In the latest Perspectives on History, editor Allison Miller tells the fascinating story of the Multigraph Collective, a group of 22 book historians and print scholars from Canada, the US, and the UK interested in the materiality and interactivity of reading who employed a radical form of electronic collaboration to produce the jointly composed and edited "multigraph,"
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The following cfp may be of interest. Please note the deadline for submissions is Friday 16 February:
Leeds Library, 1768-2018: 250th Anniversary Conference
Books, Readers, and Reading: Celebrating 250 Years of the Leeds Library
CALL FOR PAPERS
Typography, Illustration and Ornamentation in the Early Modern Iberian Book World, 1450-1800
Dublin, 24- 25 May 2018
Join us at the Library Company of Philadelphia for an evening symposium.
The Naval Kishore Press was founded in Lakhnau in 1858 by Munshi Naval Kishore (1836-1895) and grew in the following decades to one of India's most important publishing houses.
The Library of the South Asia Institute at Heidelberg University holds with its ca. 2,000 titles - 742 on microfilm - issued by the Naval Kishore Press a representative cross section of the Press' publications.
Join us at the Library Company for an evening symposium: