Monday 13th April 2015
Venue: Chawton House
Keynote speaker: Caroline Franklin, Swansea University
The number of digital resources devoted to British women’s writing continues to expand at a staggering rate, with access to digitized textual material by women, and great stores of biographical and bibliographical data about them and their publications, growing by the day. This conference provides an opportunity to explore the transformation of the way we relate to books and physical archives in an increasingly digital age. Speakers will debate the merits and limitations of encouraging texts and archives in material and digital forms.
The conference is co-hosted by Chawton House Library and the University of Southampton Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies (SCECS).
Tickets: £35; Students/Friends/Unwaged £30 (includes lunch and refreshments)
Please note that the conference will run from 9.00 am – 6.00 pm,
not 10.00 am – 5.00 pm as advertised in the Chawton House Library events diary
Buy your tickets here or call Chawton House Library on 01420 545410