The Dickinson Electronic Archives features Exhibitions of three different types, as well as legacy exhibitions from the DEA 1994-2012 such as that for Titanic Operas:
DISCOVERY EXHIBITIONS such as that for the 1859 Daguerreotype.
FULL-SCALE EXHIBITIONS such as Ravished Slates.
EVOLVING EXHIBITIONS such as Bound a Trouble encouraging a discussion of archives.
A cultural palimpsest of our emotions, desires, opinions, and literary histories, the image of a teenage 'Emily Dickinson' has presided over this international icon. But what if another image crept into our mind's eye, an image that is not solitary, staring out, and a bit fretful, but is that of a bold, assertive woman in her late twenties with her arm around another woman. How might that change our literary history?
Emily Dickinson's Ravished Slates is a scholarly exploration of a group of forty late drafts and fragments hitherto known as the "Lord Letters." In addition to digital surrogates of the documents and accompanying transcriptions, the included essays reveal the history of the editorial representation of the "Lord Letters" and open up new interpretive possibilities based on a reading of material evidence.
A collection of essays and commentaries on recent Dickinson-related digital archives and on the force of the Archive itself. This exhibition solicits responses (written or otherwise) from Dickinson scholars, Archive scholars, archivists, teachers, readers and anyone else curious and invested in the messy body of work we’ve come to know as Emily Dickinson’s.
Appearing originally in the DEA1 and recently updated for the new DEA2, Titanic Operas is a setting for contemporary poets, and their complex, contradictory, always inspiring responses to the nineteenth-century American poet Emily Dickinson.
This revised reissue of the original Writings by Susan Dickinson section of the DEA1 presents the edition in a new interface in order to build upon and extend the original presentation edited by Martha Nell Smith, Laura Elyn Lauth, and Lara Vetter.
A re-presentation of 6 “digital articles” originating from the DEA1. Coordinated by Martha Nell Smith and coproduced by Lara Vetter and Jarom McDonald.