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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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Greg Barnhisel Aug 21
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Chris Louttit Aug 21
Here's another great opportunity to work with my colleague : a 3-year postdoc on 'European Local Colour Fiction in Transnational Contexts, 1830-1914'. See below for more info!
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Chris Louttit Aug 20
📢Fully-funded PhD position to work with my brilliant colleague ! Would suit candidates with interests in 19th c (illustrated) periodicals, regionalism, transnationalism.
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Dr Katie Bank 🌺 Aug 19
Opinions - what is going on with this music book? Hendrick Ter Brugghen, A Young Woman Tuning a Lute (1626-27, Fitzwilliam Museum)
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Contextual Alternate Aug 15
Call for papers | Print unbound: the making‌/‌unmaking of newspapers and periodicals in Asia. An international conference at the Royal Asiatic Society, London | 10 January 2020. Submission deadline 10 October 2019.
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GameCulturesSociety Aug 9
New from - Playing with the Book: Victorian Movable Picture Books & the Child Reader, by Hannah Field (), . Read an excerpt in :
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Erika Gaffney Aug 8
CFP deadline Sat 8/10 for session The Image of the Book, . How did artistic representations of the book convey meaning during the period of technological transition from manuscript to print? Held in conjunction with the
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Citizen Wald Aug 3
One of our major initiatives in recent years intended to make a true global community is Lingua Franca, which offers English translations of scholarship from around the world Issue 5 involves Ottoman Print Culture
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The People of Print, 1500-1830 Aug 2
To register for our conference, please visit our website:
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Owen Williams Jul 31
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Christopher Adams Jul 30
Good morning Twitter. I'm seeking contact information for the literary estate of author and bookseller Martyn Goff. He was for many years the administrator of . Also: might you have any leads? 🕵️‍♀️🔎
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EUREADIT Jul 28
Deadline closes soon - 12 noon on Wednesday 31 July, please do encourage relevant candidates to apply!
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Citizen Wald Jul 22
The sun has stopped shining, mountains are shrouded in fog: even the landscape is sad that is over and friends old & new have departed
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Jocelyn Hargrave Jul 20
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SHARP 2019 Jul 20
To all who attended & contributed to the effort not only to making this conference a success, but also to building a more vibrant, global, inclusive organization: we thank you, ask you to stay involved with —and wish you a bon voyage! Next year in Amsterdam!
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Literary Tourist Jul 19
Sharp talk from Jonathan Rose on the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing
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Yale Univ Press Jul 19
Our biggest congratulations to Brent Nongbri, who has been awarded ‘s 2019 DeLong Book History Book Prize, for his book “God’s Library: The Archaeology of the Earliest Christian Manuscripts” in a very well deserved win.
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Dr. Megan Peiser Jul 19
Live-tweeting gets at accessibility. Not everyone can physically attend a conference. Not everyone has funding. We support a better community of scholars when we do this work
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Corinna Norrick-Rühl Jul 19
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Steven Van Impe 📚 Jul 19
I couldn't attend this year, but through your tweets I followed some really interesting panels, met new people on twitter, and felt part of the whole social atmosphere. Livetweeting sessions is a tremendous service to the scientific community. Thank you, everyone at !
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