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Eighteenth-Century Worlds Study Day: Popular Science and the History of Libraries

2:00pm - 5:00pm / Friday 9th March 2018 / Venue: HSS Faculty Committee Room Abercromby SQ (West)
Type: Workshop / Category: Department / Series: Eighteenth-century worlds
  • Admission: Free to attend and open to all. Registration essential, please register via Eventbrite.
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HSS Faculty Committee Room , 1-7 Abercromby Square

Professor Laura Miller (University of West Georgia) will give a keynote talk on 'Reading Popular Science in Early American Libraries', with a comment from ECW's Dr Greg Lynall (University of Liverpool).

Followed by an informal panel on library history, library marginalia and the history of reading. Participants will include Katie Halsey (University of Stirling), Matt Sangster (University of Glasgow) and Mark Towsey (University of Liverpool).

Refreshments provided. Free to attend and open to all. Registration essential, please register via Eventbrite.