32nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Documentary Editing-JSPP Guys Will be There

The 32nd Meeting of the ADE will be in Philadelphia, PA this year at the Hilton Garden Inn, October 15-17, 2010. And, take note, the 2011 meeting will be in Salt Lake City (Oct. 20-22).

The program is a good one this year and Ron Esplin, Robin Jensen and Mark Ashurst-McGee will be presenting on the JSPP:

Friday, October 15
**Unless otherwise stated, all events will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn** 
11:00
Meeting Registration 
11:00-1:00
American Philosophical Society Tour (optional) 
1:00-2:30
Challenges and Opportunities in Editing Walt 
Whitman’s Civil War Correspondence
 
(Elizabeth Lorang, Vanessa Steinroetter and Kathryn Kruger presenting)
 
2:30 – 3:45 
150 Years of Documenting US Foreign Policy: the “Foreign Relations of the United States” series and the Challenges of Documentary Editing in the 21st Century. Three historians from the US State department present on the issues.

3:45 – 4:00 
Break
 
Cookies, brownies, fruit smoothies, and assorted beverages available (who are these guys? a bunch of Mormons? ;))

4:00 – 5:00  ADE Business Meeting

5:30-7:00 American Philosophical Society Tour (Optional)

6:00-7:30 Reception: APS

Saturday, October 16, 2010
7:30-9:00
ADE Breakfast, Hilton Garden Inn

9:15 – 11:00 
Working with Music Sources (This would be a cool one for me, since the problems are rather similar to sermon editing in many cases.)

Sabra Statham, Ronald Broude and Jeffery Kallberg presenting.
 
11:00 –11:15 Break 

11:15-12:30 (Here you go!)

Inside the Joseph Smith Papers: Problematic Documents, Textual Solutions, and Contextual Annotation
 
Moderator: Barbara B. Oberg (Papers of Thomas Jefferson)

Ronald K. Esplin, Joseph Smith Papers Project, “The 
Variety and Challenge of Joseph Smith’s Papers”

Robin Scott Jenen, JSPP, “Complexities of Editing Scripture in Documentary Editions”

Mark Ashurst-McGee, JSPP, “Strategies for Comprehensive Routine Annotation”
 
12:30 – 2:30  Lunch On Your Own (there are a lot of cool places to eat)

The following afternoon sessions are at the Library Company

2:30 – 4:00 
Roundtable discussion: New Approaches to Educating 
Editors

Participants:  Peter Wosh (Archives and Public History 
Program, NYU), Esther Katz (Margaret Sanger Papers, NYU), Charlene Bickford (First Federal Congress Project, GWU), Beth Luey (Adams Papers, MHi)

4:00- 4:15 Break

4:15-5:30 “Listening through the Keyhole”: Examining Women’s Lives through Non-Epistolary Evidence.

Moderator: Beth Luey

Holly C. Shulman, Dolley Madison Digital Edition

Constance Shulz, Eliza/Harriott Pickney (Horry) Digital Edition

Laura Mandell, The Poetess Archive

Kaye Whitehead, Diaries of Emile Davis (a 19th cent. freeborn black woman)
 
6:00-8:00 Reception, Hilton Garden Inn
 
7:00-9:00 Banquet and Presidential Address

Sunday, October 17, 2010

8:00-8:45 ADE Council Meeting (NEH, NHPRC)

8:30-9:00 Breakfast

9:00-10:15 New Perspectives on O’odham History: The O’odham Pee Posh Documentary History

Dale Brenneman, Jose Alvarez, Ignacio Martinez, Rodrigo Renteria-Valencia, Monica Young, presenting

10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-11:45 Moving to the Center: Editing Native American Documents

John Fierst, John Nichols, Paul Grant-Costa presenting.

If you’d like a registration form, I can email you one. Students, $25, Non-students: $45 (before Sept. 10). Deadline Sept. 22. The breakfasts and banquets have a separate fee. Make your hotel reservations directly at Hilton. Special rates apply before Sept. 22.

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2 Responses to 32nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Documentary Editing-JSPP Guys Will be There

  1. ricke says:

    Are you going to go?

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