Renaissance Reborn A student conference at the University of Sheffield 3 May 2017 HRI Feel free to attend just one or a couple of the panels if you cannot come to the entire event, but please register in advance.
Book History @ Sheffield is one whole semester old! In spring and early summer we held three research events, each leading to lively discussion: Marcus Nevitt presented his work on newsbooks in revolutionary England to a packed house. Marcus exposed Continue reading On a semester of book history
Featuring compact presentations from Rachel Askew, Adam James Smith, Amy Jackson and Seth Mehl, followed by panel discussion and Q&A. Members of SCEMS are at work developing and researching fresh project opportunities. Hear about Castlegate, Thomason’s Newsbooks, and Sheffield: Protest. Continue reading SCEMS Windows into Research: Projects
Featuring compact presentations from three of the new History of the Book research group, Dr Rachel Stenner (English), Dr Seàn M. Williams (SLC), and Alex Hitchman (History).The presentations will be followed by panel discussion and Q&A. What happens when you Continue reading Windows into Research: History of the Book
This special session of “Windows into Research”, a series that brings together research-in-progress reports under a common theme, will focus on current digital humanities projects at the University of Sheffield. Over the course of an hour, we will have short Continue reading Windows into Research: DH Projects