CALL FOR PAPERS: ‘Devotional Writing in Print and Manuscript’ is a major multi-disciplinary conference, hosted by the University of Warwick’s English Department.
Remnants of a Separation (HarperCollins) is an Oral History archive and the first and only material study of the Partition of India.
This one-day symposium will explore where the discipline of print culture studies is heading and reflect on how studying publishing and book history contexts provides new insights into traditional disciplines.
The Mark Samuels Lasner Fellowship in Printing History is an annual award of up to $2,000 for research in any area of the history of printing in all its forms.
Get your composing sticks at the ready in the Parkside Print Room.
An open exhibition celebrating the work of printers from the sixteenth century to the present day
This exhibition features the work of one of the radical originators and innovators of the European tradition of printmaking, Marcantonio Raimondi (c. 1480-c. 1534).
We are delighted to announce Birmingham: workshop of the world, edited by Dr Malcolm Dick and Prof Carl Chinn, University of Birmingham, will be published by Liverpool University Press on 31 October 2016.
Tickets are now available for Printers Unite!, a two-day conference taking place at the Marx Memorial Library in London on 3 and 4 November.
Tony Quinn, author of A History of British Magazine Design, tells us about Woman magazine, defined in its own words as ‘a journal of information, entertainment and practical counsel for womankind the wide world over’.
Howard Cox, Professor of International Business History at the University of Worcester and co-author of Revolutions from Grub Street, delivered the following keynote address at the annual symposium of CPHC on 28 June at Winterbourne House.
As media companies grapple with the challenges presented by digital convergence and devices such as the iPad, this talk traces the evolution of the consumer magazine industry from its inception to the modern day.