The UNABRIDGED Dilworth biography of David Jones is now available online. This is the full version of the text that Prof. Thomas Dilworth had hoped originally to publish but had to cut down. Now available as an online resource via the University of Windsor (Canada) here: https://windsor.scholarsportal.info/.../catalog/book/204
The Nordic Journal of English Studies will publish a special issue on David Jones's The Grail Mass and is looking for contributions. See details below:
To register, fill out the Google Form here:
Blackfriars Cambridge will be hosting a free exhibition of its collection of artworks by David Jones and other artists. Titled Minor Prophets -- David Jones and Contemporary Art at Blackfriars, Cambridge, the exhibition will run from Friday 24th September to Sunday 3rd October 2021 at the Blackfriars Priory, Buckingham Rd, Cambridge, CB3 0DD.
On Friday 24th September at 7 pm, Fr. Dominic White and Sr. Rose Rolling will give a lecture on "David Jones and Blackfriars"
On Wednesday 29th September at 7pm, Dr. Elizabeth Powell will give a lecture titled "The Maker’s Journey: A Study of David Jones’s Wood-Engravings for ‘The Book of Jonah‘"
See the Blackfriars website for more information: http://www.blackfriarscambridge.org.uk/2021/07/19/art-exhibition-minor-prophets-david-jones-and-contemporary-art-at-blackfriars-cambridge/
Join the David Jones Research Center next Friday, 9 July at 2 pm UK local time (9 am EST) for a live session and Q&A on the David Jones Digital Archive. This is the closing session of a week-long virtual workshop co-hosted with the National Library of Wales to make a digital edition of David Jones's The Book of Balaam's Ass, the manuscripts for which are held at the National Library.
For more information and registration, see their website: www.davidjonesresearch.org/qa-10-july
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There will be a live Q&A and "Archive Switch-on" (via Zoom) tomorrow 25 June, at 2 pm UK time for the new digital edition of the David Jones-Jim Ede Correspondence at the Kettle's Yard Museum, Cambridge. For more info and free registration, see: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digitising-the-david-jonesjim-ede-correspondence-using-tei-tickets-155931648759
We are pleased to announce that the David Jones Digital Archive (under the auspices of the David Jones Research Center) will be co-hosting a virtual workshop on the TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) with the National Library of Wales this coming July 5-9, 2021. Made possible by a grant from the SPIRE scheme at the University of Bergen (Norway), a team of digital humanities experts and Jones scholars will work with 15 participants to learn the basics of the TEI with the focused task of creating a digital edition of Jones’s poetic work 'The Book of Balaam’s Ass' (see the National Library of Wales catalogue entry here: archives.library.wales/index.php/book-of-balaams-ass)
For more information and application submission (due 9 June), see the David Jones Research Center website: https://www.davidjonesresearch.org/workshop-application
Artist Rory Young has engraved David Jones's painted inscription "Syng Hevin Imperiall" in limestone and black, gold and purple paint (see attached photo). Asking around £4000. For more information write to firstname.lastname@example.org to be put in touch with the artist directly.
Registration open for "Mapping the Artist's Mind: The Grail Mass, Modernism and Inscription," a virtual two-day seminar hosted by the David Jones Research Center (via Zoom) on 29 &30 July 2021. See the poster below for program details. To register, follow this link to the DJRC website: www.davidjonesresearch.org/2021-seminar
A version of Paul Hills' virtual keynote, "David Jones: Artist in the Shadow of the Great War" delivered 14 March, 2021 for the David Jones Research Center is now available on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/527501457