15 episodes

In 2013, Loren and Frances Rothschild donated their Evelyn Waugh archive to The Huntington. Now, their gift is celebrated in a symposium which brings together researchers, editors, and archival practitioners to explore the biographical and disciplinary significance of the new holdings. The symposium is a collaboration between The Huntington, the Evelyn Waugh Society, and the UK-based Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh project. The conference was held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.

Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector The Huntington

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In 2013, Loren and Frances Rothschild donated their Evelyn Waugh archive to The Huntington. Now, their gift is celebrated in a symposium which brings together researchers, editors, and archival practitioners to explore the biographical and disciplinary significance of the new holdings. The symposium is a collaboration between The Huntington, the Evelyn Waugh Society, and the UK-based Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh project. The conference was held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.

    Welcome by Steve Hindle

    Welcome by Steve Hindle

    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.

    • 7 min
    Remarks by Chip Long

    Remarks by Chip Long

    Chip Long from Portland State University delivers remarks for “Evelyn Waugh: Reader, Writer, Collector,” a conference held at The Huntington May 5–6, 2017.

    • 3 min
    Editing the Complete Works: Textual Policy

    Editing the Complete Works: Textual Policy

    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.

    • 42 min
    Whatnots and Whatnot: Evelyn Waugh and Victorian Aesthetics of Ornamentation

    Whatnots and Whatnot: Evelyn Waugh and Victorian Aesthetics of Ornamentation

    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.

    • 42 min
    Waugh and the Profession

    Waugh and the Profession

    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.

    • 27 min
    Waugh as Reviewer: Catholic and Catholic Tastes

    Waugh as Reviewer: Catholic and Catholic Tastes

    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.

    • 35 min

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