Martha Nell Smith's Recent Invited Lectures, Among Other News

November 18, 2014

Continue on to learn about Martha Nell Smith's four invited lectures, among other news.

Martha Nell Smith has been invited to speak at the following lectures:

“Emily Dickinson Has Always Been Read in Translation,” Fudan University, Shanghai, China, November 22, 2014. Keynote address for Emily Dickinson in China Conference.

"Titanic Operas: American Women Poets and Dickinson's Legacy," Fudan University and Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China, November 24, 2014

“Manuscripts, Print, Digital: Reading Emily Dickinson in Translation,” AK Smith Visiting Scholar, Trinity College, Hartford, CT, November 6, 2014

“Visibility, Exclusion, and Futures of Digital Humanities: Time for a Thaw,” Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western University, October 23, 2014

She has also been invited to the TEI Markup Workshop and Project Management Seminar, Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Kelvin Smith Library, and English Department, Case Western University, October 24-25, 2014.

Her article, “Frozen Social Relations and Time for a Thaw: Visibilities, Exclusions, and Considerations for Postcolonial Digital Archives,” is now available in the Journal of Victorian Culture 19.3 (2014), 403-410.