Marginalia Workshop c.1500-1700 with an Exhibition at Canterbury Cathedral Library

Location
Canterbury Campus, North Holmes Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1QU
Category
Arts and Humanities
Date(s)
Friday 15 September 2017 (10:00-17:30)
Contact
If you have any questions or require further information about this event then please contact the event organisers. To book use the Pay Conference Fee button further down this page and follow the instructions.
Registration URL
http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/event-booking/book.aspx?event=121804
Description
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Papers include

  • Lucy Munro (King’s College, London) on ‘'Marginalia and Rogue Humanism in Seventeenth-Century England'
  • Claire Bartram (CCCU) ‘How to Read William Lambarde’s Perambulation of Kent?: Marginalia as Biography.
  • Hannah Yip (University of Birmingham) ‘Marginalia in the Early Modern English Printed Sermon’
  • Nicole Perry (CCCU) ‘Reader Interventions in a Reformation Primer.’
  • Emily Butterworth (King’s College, London)) on ‘Monsters, Grotesques, and Marginalia: the Essais of Michel de Montaigne’.
  • Benjamin Wardhaugh (All Souls, Oxford) ‘Rehearsing in the Margins: Marginal Evidence and the Culture(s) of Mathematical Reading in the Early Modern Period’
  • Edwina Christie (University of Oxford) ‘Marginal Annotations in 52 Copies of John Barclay’s Argenis (1621)’

Conference Fee £8

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The Bibliographical Society have kindly sponsored 10 studentships for this event. The studentship covers the conference fee and the first ten students – postgraduate or undergraduate - to register (and attend) will be eligible. Please contact Dr Claire Bartram for further details.

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