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 the Keeper of Books, Dr Lara Haggerty, time to browse the collections and exhibitions at the library, a talk on How to Relate Research to the Impact Agenda (Dr Katie Halsey) and a Q&A session with the Keeper of Books.
Travel will be by private coach, leaving the University of Stirling campus at 11:45, picking up at Stirling Railway Station at 12am.
To sign up, please email Katie Halsey (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please state whether you would prefer to join the bus at the Stirling campus, or at the Stirling railway station. If you do not do this, you risk being left behind!
Coffee and tea will be provided at Innerpeffray Library, but please bring your own packed lunch. The library is in a beautiful rural location, and if the weather is fine, we will picnic in the grounds. If not, alternative arrangements will be made!
We hope to see many of you there.
And remember to keep 1 April free for the Dundee Workshop on Manuscript, Print and Digital Cultures.
Katie Halsey, Tom Mole, Daniel Cook