[Humanist] 31.194 pubs: Scholarly Editing 2017

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 194.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2017 13:23:45 -0500
        From: Nicole Gray <nicole.h.gray at gmail.com>
        Subject: 2017 Scholarly Editing Issue Publication

Dear all,

I am pleased to announce the publication of the newest issue of Scholarly
Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing (vol. 38,
2017) online at www.scholarlyediting.org . Scholarly Editing publishes
peer-reviewed editions of primary source materials as well as articles and
reviews about scholarly editing. This year’s issue features editions of an
early Anglo-Norman work on the seven deadly sins; one of H. G. Wells’s
books about game play with miniature soldiers; a collection of letters sent
to Mark Twain as an April Fool’s Day joke; and a nineteenth-century
British periodical playscript, by Malcolm Rymer, titled Science and Art.  
Please see below for the full table of contents for the 2017 issue.

Best regards,

Nicole Gray (ngray2 at unl.edu)

2017 Issue Editor, Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association forDocumentary Editing

CONTENTS for VOLUME 38, 2017

- Introduction to Volume 38 of Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the
Association for Documentary Editing
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/essays/essay.v38intro.html  by Nicole
Gray (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)


- “The Effects of the Seven Sins”: A Critical Edition
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/editions/sevensins/intro.html  edited
by Krista A. Murchison (Leiden University)
- Little Wars, by H. G. Wells
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/editions/littlewars/intro.html  edited
by Nigel Lepianka (Texas A&M University) and Deanna Stover (Texas A&M
- Mark Twain: April Fool, 1884
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/editions/aprilfools/intro.html  edited
by Leslie Myrick (Mark Twain Project, University of California, Berkeley)
and Christopher Ohge (Mark Twain Project, University of California,
- Science and Art, a Farce, in Two Acts, by Malcolm Rymer
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/editions/scienceart/intro.html  edited
by Rebecca Nesvet (University of Wisconsin, Green Bay)


- “Try Simply to Tell”: Translation, Censorship, and Erich Maria
Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/essays/essay.eilefson.html  by Sarah
Eilefson (Loyola University Chicago)
- The Composing, Editing, and Publication of Willa Cather’s Obscure
Destinies Stories
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/essays/essay.homestead.html  by
Melissa J. Homestead (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)
- Multiple Authorship and Intermedia Revision: An Editorial Approach to
Pedro Homem de Mello's Poems Adapted to Fado
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/essays/essay.pereira.html  by Elsa
Pereira (CLUL - Centro de Linguística da Universidade de Lisboa, Fundação
para a Ciência e a Tecnologia)
- Presidential Address, Association for Documentary Editing Annual
Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2016: George Washington’s Boyhood Book:
Lost, Found, and Lost Again
by Theodore J. Crackel (President, Association for Documentary Editing)


- St. George Tucker’s Law Reports and Selected Papers 1782-1825.
Edited by Charles F. Hobson, with Joan S. Lovelace, Managing Editor. Chapel
Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of
Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, VA, 2013.
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/reviews/review.konig.html  by David
Thomas Konig (Washington University in St. Louis)
- Big Digital Humanities: Imagining a Meeting Place for the Humanities
and the Digital. Patrik Svensson. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan
Press, 2016.
http://scholarlyediting.org/2017/reviews/review.rittenhouse.html  by
Brad Rittenhouse (University of Miami)

- Recent Editions
by Ellen C. Hickman (Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series)

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