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The Australian National University

Reading Communities and the Circulation of Print:
Australia, China, and Britain in the 19th Century

22-24 April 2014

China in the World Building, Fellows Lane (Building 188)
The Australian National University
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A conference on the production, circulation, and consumption of printed material in Australia, China, and Britain in the long 19th Century. Click here for a conference programme.

Free and open to the public. Please register your interest in attending this event here.

Reading Communities and the Circulation of Print

PUBLIC LECTURES

22 April 2014 5:30pm


Reading and Writing Communities in the Trenches 1914-1918

Professor Martyn Lyons
History and European Studies
School of Humanities and Languages
University of New South Wales

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23 April 2014 11:00am


Reading Dickens

Professor Lydia Wevers
Professor, Director, Stout Research Centre
Victoria University of Wellington

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23 April 2014 6:00pm


The Industrial Revolution of the Book: Cheap Print and New Readers

Professor James Raven
Professor of Modern History and Director of the Centre of Bibliographical History, University of Essex, and fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

James Raven (Professor of Modern History and Director of the Centre for Bibliographical History, University of Essex, and fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge)

Martyn Lyons (Professor of History and European Studies, University of New South Wales)

Lydia Wevers (Director, Stout Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington)

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