Monthly Archives: April 2014

Conference: Learning to Read – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow (Mainz, May 8/9 2014)

In December, we posted a call for papers for the conference “Learning to Read – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow”, which will be held in Mainz next week. A group of graduate students of Book Studies at Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz (JGU) are the conference conveners; the conference has been made possible by funding from the so-called […]

Conference: Books in Motion

In August, we announced Daniel Bellingradt‘s plans for the conference “Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe. Beyond Production, Circulation and Consumption”, which will take place in Gotha this May. An update of the conference announcement was published in February. We are pleased to announce that the full program has now been released. Scholars who […]

CfP: Textbook Research and Religion

This CfP was published on H/Soz/Kult last week and we are pleased to share it here as well: “The Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Member of the Leibniz Association, has recently acquired a new area of research and knowledge transfer, centring on exploring a diverse range of public educational contexts in which religions […]