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Faculty of Arts, Open University: 9 full-time, 3-year PhD studentships available from 1 October 2013. In 2013-14, 5 AHRC-funded studentships are available in: History, with the National Library of Wales; English, with the British Library; and Music, with the National Library of Scotland. The 2 final awards with these partners are in English (e-manuscript collections) and History (digital heritage/crowdsourced data). We are also offering a Music studentship attached to the Listening Experience Database, a major AHRC-funded project in collaboration with the Royal College of Music.
Dr Peg Katritzky (Lecturer, English Dept) will be giving a talk titled, ‘Shakespeare’s Bottom: Printed Sources for Monsters and Marvels in A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as part of the ‘Documents of Shakespearean Performance: Stage, Page, and Manuscript in Early Modern England’ seminar series, run by Dr Edmund King of the English Department’s Book History Research Group. Continue reading
The Landmarks in Book History Seminars are organised by The Open University’s 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