AJ34130 Sociologie literárního textu

Filozofická fakulta
jaro 2021
Rozsah
Bloková výuka. 15 kr. Ukončení: zk.
Vyučováno online.
Vyučující
doc. Michael Matthew Kaylor, PhD. (přednášející)
Mgr. Tomáš Kačer, Ph.D. (přednášející)
Garance
doc. Michael Matthew Kaylor, PhD.
Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky - Filozofická fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: Tomáš Hanzálek
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky - Filozofická fakulta
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Cíle předmětu
This course will provide an opportunity for students to consider, in greater depth, historical as well as contemporary issues surrounding book production, editorial processes, authorial and publishing strategies, book-sale practices, and library cataloging. It will examine the stages that alter a text as it progresses from first manuscript-draft to published volume, as well as the following: the extrinsic social, political, economic, and practical influences involved in the issuance of works such as Shakespeare's "Hamlet"; the textual dilemmas that surround the editing Hopkins, and others; the history of the role of the editor, particularly of Shakespeare; and the importance of layout in Whitman's "Drum-Taps," which draws into question contemporary movements in hypertext design.
Výstupy z učení
Absolventi kurzu získají hlubší vhled do historických i současných pohledů na proces tvorby literárního artefaktu, editorského procesu, autorských a edičních strategií, výzkumné praxe a oblasti přípravy akademické edice.
Osnova
  • Session 1: Extrinsic elements of book editing. Read: Pierre Bourdieu, The Rules of Art (Maldon, MA: Polity Press, 1996), pp. 1-46 (“Prologue”); pp. 47-173 (“Part I”); watch the film Genius (2016), dir. M. Grandage.
  • Session 2: History of editing, Shakespearan textology. Read the following: John Jowett, Shakespeare and Text, Oxford Shakespeare Topics series (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007); Ann Thompson and Neil Taylor, edited, William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, The Arden Shakespeare, Third Series, pp. 74-94 (“The Composition of Hamlet”); Optional: ibid., pp. 139-164 (“1.1” of Hamlet Q2 (1604-5)); Ann Thompson and Neil Taylor, edited, William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the Texts of 1603 and 1623, The Arden Shakespeare, Third Series, pp. 1-12 (“The relationship of this volume to the Arden Hamlet”); Optional: ibid., pp. 41-53 (“Scene 1” of Hamlet Q1 (1603)); pp. 173-185 (“1.1” of Hamlet F1 (1623)); Recommended: Bruce R. Smith, editor, The Cambridge Guide to the World of Shakespeare, vol. 1 (Cambridge: CUP 2016), pp. 323-373 (“Printing, Publishing, Textuality”).
  • Session 3: Walt Whitman’s “Drum-Taps” and challenges of digital editions. Read the following: Harold W. Blodgett and Sculley Bradley, edited, Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass (Comprehensive Reader’s Edition) (New York: New York University Press, 1965), pp. xxvii-liii (“Introduction”); 279-327 (“Drum-Taps”); Ed Folsom, “Appearing in Print: Illustrations of the Self in Leaves of Grass,” in Ezra Greenspan, edited, The Cambridge Companion to Walt Whitman (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 135-165; Kenneth M. Price, “Electronic Scholarly Editions,” Chapter 24 in A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, edited by Susan Schreibman and Ray Siemens (Oxford: Blackwell, 2008)
  • Session 4: Student Presentations. These presentations will be based on commissioned papers.
Literatura
    povinná literatura
  • Elizabeth Cook, John Keats (in the Oxford Authors series) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990), pp. xvii-xxxvi (“Introduction”); 252-264 (“The Eve of St. Agnes”); 273-274 (“La belle dame sans merci”); 544-556 (Appendices I & II, Variants of the poems)
  • Kenneth M. Price, “Electronic Scholarly Editions,” in Susan Schreibman and Ray Siemens, edited, A Companion to Digital Literary Studies (Oxford: Blackwell, 2008)
  • William Shakespeare, Hamlet: The Texts of 1603 and 1623, edited by Ann Tompson and Neil Taylor (in the Arden 3 Series) (London: Thomson Learning, 2006). From the Introduction, pp. xi-xv, 1-12
  • Ed Folsom, “Appearing in Print: Illustrations of the Self in Leaves of Grass,” in Ezra Greenspan, edited, The Cambridge Companion to Walt Whitman (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 135-165
  • Shakespeare and text. Edited by John Jowett. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. 229 p. ISBN 0199217076. info
  • BOURDIEU, Pierre. The rules of art : genesis and structure of the literary field. Translated by Susan Emanuel. First published. Cambridge: Polity, 1996. xviii, 410. ISBN 9780745611525. info
    doporučená literatura
  • Marcus Walsh, Shakespeare, Milton and Eighteenth-Century Literary Editing: The Beginnings of Interpretative Scholarship (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)
  • Jack Stillinger, Reading “The Eve of St. Agnes”: The Multiples of Complex Literary Transaction (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 3-33
  • Gary Taylor, “The Tragedy of Macbeth: A Genetic Text,” in Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture, general editors Gary Taylor and John Lavagnino (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 690-703
  • Jack Stillinger, “American Novels, Authors, Agents, Editors, Publishers”, Chapter 7 of Multiple Authorship and the Myth of Solitary Genius (Oxford: OUP, 1991), pp. 139-162
  • Fredson Bowers, “Principle and Practice in the Editing of Early Dramatic Texts”, in Textual & Literary Criticism (Cambridge: CUP, 1966), pp. 117-150
  • Harold W. Blodgett and Sculley Bradley, edited, Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass (Comprehensive Reader’s Edition) (New York: New York University Press, 1965), pp. xxvii-liii (“Introduction”); 279-327 (“Drum-Taps”)
  • W. W. Greg, The Editorial Problem in Shakespeare: A Survey of the Foundations of the Text, 3rd edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1954), “Prolegomena” (pp. vii-lv)
  • Gary Taylor, “Preface: Textual Proximities,” in Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture, general editors Gary Taylor and John Lavagnino (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 24-28
  • Lois Potter, “Editing Desdemona,” in Ann Thompson and Gordon McMullan, edited, In Arden: Editing Shakespeare (in The Arden Shakespeare series) (London: Thomson Learning, 2003), pp. 81-94
Výukové metody
Seminar work, student presentations, conference paper on an approved topic.
Metody hodnocení
Marks will be based on the student's preparation for and participation in the seminars, as well as for composing and delivering a conference paper on an approved topic. As is consistent with Doctoral level studies, in terms of the final mark, emphasis will be placed on precision, knowledge base, and originality of thought.
Vyučovací jazyk
Angličtina
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