Books and Borrowing 1750-1830

Tag: Conferences

Homecoming, Return and Recovery: The BSECS conference, 2023

Happy New Year! Can it really be 2023 already? The New Year got off to a good start for two members of the ‘Books and Borrowing’ team – Josh and I had a great time attending the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (BSECS) Conference, held at St Hugh’s College, Oxford, from 4-6 January. Appropriately, given […]

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Libraries, Lives and Legacies: Further Details on our Call for Papers for April 2023

This week, we’d like to highlight the Call for Papers we posted a couple of weeks back (posted again in full below) and provide a bit of extra detail about our Research Festival. In April 2023, Books and Borrowing and our friends on the C18th Libraries Online project expect to be able to launch initial […]

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Research Festival Call for Papers: Libraries, Lives and Legacies, April 2023

Libraries, Lives and Legacies Organised by the AHRC-funded ‘Books and Borrowing, 1750-1830′ and ‘Libraries, Reading Communities and Cultural Formation in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic’ projects.  Split-Venue Research Festival 13-14 April 2023 – University of Liverpool and online 17-18 April 2023 – University of Stirling We are glad to announce a series of events on […]

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All Together Now: Reflections on the ECSSS and BARS/NASSR conferences

It’s conference season in the academic world, and the ‘Books and Borrowing’ team were delighted to attend two conferences back to back! Despite train and bus strikes, we made it to Liverpool to attend the Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society (ECSSS) conference on the theme of ‘Scots Abroad’ at the University of Liverpool. We then moved […]

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