Visual Marginalia! – a review by the Archaeology of Reading project

Jaap Geraerts, from the Archaeology of Reading project, has written this review of the Visual Marginalia workshop held on 1 May (workshop programme and storify available here).

The review is entitled Visual Marginalia! and has been published in the project’s blog: the Bookwheel Blog.

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Early Modern Visual Marginalia – CRASSH, University of Cambridge

Convenors:

  • Dr Alexander Marr
  • Dr Kate Isard

Speakers:

  • Professor William Sherman (V&A)
  • Dr Julian Luxford (St Andrews)
  • Dr Alexander Marr (Cambridge)
  • Dr Kate Isard (Visiting Scholar, Cambridge)
  • Dr Richard Oosterhoff (Cambridge)
  • Dr Francesco Benelli (Columbia)

A colloquium on early modern visual marginalia organised by Department of History of Art, Trinity Hall, University Library, University of Cambridge.

1 May 2015, 09:30 – 13:00

Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall Sponsored by Department of History of Art, University Library, Centre for Material Texts.

Programme here.

Storify here.