Here is a list of papers to be presented by some of our DRN members across the globe this summer…
May 30- June 1st , Chicago. Digital Approaches to Library History conference. Paper entitled: ‘Digitising the Innerpeffray Library Records: A Work in Progress’.
3-6 July. Stirling, UK. British Shakespeare Association conference: Shakespeare: Text, Power Authority. I won’t be giving a paper but am organising the conference – all network members would be very welcome!
10-13 July, Washington D.C. North American Society for the Study of Romanticism conference: Romantic Organisations, paper entitled ‘“The pernicious effects of an improper education”: Fictional representations of domestic education in the Romantic novel’
Danielle Fuller and DeNel Rehberg Sedo
20-22 June. Nottingham. Cultural Crossings: Production, Consumption, and Reception across the Canada-US Border. ‘Reading Beyond the Border’. Joint Keynote.
1-4 July, Tampere, Finland. Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference.
“What role has reading played in your life?”: Affect and the Reading Lives App.
17-21 September. Antwerp. SHARP. ‘Reading Lives, Reading Value’ as part of DF-organized panel
Neither Sacred Nor Profane: Negotiating the value of books and reading in the 21c.
Reading Digital Fiction Project (Alice Bell)
24 June, Nottingham. ‘The Reader in Stylistics’ Conference.
Exploring Methodologies for Studying Readers of Digital-born Fiction
Astrid Ensslin (Bangor), Alice Bell and Jen Smith (Sheffield Hallam)
Daniel Allington (with Anna Jordanous, King’s College London, and Byron Dueck, Open University)
July, 2014, Maribor, Poetics and Linguistics Conference. ‘Evaluative lexis on the SoundCloud website: a question of genre, geography, and social relations.’
17-21 September, Antwerp. SHARP. ‘Book Worship: The Business of Picturebook Publishing in America 1960-2000.’
17 June, Brunel University, UK, Researching the Arts Conference.
‘Technobiophilia: stories of nature in the wired world’.
24 June, Nottingham. The Reader in Stylistics Conference. ‘Reading the Kindle’s (Non-)Readers.’
17-21 September, Antwerp. SHARP. ‘Twitter as a New Site of Worship.’
21-25 July, Turin, Italy, International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media Conference.
Highlights and Lowlights: Tracking Reader Responses Online.