Day conference: Versions, Versioning, and Versionality

Day conference: Versions, Versioning, and Versionality

Versions, Versioning, and Versionality
Saturday, October 31, 2015
Information Commons, 4th Floor
Lake Shore Campus, Loyola University Chicago
8:30 a.m. –5:00 p.m.

This day-conference is about versions as things, versions as implemented editorially or in performance or for particular audiences (versioning), and leads on to theoretical reflection upon the condition of versionality. There will be four plenary papers, each followed by a round-table response reflecting on their possible extensions or implications.

Michael Anesko
Penn State University
The Textual Condition of Henry James’s The Ambassadors: A Revised Scenario

Robin Schulze
University of Delaware
When is a Version Not a Version? Printing Marianne Moore

Joseph Janangelo
Loyola University Chicago
Serving the Material: Remastering Maria Callas and Completing Judy Garland

Suzanne Gossett
Loyola University Chicago
What Do We Mean by “Versions” of Shakespeare’s Plays?

For more information, contact Prof. Paul Eggert at
Presented by the Martin J. Svaglic Endowed Chair in Textual Studies and the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities