- Dr Alexander Marr
- Dr Kate Isard
- 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.
The GBR team is heading to Berlin, ready to take part in the Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America.
Some of us will be presenting, mostly on materials from previous projects.
More information about the programme here.
Last Wednesday (28 January) Anthony Grafton (Princeton University) and William Sherman (University of York) gave a joint paper at the Cambridge Bibliographical Society Seminar: “In the margins of Josephus: a tale of two readers”. More about this event here.
Later this week, we were fortunate to hold an informal meeting with Anthony Grafton – a great opportunity to discuss many aspects of the project!
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