The Centre for Printing History and Culture
Print Matters: Past, Present and Future
The Centre for Printing History and Culture is a joint initiative between Birmingham City University and the University of Birmingham and consists of researchers, heritage professionals and librarians. It seeks to encourage research into all aspects and periods of printing history and culture, as well as education and training into the art and practice of printing.
Here is a selection of research projects that are either run by or associated with the Centre. See CPHC Research for a full list.
Sarah Boris will talk us through her journey, from studying type design in Paris to establishing herself as a designer specialised in branding and editorial design
A one-day symposium which explores the manifold relations between literature and the technologies, practices and cultures of print,
A two day international conference organised by Centre for Printing History and Culture (CPHC) in conjunctino with Printing Historical Society (PHS) and the Centre for the Study of the Book, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
Print Networks is delighted to announce the 2019 winner of the Peter Isaac prize for the best essay in the field of the History of the Book Trade in the Anglophone world.
An international conference to be held at the Royal Asiatic Society, London | 26 March 2019. Submission deadline 10 Jan 2019.