We are delighted to share the programme for Tuesday June 7th's workshop at the Harry Ransom Center.
To register to attend (in person) for free please sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/feminist-infrastructures-women-in-transatla...
Talks will be recorded and made available afterwards.
Room: Prothro Theatre (1st floor), Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin
9.45 Welcome from Stephen Enniss, Director of the HRC
10-11 Panel 1 MAPP roundtable: ‘Relaunching the Modernist Archives Publishing Project: The Hogarth Press in 1922’
Helena Clarkson (University of Reading), Illusha Nokhrin (University of Toronto), Helen Southworth (University of Oregon), Alice Staveley (Stanford University), Elizabeth Willson Gordon (King’s University Edmonton), Kristen Wilson (University of Texas at Austin), Nicola Wilson (University of Reading)
Chair Kayleigh E. Voss (University of Texas at Austin)
11.15-12.30 Panel 2 [remote presentation via zoom]
Clare Hutton (University of Loughborough) ‘Women and the Making of Ulysses: Thinking Behind and Beyond the Exhibition’
Laurence Cossu-Beaumont (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) on Jenny Bradley and Francophone literary agents
Chair Helen Southworth (University of Oregon)
1.30-2.30 Panel 3 [remote presentation via zoom]
Elizabeth Shand (UNC-Chapel Hill) ‘The Fluid Text in Sara Coleridge’s “ink-printed” Manuscripts’
Anna Lanfranci (University of Manchester), ‘Middlewomen: Berta Cutti, the Society of Italian Authors and the development of the agenting profession’
Chair Alice Staveley (Stanford University)
3-4.15 Panel 4
Amy Clements (St. Edwards University) ‘Banking on the Borzoi: Paper Trails and the Narratives of Financial Power Within the Origin Stories of Knopf’
HRC GRAs (Hartlyn Haynes, Adrienne Sockwell, Kayleigh E. Voss, Kristen Wilson) '"Shall I get it"? Women in Transatlantic Publishing in the Harry Ransom Center's Collections and Women in Modernist Publishing Display Cases'
Chair Nicola Wilson (University of Reading)
Image: MS 2750/133/7
Letter from Marjorie Thomson Joad to Roger Fry (03/08/1923) | Modernist Archives Publishing Project
Reproduced with permission from Penguin Random House UK Archive and Library owner of the Hogarth Press archive collection, held by the University of Reading Special Collections.