AOR Dissemination and Publications

CONFERENCE PAPERS, PANELS, ROUNDTABLES, & INVITED LECTURES


Forthcoming

Christopher Geekie, Anthony Grafton, and Earle Havens, launch symposium for AOR Phase 1, sponsored by the Charles S. Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Europe, and co-sponsored by the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute, Johns Hopkins University, November 2016

Jaap Geraerts, Anthony Grafton, Earle Havens, and Matthew Symonds presentations, Marginalia in the Early Modern World II symposium, Princeton University, February 2017

Jaap Geraerts, Anthony Grafton, Earle Havens, and Matthew Symonds, “Reading John Dee’s Marginalia: Expanding the Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe” roundtable, Renaissance Society of America conference, Chicago, March 2017


2016

John Abrahams, Sayeed Choudhury, and Mark Patton, “The Archaeology of Reading: An Implementation of the IIIF Protocol” demonstration, International Digital Curation Conference, Amsterdam, February 2016

Jaap Geraerts, Anthony Grafton, Earle Havens, and Matthew Symonds, Marginalia in the Early Modern World symposium, Princeton University, February 2016

Christopher Geekie, Jaap Geraerts, Anthony Grafton, Earle Havens, William Sherman, and Matthew Symonds, “Discovering the Archaeology of Reading” roundtable, Renaissance Society of America conference, Boston, March 2016

Anthony Grafton and Earle Havens, “Annotated Books: Discovering the Reader in Library Collections” panels, Renaissance Society of America conference, Boston, March 2016

Christopher Geekie and Earle Havens, “Reading Antiquity: Livy, Gabriel Harvey, and the Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe,” Antiquities and Its Uses “Reception and Renewal Conference,” a collaboration between the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, and the Charles S. Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, April 2016

Christopher Geekie and Earle Havens, “The Archaeology of Reading: A Journée d’études” presentation, Digital Materialism/Digital Humanism “Digital Controversy” conference, a collaboration with the Sorbonne Universités, and Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, April 2016

Earle Havens, “Reading Gabriel Harvey Reading His Livy: Interpreting Marginalia in a Digital Research Environment” presentation, Antiquities and Its Uses collaboration between the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, and the Charles S. Singleton Center for the Study of Premodern Europe, Johns Hopkins University, University of Warwick, June 2016

Earle Havens, “Falling Down the Rabbit Hole: Reading Renaissance Marginalia in a Digital Research Environment” presentation, National University of Ireland, Galway, September 2016

Earle Havens and Matthew Symonds, “Epic Marginalia: Preserving Reading Practices in Early Modern Print Culture” presentation, hosted by Archbishop Marsh’s Library and the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, September 2016

Matthew Symonds, “‘Poco y Bueno’: Gabriel Harvey’s Language and other Skills” presentation, Teaching & Learning in Early Modern England conference, University of Cambridge, September 2016

Matthew Symonds, “Archaeologies of Reading: Early Modern Reading Strategies and the Digital Humanities,” Marginal Notes conference, Monash University and the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, September 2016

Jaap Geraerts, Earle Havens, William Sherman, Matthew Symonds, and Arnoud Visser, launch symposium for AOR Phase 1, University College London, October 2016


2015

Sayeed Choudhury, Earle Havens, Mark Patton, Matthew Symonds, “The Future of Early Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age,” Mellon Foundation symposium presentations, University of Toronto, February, 2015

Earle Havens, Lisa Jardine†, Anthony Grafton, Matthew Symonds, Jaap Geraerts, William Sherman, “25 Years of ‘Studied for Action’: Gabriel Harvey and the Archaeology of Reading Digital Project” panel presentation, Renaissance Society of America conference, Berlin, March 2015

Earle Havens and Johann Oosterman, “Annotating the Vernacular and the Arts of Reading” panels, Renaissance Society of America conference, Berlin, March 2015

Matthew Symonds and Jaap Geraerts, “Early Modern Visual Marginalia” presentations, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge, May 2015

Jaap Geraerts, “Annotated Printed Music Books Workshop” presentation, King’s College, London, May 2015

Mark Patton, “IIIF and Metadata Search” presentation, International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) conference, New York, May 2015

Earle Havens, “Annotators, Scribes, and the Hybridity of Manuscript and Print, 1450-1600” presentation, “The Learned Clerk in Late Medieval England” conference, Bates College (Lewiston, ME), July 2015

Earle Havens, “The Archaeology of Reading: Mapping Data in Early Printed Books” presentation, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Digital Humanities Group, Kraków, October 2015

Jaap Geraerts, Earle Havens, and Matthew Symonds, “Digital Roundtable: The Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe,” Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference, Vancouver, October 2015

Earle Havens, “Empires of the Book: Richard Eden, Gabriel Harvey, and the Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe” presentation, John Carter Brown Library, Brown University, Providence, November 2015

Jaap Geraerts and Sayeed Choudhury, “The Archaeology of Infrastructure” presentation, Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) membership conference, Washington, DC, December 2015


2014

Lisa Jardine† and Matthew Symonds, “Matching up the Margins: New Work on Gabriel Harvey’s Marginalia,” Renaissance Society of America conference, New York, March 2014

Jaap Geraerts, Earle Havens, and Matthew Symonds, “The Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe: A New Digital Humanities Initiative at Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University, and University College London,” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Printing (SHARP) conference, Antwerp, September 2014

Matthew Symonds, “What Is the Archaeology of Reading?” presentation, University of Kent, October 2014

Earle Havens, “The Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe: A Digital Humanities Initiative” presentation, Cenacolo (Medieval and Early Modern Studies in Baltimore/Washington DC Area) conference, Baltimore, November 2014

Earle Havens, “Notes in Books, or, When is an Annotated Book an Annotated Book?,” presentation at “Early Annotated Books: An Exploratory Symposium,” UCLA Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies and the William Andrews Clark Library, Los Angeles, December 2014

PUBLICATIONS

The Archaeology of Reading is more than an exercise in resource-building. We will make available here original scholarly research on the history of reading that springs from the work undertaken on this project.

Matthew Symonds & Jaap Geraerts, “XML and the Archaeology of Reading,” in Harriet Phillips and Claire Bryony Williams (eds.), A Handbook of Editing Early Modern Texts (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, forthcoming), in press