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The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing: a global network for book historians working in a broad range of scholarly disciplines.
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Jonathan Senchyne Aug 6
My book talk last week is now up on youtube!
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WomensBookHistory Aug 6
This morning is an 18th century anti-racism teach-in organized by with , Shelby Johnson, and . Our featured speaker is and it's going to be 🔥🔥🔥
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SHARP Aug 6
We cannot wait to read the published version of this thesis.
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SHARP Aug 6
Of course one of our SHARPists would have such a credible bookcase 👀📚 Do remember the deadline for the Bookshelves in the Age of the COVID-19 Pandemic conference is 1st September: Surely there's a panel on 's bookshelves in the making...
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SHARP Aug 6
Replying to @IAmDylanLewis
We always suspected but this is the evidence that we all need and deserve.
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Dylan Lewis Aug 5
Replying to @SHARPorg
Further proof that cats are bibliographers, !
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Dylan Lewis Aug 5
Was doing a book photoshoot for my antiquarian editions (I’ll annoy you all with photos later) and Zuzu wanted to join, so I also photographed her with her “Mousematics” book.
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SHARP Aug 5
Hooray and well done to our VP, Will!
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SHARP Aug 5
Replying to @abtapl
Excellent gif choice.
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ABTAPL Aug 5
The history of European theology libraries in the 20th century and beyond: 50th anniversary volume for Bibliotheques Europeennes de Theologie. deadline extended to 1 September 2020.
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SHARP News Aug 5
We want to celebrate your achievements with you! If you have something you'd like to share with the community, send us a message or DM and let us know. We'll brag about you to our followers. Shameless self-promotion always encouraged.
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Laura Helton Aug 4
Join , , Melanie Chambliss, Janet Sims-Wood & me on 8/20 for webinar "Black Bibliography: Dorothy Porter's 'Early American Negro Writings' at 75." We'll discuss Porter's work to reimagine libraries & what it means today!
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Citizen Wald Aug 4
Very pleased to note that prize-winner is, along w , Marjorie Lehman, & , part of the team (), which presented its research at the conference in Amherst last summer
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Kinohi Nishikawa Aug 3
Grateful to for this conversation about Black authors’ negotiations over dust jackets, typography, and other elements of book design. It honed my sense that Black authorship ought to be defined capaciously, involving promotion and production, not just writing.
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Kaja Marczewska Aug 4
and all you lot - this might be of interest, lots of great new work on infrastructures of reading (and you should really subscribe to if you haven't already!).
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Kaja Marczewska Aug 4
A new issue of the excellent is out. Delighted to have my piece on bookmobiles and the small press included. Many thanks ! It's been such a joy working on this together. Also, the cover 😍😍😍
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Andie Silva Aug 3
🚨Deadline is today!🚨 Individual proposals and full panels/roundtables welcome
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Arthur der Weduwen Aug 1
Delighted to announce that the text of "The Library: A Fragile History" (from Alexandria to Google), co-authored with , is now away to the publisher. It should be out September 2021.
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Simon Burrows Aug 1
- VF announce book prizes for best tweets on responding to or helping answer ‘Has the rise of DH been a boon or barrier to 18C studies?’ Deadline: midnight Anywhere on Earth (UTC -12) on 3 Aug 2020. Prizes see next tweet.
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OxUniStEnlightenment Aug 3
For those participating in on twitter today, has made available a discount code for 25% off purchase price. Code is DIGITIZING25 and may be applied on orders placed by 31 August here.
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