A joint Book History Research Network and Textual and Visual Cultures cluster workshop
This workshop will explore broad questions of how national identity has historically been created, maintained and manipulated using three different media: the printed book, material artefacts and film. Topics covered range chronologically from the early modern to the twentieth century. The workshop welcomes postgraduates and unaffiliated researchers as well as more established scholars and also hopes to encourage a dialogue on how these materials might be used in teaching as well as research.
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