British literature of the long eighteenth century; book history and print culture; archival studies; digital humanities; epistolarity.
Aboriginal literature, Canadian literature, Comparative literature, Digital Humanities, Archival studies, Science and literature.
This paper links the medieval and early modern production of parchment and paper with modern electronics manufacturing, in order to examine some of the occluded ecological and political dimensions of archival study.
I am the Librarian for Digital Collections and Scholarship at UCLA’s Digital Library Program interested in digital libraries; digital and analog approaches to bibliography, book history, and archival studies; digital scholarly editing; and translation.
Name: Reveille Isgrig B.A. English Literature Visitor Services Representative- Arkansas Arts Center; Receptionist- MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History Current Program: M.A. Modern Art History, Theory and Critcism– Azusa Pacific University Interests: Visual Culture, Feminist Studies, Psychological Effects of the Industrial Revolution, Romantic and Modern Literature, Archival Studies Currently Researching: American Bond and Support Posters […]
Irish Studies, Irish Literature, Archive Studies, Literature in English, Performance Studies, Post-Colonial Studies, Hybridity, Native American Literature, Library ScienceCurrent MA/MLS candidate at NYU-Irish Studies & LIU-Palmer Library Science
MFA-Fiction (The New School ’08), MA-Humanities & Social Thought (NYU ’10)
Laura E. Helton is Assistant Professor of Print and Material Culture in the Department of English at the University of Delaware. Her work on African American print culture, archival studies, and public humanities has appeared or is forthcoming in PMLA, Social Text, and Southern Quarterly. Her current book project, “Collecting and Collectivity: Black Archival Publics, 1900-1950,” examines the emergence of African American archives and libraries to show how historical recuperation shaped forms of racial imagination in the early twentieth century.
Professor Maryanne Dever is joint Editor-in-Chief (with Lisa Adkins) of the journal Australian Feminist Studies (Routledge/Taylor & Francis). She is an Associate Dean in Arts & Social Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney. She was previously Director of the Centre for Women’s Studies & Gender Research at Monash University and President of the Australian Women’s & Gender Studies Association (AWGSA). She has held posts at the University of Sydney and the University of Hong Kong, as well as visiting posts at McGill University, University College London and the University of Tampere. Her research interests encompass feminist literary & cultural studies and critical archival studies. Her current research is on the status of archived paper with the advent of digital technologies. This will appear in the book Paper, Materiality and the Archived Page (forthcoming 2019). She co-edited a special issue of Archives and Manuscripts on ‘Literary Archives, Materiality and the Digital’ (2014) and one on ‘Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research’ for Australian Feminist Studies (2017) which has since appeared as an edited book with Routledge.
I am a converted Londoner, originally from Brazil. After working a few years in Sao Paulo as an architect and graphic designer, I came to the UK to pursue a master’s in Library Science. Having received my degree from City, University of London, I am currently working with cataloguing and digitisation of special items, such as pamphlets and posters, from the incredible archives of the Marx Memorial Library. I love all aspects of research work. My main interests at the moment: archive studies, library and archive history, digital archives, Spanish civil war. History, social history, and philosophy are passions that leave traces on everything I write and do. I am currently reading: a history of lighthouses, a global history of work, and a collection of British classic ghost stories
Film Studies, Cultural Studies, Media Archaeology,Ephemerality, Vulnerability, Poststructuralism, New Media,Archival Studies, Animals and Animality, Fan Communities,Pornography Studies, Gay Pornography, New Queer Cinema,Feminist film theory, American Studies, Contemporary Cinema, Television Studies, and Ethnography