Episodes
Barbara Cooke delivers the closing remarks to “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Douglas Lane Patey from Smith College delivers a talk titled “To Hell and Back: Editing Waugh’s Ninety-Two Days.” This talk was included in the session titled “The Rothschild Collection.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Naomi Milthorpe delivers a talk titled “From Evelyn: Books as Gifts.” This talk was included in the session titled “The Rothschild Collection.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Barbara Cooke delivers a talk titled “City of Aquatint: Curating Evelyn Waugh’s Oxford.” This talk was included in the session titled “Collections on Show.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
H.R. Woudhuysen from Lincoln College, Oxford, delivers a talk titled “Treasures of a Lifetime’s Collecting.” This talk was included in the session titled “Collections on Show.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Patrick Query and Jonathan Pitcher, co-editors of “Evelyn Waugh Studies,” deliver a talk titled “John Howard Wilson and the Evelyn Waugh Society.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Lewis MacLeod from Trent University delivers a talk titled “‘Round the Cultural Water Wheel’: On ‘Brideshead Revisited,’ Scholarship, Criticism, and Good Taste.” This talk was included in the session titled “Edited Collections.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Ann Pasternak Slater from St. Anne’s College, Oxford, delivers a talk titled “Visions and Revisions: What Can the Editing of Waugh’s Texts Tell Us?” Response by Kathleen Donegan from University of California, Berkeley. This talk was included in the session titled “Edited Collections.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/07/17
Donat Gallagher from James Cook University delivers a talk titled “Happy Surprises: The Novel as Art, as Revealed in Evelyn Waugh’s Reviews 1928-1931.” This talk was included in the session titled “Waugh Recommends.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17
Robert Murray Davis from University of Oklahoma delivers a talk titled “Waugh and the Profession.” This talk was included in the session titled “Waugh’s Life in Archives.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17
Robert Murray Davis from University of Oklahoma delivers a talk titled “Waugh and the Profession.” This talk was included in the session titled “Waugh’s Life in Archives.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17
Richard Oram, former associate director of Harry Ransom Center, delivers a talk titled “Whatnots and Whatnot: Evelyn Waugh and Victorian Aesthetics of Ornamentation.” This talk was included in the session titled “Waugh’s Life in Archives.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17
Chip Long from Portland State University delivers remarks for “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17
Steve Hindle from The Huntington welcomes participants and attendees to “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17
Martin Stannard from University of Leicester delivers a talk titled “Editing the Complete Works: Textual Policy.” This talk was included in the session titled “Compiling the Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh.” Part of “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.
Published 05/06/17