FAQ: Our List of Associated Scholars

We are assembling a list of scholars in book history, print culture and related fields based in German-speaking countries as well as international scholars working on D-A-CH related topics. The creation of this list of associated scholars follows our networking principle: Anyone interested in making their work visible in this way is welcome to become part of the list.

Yes, I want to join your list. How can I do this?

Joining the list is easy, free and with no obligations to blog whatsoever. Simply contact us at bookhistorynetw[at]gmx.de or email one of the administrators with the following information:

  • Your name
  • institutional affiliation
  • e-mail
  • website
  • possibly twitter handle and
  • a short description of your research interests.

We will gladly add you to our list @ https://bookhistorynetwork.wordpress.com/list-of-associated-scholars/!

Can you notify me on updates to your blog?

If you want to keep up to date on new blog posts, you can sign up with your email address. You do not need a wordpress account to do this: Simply click on ‘+ FOLLOW’ at the bottom right of this page, enter your email, click on ‘Sing Me UP’ –  and you will receive new posts as they are published!

I have something that might interest your network. How can I post on your blog?

Getting your info on our blog is easy: If you want to make other scholars aware of events, publications, projects or other things of interest to the D-A-CH network, you can simply email this information to bookhistorynetw[at]gmx.de or contact one of the administrators. We look forward to your announcements and will gladly add them to our blog!

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  1. […] associated scholar Wout Dillen has kindly forwarded the following Call for Proposals, which is open to contributions […]

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