University of Dundee, Dalhousie Building
1 April 2015
This programme is funded through the SGSAH & is open to all doctoral researchers within arts & humanities at any SGSAH Higher Education Institution.
The universities of Stirling, Dundee, & Edinburgh are collaborating on a training programme in Book History available to all Arts & Humanities doctoral students in Scotland. After very successful workshops on the History of Reading in Stirling in December, & on Bibliography & Textual Scholarship in Edinburgh in January, the third & final workshop takes place at the University of Dundee on 1st April 2015 in the Dalhousie Building (in room 1G05).
The theme of the Dundee workshop is Manuscript, Print & Digital Culture, & will feature Dr Martine Van Ittersum (Dundee), Dr Anthony Mandal (Cardiff) & Dr Tom Mole (Edinburgh), along with Caroline Brown (Dundee Archives), who will be taking us through the unique holdings of the Brechin Collection. This will be a must-see, hands-on experience for all book historians!
Sponsored by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities & the universities of Stirling, Dundee, & Edinburgh there’s no charge for the workshops. Lunch is provided & travel expenses can be reimbursed for all doctoral students except those from the home institution (Dundee). You do not need to have attended the previous workshops to come to the Dundee workshop, though we will, of course be very glad to welcome previous attenders back!
Register in advance here. Numbers are strictly limited. The schedule & further details will be sent to participants once registered.
First published: 12 March 2015