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Anthony Glinoer, ‘Between Archives and Databases. The Archives éditoriales platform.’
Join us online to hear Anthony Glinoer (University of Sherbrooke, Quebec) talking about The Archives éditoriales platform http://archiveseditoriales.net.
This event is free and open to all. To register for the Zoom link, click here.
A presentation of the internet platform Archives éditoriales (http://archiveseditoriales.net) and of the research partnership project of francophone publishers’ archives, which made the platform possible. Amongst the tools made available on the platform (a database of more than a thousand interviews with francophone publishers about their publishing activity, digital exhibitions, a blog, etc.), Anthony will focus on the database of publishers’ archives, addressing the questions of why, how and when publishing houses tend to donate their archives to public institutions.
Anthony Glinoer is a professor at the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec). His work focusses primarily on the history of publishing (Naissance de l’Éditeur with Pascal Durand in 2005), on the study of representations of the literary life (La bohème. Une figure de l’imaginaire social in 2018) and on groups of authors and artists (L’âge des cénacles with Vincent Laisney in 2013). Anthony Glinoer has also led the Socius project, which has produced re-editions of the classics in literary social theory, re-edited or original bibliographies, and a lexicon of concepts (see the open-access site: ressources-socius.info).
(The illustration is a badge from the Prise de Parole publishing house, Sudbury, Archives of the CRCCF, Fonds Paul-François-Sylvestre (P179), M81-14, Ottawa.)