Feminist Infrastructures: Women in Transatlantic publishing, 1900-50. Symposium at the Harry Ransom Center, Austin Texas, June 7 2022.

Panel 1 MAPP roundtable 'Relaunching the Modernist Archives Publishing Project', introduced by Stephen Enniss (HRC): Watch on youtube: here

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) 

Panel 2:  'Women and the Making of Ulysses: Thinking Behind and Beyond the Exhibition' | Clare Hutton (University of Loughborough) and

'Jenny Bradley and Francophone literary agents' | Laurence Cossu-Beaumont (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) 

Chair: Helen Southworth (University of Oregon): Watch on youtube: here 

Panel 3: 'The Fluid Text in Sara Coleridge’s “ink-printed” Manuscripts' | Elizabeth Shand (UNC-Chapel Hill) and 'Middlewomen: Berta Cutti, the Society of Italian Authors and the development of the agenting profession' | Anna Lanfranci (University of Manchester)

Chair: Alice Staveley (Stanford University): Watch on youtube: here

Panel 4: 'Banking on the Borzoi: Paper Trails and the Narratives of Financial Power Within the Origin Stories of Knopf' | Amy Clements (St. Edwards University) and

'Shall I Get It? : Women in Transatlantic Publishing in the Harry Ransom Center's Collections + Women in Modernist Publishing Display Cases' | Ransom Center Graduate Research Assistants (Hartlyn Haynes, Adrienne Sockwell, Kayleigh E. Voss, Kristen Wilson)

Chair: Nicola Wilson (University of Reading): Watch on youtube: here

 

The Edinburgh Companion to Women in Publishing, 1900-2000

eds. Nicola Wilson, Claire Battershill, Sophie Heyworth, Marrisa Joseph, Daniela la Penna, Helen Southworth, Alice Staveley, Elizabeth Willson Gordon (under contract with EUP, forthcoming 2024)

"Digital Critical Archives, Copyright, and Feminist Praxis"

Claire Battershill, Helena Clarkson, Matthew N. Hannah, Illya Nokhrin, Elizabeth Willson Gordon and Nicola Wilson, View 'Digital Critical Archives, Copyright, and Feminist Praxis' (open access)’, Archival Science 2022 

"Early Women Workers at the Hogarth Press, c. 1917-25"

Helen Southworth and Nicola Wilson, ‘Early Women Workers at the Hogarth Press, c. 1917-25’, in Women in Print, vol. 2, ed. Helen Williams (Peter Lang, forthcoming)

"New Hands on Old Papers: Modernist Publishing and the Archival Gaze"

Alice Staveley, Claire Battershill, Helen Southworth, Matthew Hannah, Elizabeth Willson Gordon, and Nicola Wilson, ‘New Hands on Old Papers: Modernist Publishing and the Archival Gaze’. Modernism/Modernity Print Plus, 5 (3). Dec 2020
View New Hands on Old Papers

“'So now tell me what you think!': Sylvia Lynd's Collaborative Reading and Reviewing"

Nicola Wilson, ‘“So now tell me what you think!”: Sylvia Lynd's Collaborative Reading and Reviewing’, Literature & History, 28.1, (2019), 49-65.
‘So now tell me what you think!’: Sylvia Lynd's reading and reviewing – The collaborative work of an interwar middlewoman - Nicola Wilson, 2019 (sagepub.com)

How to tell a story? The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP) and Women’s Contributions to Modernist Book Publishing

Presentation: Claire Battershill, Alice Staveley, Elizabeth Willson Gordon and Nicola Wilson, ‘How to tell a story? The Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP) and Women’s Contributions to Modernist Book Publishing’ at Women in Publishing conference, Stanford, June 2019

"Bloomsbury Conversations That Didn’t Happen: Indian Writing Between British Modernism and Anti-Colonialism"

Charlotte Nunes and Snehal Shingavi, “Bloomsbury Conversations That Didn’t Happen: Indian Writing Between British Modernism and Anti-Colonialism,” British Literature in Transition, 1920-1940 (Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 199-216

Virginia Woolf and the World of Books: The Centenary of the Hogarth Press

eds. Nicola Wilson and Claire Battershill. Selected Papers from the Twenty-Seventh Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf. Clemson University Press, 2018. 

Scholarly Adventures in Digital Humanities: Making the Modernist Archives Publishing Project

Claire Battershill, Helen Southworth, Alice Staveley, Mike Widner, Elizabeth Willson Gordon, and Nicola Wilson. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. See outline contents here.

"A Woolf Abroad: The Novels of Virginia Woolf and Their Sales Overseas"

Dale Hall, 'A Woolf Abroad: The Novels of Virginia Woolf and Their Sales Overseas', Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Spring/Summer 2015, no. 87

"Comparing Marks: A Versioning Edition of Virginia Woolf's 'The Mark on the Wall'"

Emily McGinn, Amy Leggette, Matthew Hannah, and Paul Bellew, 'Comparing Marks: A Versioning Edition of Virginia Woolf's "The Mark on the Wall",' Scholarly Editing (Volume 35, 2014)
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