The 32nd Print Networks conference will take education and the book trade as its theme. Speakers will ask: how did the book trade and education mutually profit from and shape each other? What was the book trade's impact on the the development of institutions of learning; the organization of knowledge; pedagogies and technologies of instruction; and on both formal and informal education, including self-help? All are welcome (independent scholars, postgraduates and academic staff).
For a full programme please click: http://www.bookhistory.org.uk/print-networks/events
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