Department of English

TILTS Academics Panel

Thu, February 28, 2013 | Prothro Theater, HRC

7:00 PM

TILTS Academics Panel

Thursday, February 28th: Prothro Theater, Ransom Center at 7 pm; open to the public (reception to follow).

This panel will focus on the status of the academic monograph and published research, with William Chace, former president of Wesleyan University and Emory University, Elaine Treharne, professor of English at Stanford University, and Eric Rasmussen, rare book collector and editor of the RSC Shakespeare editions. Douglas Bruster, University of Texas at Austin professor of English, will serve as moderator for the Academics.  The discussion will cover how e-publishing impacts research, reading, and teaching, and will zero in on whether the published book will likely remain the standard for tenure and promotion.
William Chace, former president of Wesleyan and Emory Universities
Eric Rasmussen, RSC and Internet Shakespeare editor
Elaine Treharne, medievalist at Stanford University
Douglas Bruster, UT Professor, Department of English
For more information, see The Fate of the Book.



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