Women in Print: production, distribution and consumption

In conjunction with Winterbourne House and Garden, the Centre for Printing History and Culture is organising a two-day international conference, which aims to review and reassess the contribution made by women to printing and print culture from its origins to the present day.

This interdisciplinary conference seeks to recover the lives, work and impact of women who have been active in all aspects of printing and print culture, and to assess those contributions that may have been neglected or undervalued. We welcome proposals from academics, students, independent researchers and practitioners who are engaged in any research or practice in this area.

The event will take place 13-14 September 2018, and the call for papers has just been announced.

Download the call for papers or visit the web page for further details.