Tag Archives: Corinna Norrick-Ruehl

CfP: Bookshelves in the Age of the COVID-19 Pandemic, November 3-4 2020 (online conference)

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted on all aspects of lives, but nowhere has this been more visible than in the conflation of public and private workspace. As we work from home and attend endless online meetings, our bookshelves are suddenly on public display. This conference will ask speakers to critically examine this particular cultural phenomenon, […]

5 Years – and Counting

It’s hard to believe – but our inaugural network conference took place a full five years ago in Freiburg! Since then, this blog has been in existence, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody who has contributed over the years. We are still convinced that it’s a good place to make […]

News from the Blog Administrators

During these quiet summer weeks, we thought we’d draw your attention to two recent publications by Corinna Norrick-Rühl and Alexander Starre, two of the blog’s administrators. Alexander’s book Metamedia: American Book Fictions and Literary Print Culture after Digitization has just appeared with the University of Iowa Press. The book inaugurates the new series “Impressions: Studies […]

Conference report: Reading Books and Prints as Cultural Objects, Freiburg im Br., 15-17 July 2015

Conference report by our associated scholars Stefanie Lethbridge and Corinna Norrick-Rühl International conference, organised by Evanghelia Stead, EURIAS Fellow at the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies (FRIAS), Albert-Ludwig-Universität Freiburg Link to complete conference programme The weather was great. The food was splendid. The people were worth talking to. The papers presented interesting insights. What more […]