Tag Archives: Maryanne Dever

Now out! Paper, Materiality and the Archived Page

New out from Palgrave. The emergence of digital technologies in the realm of archives has enlivened our understandings of archival materialities and lent a new intensity to our engagements with the archived page by prompting us to consider the potential of paper and the page in ways that we have hitherto largely ignored. Paper, Materiality […]

Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research

Now out in book form with Routledge: Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research. In an era when the metaphor of the archive is invoked to cover almost any kind of memory, collection or accumulation, it is important to re-examine what is entailed—politically and methodologically—in the practice of feminist archival research. This question is central […]

Out now! Literary archives, materiality and the digital

The special issue of Archives and Manuscripts edited by Maryanne Dever and Linda Morra (an initiative of the Archive Futures network) is now out.     Vol 42, issue 3 (2014) on the theme of “Literary archives, materiality and the digital”.     TABLE OF CONTENTS Editorial: Literary Archives, Materiality and the Digital Maryanne Dever […]

Public lecture: Feminism’s Archive

Part of the ANU Gender Institute 2014 Public Lecture Series  Feminist Theory Now Presenter: Associate Professor Maryanne Dever Event date:  Wednesday, 24 September 2014 – 5:30pm to 7:00pm Venue: Seminar Room 1 (3.02), Sir Roland Wilson Building (Bld 120), Australian National University, Canberra Abstract: Where is feminism’s archive? The approaches to research that defined feminist […]

Perversions of Paper — Update

      The original call for papers for this event generated such interest that there are now two linked events taking place under the banner of Perversions of Paper.   The first is an invitational workshop on Friday 20 June 2014 and approaches the themes specifically from the perspective of contemporary arts and creative practice. […]