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Conference - New Directions in Print Culture Studies

Dr Samantha Rayner (UCL)

Dr Samantha Rayner (UCL)

Dr Samantha Rayner (UCL) delivers her keynote on the Academic Book of the Future with Dr Caroline Davis (OICPS) as … Read More...

Set: New Directions in Print Culture Studies 2017

Angus Phillips introduces Judith Watts

Angus Phillips introduces Judith Watts

Head of OICPS Angus Phillips introduces Judith Watts (Kingston University) and her paper on Collections-Based Research

Set: New Directions in Print Culture Studies 2017

On Tuesday, 9 May, the Print Culture Research Unit hosted its annual symposium.

Organised by Caroline Davis, Vincent Trott and Jane Potter, ‘New Directions in Print Culture Studies’ featured work by both established academics and PhD students from around the UK and Europe.

Plenary lectures by Dr Shafquat Towheed (Open University) and Dr Samantha Rayner (UCL) on the opportunities, challenges, and future of the discipline complemented the sixteen papers that highlighted topics as print and politics, networks of the book, digital texts and archives, and magazines and celebrity culture.  Readers and the reading experience emerged as a particular focus, highlighted especially by the panel dedicated to EuRED, the European Reading Experience Database.

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Latest Volume of MA Book History Student Journal

Latest Volume of MA Book History Student Journal

A new volume of the student journal, The Journal of Publishing Culture is just out.

You can read the journal online here.

The Journal of Publishing Culture examines publishing in terms of its historical development and its contemporary practice. It addresses major transitions in publishing as a result of social, political, economic and technological developments. The journal articles are written and produced by postgraduate students at Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, Oxford Brookes University.

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