Session 1428: Editing Medieval Texts: Problems and Possibilities - A Round Table Discussion
Wednesday 3 July 2013, 19.30-20.30
|Sponsor:||Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Culture, University of Southampton|
|Organiser:||Nicholas Karn, Department of History, University of Southampton|
|Moderator/Chair:||Leonie V. Hicks, Department of History and American Studies, Canterbury Christ Church University|
Editing tends to be something which is picked up from observation and mimicry rather than through working from first principles. There is, as such, massive variation in practice, probably much greater than is realised. These include different languages, national scholarly traditions, different genres, and disciplines. The round table is intended to continue and broaden out discussion as part of a projected series of workshops to take place over the next 2-3 years.
Participants include Steven Biddlecombe (University of Exeter), Stephen Church (University of East Anglia), Philippa Mary Hoskin (University of Lincoln), Nicholas Karn (University of Southampton), and Christopher Woolgar (University of Southampton).