Author Archives: Katie Brown

About Katie Brown

Katie Brown is a Teaching Fellow in Hispanic Studies at University of Bristol, book-lover and translator.

Framing Texts programme

Join us for our first postgraduate workshop, Framing Texts, on 30 May 2018. Register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/framing-texts-tickets-44328358313 Advertisements

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Image and Text: Theory and Practice

Image and Text: Theory and Practice Gui Mohallem (artist based in São Paulo, Brazil) Thursday 26 April 2018, 3.00 PM Verdon-Smith Room Gui Mohallem is a Brazilian artist who explores questions of identity, migration and belonging across a number of … Continue reading

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Framing Texts: PGR Workshop

Framing Texts: PGR Workshop 30 May 2018 9.30am-4.30pm Verdon Smith Room (Royal Fort House), University of Bristol Framing Texts is a postgraduate workshop organised by the Centre for Material Texts at the University of Bristol. This one-day event aims to create a … Continue reading

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‘What Are Libraries For?’ Roundup

On Tuesday 20 February, the Centre for Material Texts hosted our first major debate, ‘What Are Libraries For?’. Speakers Dr Suzanne Paul (Keeper of Manuscripts, Cambridge University Library), Philip Kent (Director of Libraries, University of Bristol) and Mimi Thebo (author … Continue reading

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#WhatAreLibrariesFor?

In preparation for our What Are Libraries For? debate on Tuesday 20 February, we’ve been asking students, librarians and even a small child what they think libraries are for. The answers range from studying to ‘freedom’ via productivity, travel, and … Continue reading

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Philip Kent, Suzanne Paul and Mimi Thebo to debate ‘What are libraries for?’

Inside Arts Debate: What Are Libraries For? Tuesday 20 February 2018, 6-7.30pm Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Park Street, Bristol   In preparation for our debate next week, here’s a little more about our three speakers. Philip Kent Philip Kent … Continue reading

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The Object of our Affection arrives in Bristol University’s Special Collections

We are delighted that the University of Bristol Arts and Social Sciences Library has acquired two copies of The Object of our Affection, created by Angie Butler in response to our Making Books in Bristol events.  The one of a kind leather-bound … Continue reading

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