The UCHRI co-sponsored, with the Department of English at the University of California at Irvine, a conference examining annotation in diverse disciplines, including theology, law, history, literature and art. Revised versions of most of the papers, together with a paper by Peter W. Cosgrove, was published as Annotation and Its Texts. Edited by Stephen A. Barney. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Friday, April 8, 1988
Traugott Lawler (English, Yale University)
"Medieval Annotation: The Example of the Commentaries on Walter Map's Letter of Valerius"
Anne Middleton (English, UC Berkeley)
"Crux-busting and/as Criticism"
John Alford(English, Michigan State
Saturday, April 9, 1988
Anthony Grafton(History, Princeton University)
"The Armchair Politician: Gabriel Harvey in the Margins of Livy"
Thomas Toon(Linguistics, University of
"Drypoint Annotations in Early English Manuscripts: Understanding Texts and Contexts"
Stephen Nichols (French, University of
"On the Sociology of Manuscript Annotation: Marginalia, Rubric, Illumination"
Sunday, April 10, 1988
Thomas McFarland (English, Princeton
"The Myth of Annotation"
James A. Nohrberg (English, University of
"Justifying Narrative: Commentary within Biblical Storytelling"
Jacques Derrida (French and Comparative Literature, UC Irvine)
Ralph Hanna (English, UC Riverside)
Laurent Mayali (Rhetoric, UC Berkeley)