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not the date of the event itself.
Booking open for Print Networks Conference: Travel, Topography and the Book Trade (20/5).
Programme available for Early Modern Texts: Digital Methods and Methodologies (20/5).
AHRC Research Network on Community Libraries: Connecting Readers in the Atlantic World, 1650-1850 (20/5).
Seminar on Textual Bibliography for Modern Foreign Languages (20/5).
Symposium on The Hand in the Text: Renaissance Acts of Writing and Printerventions (6/5).
University of Reading's Archives and Texts Seminars (6/5).
Forthcoming seminars in the Seminar Series on Book Collecting (6/5).
Forthcoming seminars in the Seminar on the History of Libraries (6/5).
Nicolas Barker to speak on 'The Making of "Printing and the Mind of Man"' (6/5).
Mark Rose to deliver Astor Lectures on copyright (29/4).
CFP for 10th Conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship (ESTS 2013) (29/4).
Programme for Text and Image in the City: Print and Manuscript Culture in British and European Towns and Cities (29/4).
Registration now open for SHARP 2013 (1/4).
Network Conference for German Scholars of Book History and Print Culture in Freiburg (1/4).
Spanish colloquium on Book History and Bibliography in Spain: Toward a Definition of Their Boundaries and Objectives / Bibliografía e Historia del Libro en España: hacia una definición de sus fronteras y objetivos (1/4).
Details of the Oxford Book Fair (1/4).
Workshop on Describing, Analysing and Identifying Early Modern Handwriting: Methods and Issues (18/3).
Details of this year's Lyell Lectures (11/3).
A centenary conference in memory of A.N.L. (Tim) Munby (11/3).
Lecture and library tour at St John's College, Oxford (11/3).
Symposium on Children's Book Publishing in the Hand-Press Period (11/3).
Deadline extended for Transitions conference (4/3).
Conference on Text and Book in the Age of Swift (4/3).
Call for Papers for Early Modern Texts: Digital Methods and Methodologies (4/3).
2013 programme for the London Rare Books School (4/3).
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