Friday, August 30th 2013
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Conference: Textual Cultures in Early Modern Europe, Pusey Room, Keble College, Oxford, 28 September.





(c) Henry Stanford
(c) Henry Stanford
This one day colloquium will explore the cultural implications of the production, dissemination and use of texts, whether manuscript or printed. Focussing on early modern England, France and Italy, papers will discuss the relationship between image and text; cultures of production, including concerns behind publishing such as censorship, self-fashioning and marketing; how texts moved within and across borders; and how early modern readers engaged with the texts they encountered.

Speakers include: Sara Apetrei; Ian Archer; James Ambrose; Sara Barker; Heather Dalton; Nicola Gardini; Michael Hawcroft; Cristina Neagu; Jason Peacey; and Tiffany Stern.

For further details please see http://www.keble.community.librios.com/?id=1049.
To register, or to make any enquiries please contact tracey.sowerby@keble.ox.ac.uk before 17 September.
Registration is £16 waged and £10 students/unwaged. This includes a buffet lunch, coffee & afternoon tea.

Sabine Chaouche



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