26 March 2011 - Editing Donne

On 26 March 2011, we hosted the first of three AHRC-funded OESJD events: Editing Donne. The conference respondent was Claire Preston (Cambridge), and other speakers included: Peter McCullough (Oxford); David Colclough (Queen Mary); Katrin Ettenhuber (Cambridge); Erica Longfellow (Kingston); Mary Ann Lund (Leicester); Mary Morrissey (Reading); Emma Rhatigan (Sheffield); Hugh Adlington (Birmingham); Philip West (Oxford); Sebastiaan Verweij (Oxford). 


Paper titles are as follows. The full conference programme can be downloaded by clicking here.

  • Erica Longfellow: ‘Donne’s Christening Sermons’
  • Mary Ann Lund: ‘Donne’s Psalm 32 Sermon Series’
  • Sebastiaan Verweij:  ‘Donne’s Sermons in Print, and “the Eye of any deliberate Reader”’
  • Peter McCullough: ‘“As close as possible to the text as preached”’: Establishing Copy for the 1617 Sermon before Queen Anne’
  • Mary Morrissey: ‘Copytexts in Manuscript and Print: the Reader’s Experience in the New Oxford Edition’
  • Emma Rhatigan: ‘Donne’s King Lear: the Two Texts of the Valediction Sermon’
  • Philip West: ‘Preaching for the Earl of Carlisle: Texts and Contexts’
  • Hugh Adlington: ‘“avoiding all miscitings”: Donne’s Habits of Quotation’
  • Katrin Ettenhuber: ‘“To come to a lower rank of witnesses”: Donne, Scholasticism, and the Politics of Mis-citation’
  • David Colclough: ‘Crouching Doctor, Hidden Poet: Martial Arts in Donne’s Sermon on Isaiah 32:8’



Editing Donne