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Seminar Series: Paper, Pen and Ink: Manuscript Cultures in Early Modern England

The OU’s Book History Research Group’s series for 2014 is themed around Paper, Pen and Ink: Manuscript Cultures in Early Modern England. Helen Smith from York will present on the topic of ‘Paper: Beyond Words’ at the seminar on Monday 13 January at 5.30pm at Senate House in London. Continue reading

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Landmarks in Book History Seminars

The Landmarks in Book History Seminars are organised by The Open University‚Äôs Book History Research Group and the Institute of English Studies, University of London. Wednesday 22 February 2012, Senate House Room 103, 17.30-19.00 Dr Stephen Colclough (Bangor) will be talking about Robert Darnton’s ‘First Steps Towards a History of Reading’. Continue reading

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‘Landmarks in Book History: the future of the discipline’ seminar series

‘Landmarks in Book History: the Future of the Discipline’, the first of seven meetings organised by the OU’s Book History Research Group, is on Wednesday 11 January 2012 at 17.30, Senate House, London. Dr Karin Littau (Essex) will be talking about Robert Darnton, with a talk entitled. ‘Subsequent Steps towards a Media History of the Book’. Continue reading

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