2013 International Conference - College Park, MD/Washington, D.C., USA


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AND ABSTRACTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE!

You can also access a print version of the registration page HERE.
For information on accommodations, click HERE

**WAITING LIST FOR WILLARD TEA**
Reservations for the Willard Hotel's High Tea on Sunday, August 11 from 3:15-5:00 have reached the maximum number for the room; however, we will try to accommodate as many as possible for this delightful "extra" in the hotel in which Emily stayed in 1855. If you have not already made your reservation (by sending your check) and you wish to go, please contact Eleanor Heginbotham to add your name, email address, and cell phone number to the waiting list: Eleanor Heginbotham; heginbotham@csp.edu.



To celebrate the 25th anniversary of EDIS, on August 8th-11th, 2013, the University of Maryland will host the next international conference in the Washington, DC area. The theme is “Emily Dickinson, World Citizen.” For the CFP inviting papers, panel sessions, performances, pecha kucha, and other kinds of innovative presentations, click HERE.

2014 Award Announcements

2014 MLA CFP

New Dickinson Daguerreotype Discovered?


In her "Emily Rocks" presentation on Aug 3rd, Martha Nell Smith showed the new daguerreotype of a woman who may well be Emily Dickinson.

Since then, three important articles about the image have appeared. Check out Amherst College Special Collections-- https://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/holdings/edickinson/new_daguerreotype. Also check out the Emily Dickinson Museum-- http://www.emilydickinsonmuseum.org/new_daguerreotype, and the Dickinson Electronic Archives-- http://www.emilydickinson.org/1859daguerreotype.html.


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As the collector who found the daguerreotype has stated, Amherst College Special Collections--Margaret Dakin and Mike Kelly--deserve special recognition here. Without them, Smith's research on this image would not have gone so far, nor would we be having a conversation about it on our Facebook page. Another important early investigator is Polly Longsworth. Jane Wald of the Emily Dickinson Museum continues to provide invaluable assistance in researching this image. EDIS members might be interested to know that the Dickinson Electronic Archives will open a more extensive exhibition about the image by the end of August. In that, we want to make our exchanges about this image truly collaborative, acknowledging the work of our Amherst friends who have worked so hard with the collector when he brought the image to them in 2007. Smith delved into her own research on this image in 2009, and all of these avenues intersect and complement one another. Parallactic analyses will prove crucial here--working together, we stand a good chance of building important knowledge about this collector's find. We'll broadcast it when the Dickinson Electronic Archives exhibition space is up and available for commentary. And remember the three great resources already available, each of which will undoubtedly expand.

2012 Annual Meeting - Cleveland, Ohio

August 3-5, Cleveland, Ohio, on the Case Western
Reserve University campus, in historically and culturally rich
University Circle

Theme: Emily Rocks

Dee Perry Interviews Emily Rockers Gary Stonum, Kevin Dettmar, and Martha Nell Smith. WCPN 90.3 Ohio Public Radio. Ideastream. “All day brain food.”
http://www.ideastream.org/an/entry/48176

Click here to access complete 2012 Annual Meeting information.

Want to order a rockin' tshirt?

http://www.zazzle.com/emilyrocks2012

All proceeds benefit EDIS.

Featured events and speakers: Kevin J. Dettmar, Martha Nell Smith, Gwen Mayer; a visit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

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