Topic: Editions make canons by defining what is worth editing, by whom, and by what methods. We welcome presentations on projects that are disrupting or redirecting editorial content, practices, or media.
- Recovering Indigenous Contributions to the Philosophical Transactions Using SADFC (Semantic Analysis of Digital Forensic Cases) to Revisit Intention, J.P. Ascher (U of Virginia)
- Editing Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Literatures: Intervening in Canons in Print and Digital Anthologies, Sarah Ruffing Robbins (Texas Christian U) , Sofia Prado Huggins (Texas Christian U) and Linda Kay Hughes (Texas Christian U)
- Encoding Homoerotic Legibility in The Picture of Dorian Gray, Filipa Calado (Graduate Center, City U of New York)
- Turning ‘American’ into ‘Jazz’: An Edition of Wanda Coleman’s Collected Sonnets, Lizzy LeRud (Georgia Inst. of Tech.) and Jennifer Ryan-Bryant (Buffalo State C, State U of New York)
Presiding: Amy Earhart (Texas A&M U, College Station)