition?
How is the medium affecting our conception of editing and of the nature
of text?
How may we may refurbish our old wisdom and skills for this new medium?

The Conference will consist of papers from seven invited speakers,
followed by a panel of scholars representing a wide variety of
disciplinary perspectives at Toronto.
The resulting volume will be published in print and electronic forms by
the University of Toronto Press.
The imitative use of the computer to assist in producing an edition for
print may now be taken for granted. The concerns of this Conference
lie, rather, in the taken for granted. The concerns of this Conference lie, rather, in the ext=
raensions of computting beyond a mirror-image of what we have always been
abe to do. Thus its subject consists of the practical and theoretical
problmes arising from new kinds of processing and analysis
the rapid interactivity between editor or reader and the data; and the
plethora of choices in what an electronic scholarly edition might be or
do.
Recent achievements and current projects dispel any doubt that the
dividends of computing the edition are great, but they also show that
these dividends have far-reaching and disturbing consequences. It is
not simply that the choices we face are difficult,
or even that the most positive and seemingly least problematic dividends
challenge old ideas.
The creative disturbance to our status quo originates in the
objectification of editorial practice that computerization entails in the
perceptual shift to a view of source material as data. Futhermore,
the digital gift of including so much more in an edition than was formerly
possible means a rethinking of what we consider to be data, what
processes constitute editing, indeed what we mean by "scholarly"
and others

Convenors
Willard McCarty King's College London
Fred Unwalla Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto

Conference Coordinator
Jennifer Forbes University of Toronto


LOCATION

The Conference will take place at University College in the University of
Toronto.
 Travel information and a detailed map will be sent with the conference
fee receipt.

Internet Access
All attendees will be offered access to the Internet, from which they may
reach their regular e-mail accounts as well as browse the web.
Computers with on-line access will be made available at
Robarts Library and at other locations on campus.


ACCOMMODATION

All hotels detailed here will have rooms available during the conference.
For all hotels the cut-off date for guaranteed reservations at the
conference price is 7 October 1997 (i.e. one month before the start of the
conference. When making their reservations, all guests are asked to
quote the conference name, "The Conference on Editorial Problems"
to qualify for the conference rate.
Conference rates cannot be guaranteed on days other than 7-9 November,
though all hotels will try to be accomodating.
 Any special arrangements (non-smoking rooms, whellchair accesible rooms,
etc., must be made directly with the hotel concerned. People wishing to
stay later or arrive earlier will have to make their own arrangements
with the particular hotel. It is bext to make reservations early to
ensure requirements are met.
All hotel rates are in Canadian funds and do not
include taxes (the taxes on hotel rooms are the Goods and Service Tax at
7% and the Provincial Sales Tax at 5%). Many hotels have penalties for
cancellations, early departures etc. Please check all charges,
potential penalites and other conditions with the hotel prior to
booking.

List of Hotels
Quality Hotel Midtown
280 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 1V8
phone: (416) 968-0010 fax: (416) 968-7765
Toll free reservations: 1-800-228-5151
$72 plus taxes (1 person) $84 plus taxes (2 people)

Venture Inn Toronto Yorkville
89 Avenue Rd, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 2G3
phone: (416) 964-1220 fax: (416) 964-8692
Toll free reservations: 1-800-387-3933
$75 plus taxes for singles or doubles

Park Plaza Hotel
4 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 2E8
phone: (416) 924-5471 fax: (416) 924-4933
Toll free reservations: 1-800-977-4197
$149.00 plus taxes for singles or doubles

Hotel Inter-Continental Toronto
220 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 1T8
phone: (416) 960-5200 fax: (416) 324-5920
Toll free reservations: 1-800-267-0010
$165.00 singles, $185.00 doubles plus taxes

Each guest must make his or her own reservations directly with the hotel
and is responsible for any and all hotel charges and special
arrangements.
Please quote "Conference on Editorial Problems" when booking. For all
hotels the cut-off date for guaranteed reservations at the
conference price is October 7, 1997.


REGISTRATION FORM

Name:

Institution:

Address:




Email:

Tel:

Fax:


REGISTRATION FEE

[ ] Full (includes papers, reception, banquet & Saturday lunch:$90
[ ] Partial (excludes reception & banquet): $70
[ ] Student (with Saturday lunch):$40
[ ] Student (papers only):$30
Students wishing to attend the Friday reception and the banquet must
pay for Full registration

I require a vegetarian (ovo-lacto) menu [ ] (please tick)

Canadian or US currency only. Cheques or money orders should be made
payable to the 'Conference on Editorial Problems'.

 Please note that no refunds will be awarded to cancellations received
after 7 October 1997.
Prior to that date a service charge of $15 will be levied on all
cancellations.

Numbers are limited to 100 for the conference so early registration is
advised.
The conference fee can be paid in advance with this form or on-site, but a
$35 surcharge will be required for all on-site registrations.

Please return this form along with your registration fee to:

Jennifer Forbes,
CEP97,
 PIMS,
 University of Toronto,
59 Queens Park Crescent East,
Toronto, Ontario,
M5S 2C3 CANADA

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