Affiliate: The Typographic Hub
The Typographic Hub, is a constituent part of the Centre for Printing History & Culture (CPHC) and is located in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media (ADM) at Birmingham City University (BCU). It is a busy centre for the study of printing and typographic history, theory and practice. It welcomes postgraduate research students from home and abroad who wish to register for a PhD in typography and its allied fields.
Throughout their studies, students are supported by knowledgeable supervisors and a specialist library covering all aspects of typography and graphic communication, including the social and economic aspects of printing. Regular typographic conferences and other events are organised by the Hub aimed at typographic academics, practitioners and students with an interest in the historical, contemporary or empirical aspects of design, or technical and practical approaches to typography.
The Hub maintains an active publishing programme, and articles on all aspects of the history, theory and practice of typography, printing and the allied trades are frequently published on-line and in the academic to the popular, which are of interest to anyone with either a professional or passing interest in the subject.
This two-day international conference aims to review and reassess the contribution made by women to printing and print culture from its origins to the present day.
In conjunction with L’École supérieure d’art et de design d’Amiens (esad), the Centre for Printing History & Culture (cphc) is organising a two-day international conference which aims to review and reassess the relationship between Baskerville—the man and the typeface—and France and the French.
a retrospective look at over one hundred years of print design in Egypt.
Professor Caroline Archer, [Room 423], School of Visual Communication, Faculty of Arts, Design & Media, Birmingham City University, Parkside Building, 5 Cardigan Street, Birmingham B4 7BD
0121 331 5871