CBCP Co-Director Sue Walker has a chapter in new book just published by Lehigh University Press. https://lupress.cas.lehigh.edu/content/mediation-and-childrens-reading Sue’s chapter, ‘Reading information: using graphic language to enhance engagement with children’s books’,…Read More >
The CFP for the CBCP Postgraduate Symposium on 1 July is now online. Details here.
The recording of the event Researching the history of printing in Iran: particularities and challenges is now available to watch online here.
The Centre for Book Cultures and Publishing of the University of Reading welcomes proposals from suitably qualified applicants for the Newton International Fellowships scheme (deadline: 16 March 2022). The Scheme aims to attract the most promising…Read More >
Registrations are now open for the 1922 conference – Inside and Outside Modernism: An Anatomy of 1922 and its Cultures – co-organised by Ben Bruce and Domonique Davies. Conference –…Read More >
The recording of the panel event Experimental publishing and new archival initiatives is now available to watch online here. For a full list of the websites discussed, with links, download…Read More >
In view of the UCU strike action affecting UK Higher Education December 1-3 2021, the closing date had been changed to Wednesday 8 December, 5pm UK. We are pleased to…Read More >
Congratulations to Dr Rose Roberto for her chapter in the award-winning second volume of the The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press edited David Finkelstein. Rose’s chapter stems…Read More >
We had a well-attended student-focussed event this week featuring 3 fantastic speakers from publishing. Thanks to Kath Burton (Taylor & Francis), Bea Fitzgerald (Hodder & Stoughton), and Emma Shercliff (Laxfield…Read More >
The recording of the panel event Translators in schools and the move online is now available to watch online here. For details on the activities and links to organisations and…Read More >