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Donald H. Reiman, Program Chair, Society for Textual Scholarship, sends us the following announcement:

The Society for Textual Scholarship will hold its third biennial International Conference in New York City, at the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, 33 West 42nd Street, and across the street at The New York Public Library, from Thursday, 25 April, through Saturday, 27 April 1985.

The theme of the 1985 Conference of STS will be “The Limits of Pluralism and the Limits of Uniformity in Bibliography and Editing.” This title grows out of the valuable interchanges among scholars from various disciplines at past Conferences, which have convinced most of us who attended that the general rules now in effect—or even those now being debated—within our individual specialities seem too narrow to be prescribed for other disciplines.

Those scholars who are members of teams that are engaged in major editorial and bibliographical projects may be interested in a new feature of the biennial STS Conferences. Beginning in 1985, the STS will accept requests from the chairpersons of such editorial teams to hold meetings of the members of the team and other interested individuals.

Anyone wishing to propose a paper (by means of a two- or three-page outline or abstract), to arrange for an editorial or bibliographical team meeting, or to be placed on the mailing list for further announcements should write to:
Dr. Donald H. Reiman
Program Chair, Society for Textual Scholarship
The Carl H. Pforzheimer Library
41 East 42nd Street (Room 815)
New York, NY 10017 (U.S.A.)

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