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How do we Study the History of Reading? Notes from a Workshop in Stirling

by Jan Hillgaertner, University of St Andrews On 11 December, a group of around thirty doctoral students of book history met at the University of Stirling for the first History of Reading workshop, led by Katherine Halsey (Stirling) and Daniel Cook (Dundee). I got intrigued by the chance of partaking in a discussion on how

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21st-Century Book Historian: Innerpeffray Library

The 21st-Century Book Historian (sponsored by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities and the universities of Stirling, Dundee, and Edinburgh). The next in our series of events is a field trip to the wonderful Innerpeffray Library (http://www.innerpeffraylibrary.co.uk/ ) on 21st March 2015. The day will involve a guided visit to the collections by

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