CFP: [Bibliography] Print Networks and Texts, Ma(r)kers, Markets III

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Dr Matthew Day
contact email: 
matthew.day@bishopg.ac.uk

Print Networks and Texts, Ma(r)kers, Markets III
Conference
Call for Papers,
July 22nd-24th 2008
Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln

Two long-running and regular conferences join together in 2008 at Bishop
Grosseteste University College Lincoln. The 25th Print Networks
conference and the 3rd Texts, Ma(r)kers Markets Conference will be held
in Lincoln, UK from 22nd -24th July, 2008.

This call for papers invites abstracts on any aspect of print culture
ranging from their production, through circulation to reception. Topics
might include but need not be limited to:

Authorship
Textual (manuscript or print) production
Textual (manuscript or print) revision
Editorship
The materiality of the text
The commodification of texts
Paratextuality
The circulation of texts
Book-selling and the book-trade – including, manuscripts, books and prints
The consumption of texts
The conservation of texts
e-texts and e-textuality

Abstracts of c.300 words should be sent in the first instance to Dr
Matthew Day, Head of English, Bishop Grossseteste University College,
Lincoln, LN1 3DY. Email: matthew.day_at_bishopg.ac.uk

Those wishing to know more about the University College should go to
www.bishopg.ac.uk

Deadline for abstracts is February 7th 2008. Abstracts will be put before
a committee and submitters of those accepted will be notified by February
28th.

1 conference fellowship will be available for graduate students and those
wishing to be considered for this should indicate this in their covering
letter/email sent with the abstract. Applicants are also asked to include
a CV.

There will be a conference publication in the series edited by John Hinks
and Catherine Armstrong and published by the British Library and Oak
Knoll Press and publication will be at the editors’ discretion.

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