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The end of the End of the Book…for now

What a fabulous time we had at the End of the Book conference! Thank you so much to all of our fabulous speakers, participants, and helpers who came together on 18 November to investigate what happens when we reach the … Continue reading

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Professor Anne Coldiron (Florida State University) ‘Languages of the Book: Translation, Paratext, Design’, Thursday 27 October, 5.15-6.45pm

We are delighted to welcome Professor Coldiron to Bristol on Thursday 27th October. Her lecture will be held in LR8, 21 Woodland Road, 5.15-6.45pm, followed by a reception. All welcome. Non-University visitors should use the main entrance on 3-5 Woodland … Continue reading

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Adventures in titology: Sigizmund Krzhizhanovskii and book titles

A fabulous chance to revisit – or enjoy for the first time – the unpronounceable Ukrainain’s views on titles: Source: Adventures in titology: Sigizmund Krzhizhanovskii and book titles

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Registration for The Beginning of the Book…

…is now open! The conference is free, but please register by Thursday 10 March so that we can keep track of numbers for catering: Eventbrite registration

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The Beginning of the Book

One-day conference, Friday 18 March 2016, 10am-6pm Lecture Room 1, Arts Complex, 3-5 Woodland Road, University of Bristol When we open a book it is likely that we will have to leaf through several pages before arriving at the authorial … Continue reading

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  Students enrolled on the MA in Comparative Literatures and Cultures at the University of Bristol enjoyed an afternoon with the Letterpress Collective learning to print.  Take a look at their experience here: Students get printing with the Letterpress workshop. With … Continue reading

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CFP: The Beginning of the Book

The books cluster is pleased to announce a call for papers for a one-day conference at the University of Bristol on 18 March. After the success of ‘Judging Books by their Covers‘ we will be thinking about what happens when … Continue reading

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