We would like to inform our followers and readers about this upcoming conference on reading in a digital Environment in Regensburg this fall. All relevant Information can be found here.
This CfP for an event which is funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung has been sent to us by our associated scholar Ute Schneider (JGU Mainz). Please note that the conference language is German and that this CfP is explicitly geared toward PhD students and early post-docs. Please share widely. Queries can be addressed directly to […]
The research project of the DFG collaborative research center 933 Material Text Cultures. Materiality and Presence of Writing in Non-Typographic Societies, project A06 (The Paper Revolution in Late Mediaeval Europe. Comparative Investigations into Changing Technologies and Culture in ‘Social Space’) is hosting an interdisciplinary workshop on 25th and 26th April 2019 in Heidelberg. The workshop, titled “Cultures du texte, […]
Literary Citizenship 25–27 September 2019, National Library of Norway, Oslo Call for papers (Extended!) The history of the book is one of global and complex encounters, and the book trade has from its very outset been a transnational enterprise. Today, in part due to digitization, the production, distribution and consumption of books are becoming increasingly […]
Our network member Jun.-Prof. Dr. Daniel Bellingradt is currently advertising two positions at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg: Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in (50 % E13 TV-L, Promotionsstelle): “Material City” Hamburg in der Frühen Neuzeit, Dauer: 3 Jahre Akademische/r Mitarbeiter/in (50 % E13 TV-L, Promotionsstelle), Dauer: 1 Jahr Please direct any inquiries to Prof. Bellingradt directly: daniel.bellingradt[at]fau.de
The conference “The Paper Trade of Early Modern Europe: Practices, Materials, Networks“ will take place in Erlangen (Germany) from February 26 to 27 2019. This international conference is supported by the German Research Association (DFG) and designed to focus on one of the most essential, lucrative and yet forgotten business activities of early modern Europe: […]