Monthly Archives: September 2022
New publication: Jahrbuch für Kommunikationsgeschichte, vol. 24 (2022)
This year’s volume of Jahrbuch für Kommunikationsgeschichte has been published; one of the editors, Daniel Bellingradt, is an associated member of our network, along with Astrid Blome and Jörg Requate. As is tradition, the ample review section is available open access. More information and access can be found here.
CfP: Colportage ‒ Pulp ‒ Modernism (Marburg University, March 16-17, 2023)
Marburg University is hosting a workshop in March on the topics of colportage, pulp and modernism. More information can be found here. The deadline for submission is October 16.
Gutenberg Museum in Mainz: Digital Resources
Even if you can’t make it to Mainz to visit the Gutenberg Museum, there is a lot you can learn from the digital resources on the museum website – from the milestones of Gutenberg’s life to potato printing to insights into contemporary (print) artists’ work. In addition to the exhibitions, the Gutenberg Museum also offers […]
Book History Exhibition Online: UB Heidelberg
The library of the University of Heidelberg’s collections comprise about 1,800 incunabula and about 6,900 manuscripts. The library regularly holds exhibitions on book historical topics, for example on book art in the German Southwest (“Buchkunst im deutschen Südwesten”), forgeries in books (“FAKE: Fälschungen, wie sie im Buche stehen”) oder book art of the early 20th […]