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  • Interdisciplinary workshop on The Book of Fame (10/3).[New!]

  • Early Career Research Network Symposium on Editing (10/3).[New!]

  • Course on Making the Most of Special Collections: unlocking secrets of early printed books (10/3).[New!]

  • Lecture by Peter W.M. Blayney (10/3).[New!]

  • Fully-funded AHRC studentship in Geography in Dialogue: Print Culture at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), c. 1830-c. 2000 (10/3).[New!]

  • Podcasts from Oxford's Centre for the Study of the Book (10/3).[New!]

  • Textuality in Transition: A workshop on editing texts from medieval Britain (17/2).[New!]

  • Collaborative PhD Studentship: Music, print and culture in the 16th and early 17th centuries (17/2).[New!]

  • First workshop for the AHRC Network: Voices and Books, 1500-1800 (10/2).[New!]

  • Conference on Culture Wars 1900-1950 (10/2).[New!]

  • 2014 Library & Information History Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Lost Libraries (10/2).[New!]

  • Conference on Peversions of Paper (10/2).[New!]

  • Lecture on William Gray and his Books (10/2).[New!]

  • Programme for Archives and Texts seminar (10/2).[New!]

  • Confirmed details of Sandars Lectures (2014) (10/2).[New!]

  • Conference in Honour of Ian Maclean on Transforming the early modern Republic of Letters: Literature, Learning, Logic, Books (10/2).[New!]

  • Lowe lectures to be given by Dr Erik Kwakkel (10/2).[New!]

  • Graduate workshop on Thinking with Things, 1500-1940 (10/2).[New!]

  • Conference on Error and Print Culture, 1500-1800 (20/1).[New!]

  • London walk exploring Lonely hearts, wedding bells and illicit pleasures: a far from sentimental journey of how London loved in print (20/1).[New!]

  • Seminar on Textual Bibliography for Modern Foreign Languages (20/1).[New!]

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