Margaret Fuller Society at ALA 2022

Please join the Margaret Fuller Society at ALA this Saturday in Chicago for two terrific panels on the under-appreciated, often invisible, work of women editors:

Saturday, May 28, 10:00-11:20

Session 15-E Breaking the Editorial Ice: The Work of Women Editors (Salon 7)

Organized by the Margaret Fuller Society
Chair: Jana Argersinger, Independent Scholar
1. “Labor-Centered Data Creation: Mary Ann Shadd Cary and Fostering Black Community,” Demetra McBrayer, University of Delaware
2. “Printers’ Devil, Circulation Liar, and the Whole Shebang: Zoe Anderson Norris’s One-Woman Magazine, 1909–1914,” Eve Kahn, historian and journalist

3. “Stubbornness and Sustainability: Why Harriet Monroe’s Poetry Outlasted the Little Magazine Movement,” Windy Counsell Petrie, Azusa Pacific University

4. “The Uses of Great Women: The Revolution and the Canonization of Margaret Fuller,” Todd H. Richardson, Univ. of Texas, Permian Basin

5. Respondent, Susan Tomlinson, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Saturday, May 28, 11:30 AM – 12:50 PM

Session 16-E Making and Using Scholarly Editions of Women Writers (Salon 7)
Organized by the Margaret Fuller Society
Chair: Mollie Barnes, University of South Carolina, Beaufort
1. “Her Great-Grandmother’s Diary: Editing the Diary of Frances (Frank) Rollin (Whipper),” Jennifer Putzi, The College of William & Mary
2. “Editing Margaret Fuller’s Woman in the Nineteenth Century for the Next Generation(s),” Leslie Eckel, Suffolk University
3. “Helen Deese and Daughter of Boston: Editing Caroline Healey Dall’s Diary,” Lydia Willsky-Ciollo, Fairfield University

Looking forward,

Jana Argersinger

First Vice President, Fuller Society