RBC Public Research Seminars: Doctoral Research Double Bill

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RBC Public Research Seminars: Doctoral Research Double Bill 1600-1730 Tuesday 9th March Register here. Akvilè Stuart: Towards a Rediscovery of Alexei Stanchinsky Alexei Stanchinsky (1888-1914) was a Russian pianist-composer whose life was tragically cut short at the tender age of 26. During the ten years he actively composed, he wrote over thirty works for solo […]

BCMCR Popular Music Studies Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Popular Music: PhD Work in Progress 1600-1730 Wednesday 10 March Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. Emma Gale: Hopes and Dreams for Sale: Mentoring in the Songwriting Community   Gemma Jennison: What are the conversations, discourses […]

BCMCR Popular Music Studies Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Popular Music: Songwriting Studies 1600-1730 Wednesday 17 March Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. Ingrid M. Tolstad (Oslo Metropolitan University) Tracking the songwriting process – collaborative songwriting as social event Ingrid M. Tolstad is a […]

CPHC webinar – Illustrating Identity

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Monday 22 March: 17:00-18:30 HoPIN Webinar: Illustrating Identity To book your free place nearer to the time, please click here. Adrian, Slaney (BCU), Printed silks Georgina Grant (Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust), Ironware and illustration: the Coalbrookdale Company catalogues Dr Henrietta Lockart (University of Birmingham), Industrial illustration in the Guest, Keen & Nettlefolds Collection Martin Killeen […]

CPHC webinar – Typographic Surprises!

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Friday 30 April: 18:00-19:30 Printing Historical Society: Typographic Surprises! To book your free place nearer to the time, please click here. Information to follow.

CPHC webinar – Photography

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Wednesday 5 May: 17:00-18:30 HoPIN webinar: Photography To book your free place nearer to the time, please click here. Dr Anthony Hamber (Independent Scholar), The rise of photographic illustration 1839-80 Soon after the announcements in 1839 of the photographic processes of Daguerre and Fox Talbot, the application of the revolutionary medium to illustration of printed […]

CPHC webinar – Typographic Surprises!

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Friday 25 June: 18:00-19:30 Printing Historical Society: Typographic Surprises! To book your free place nearer to the time, please click here. Information to follow.

CPHC webinar – Engraving

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Thursday 8 July: 17:00-18:30 HoPIN webinar: Engraving To book your free place nearer to the time, please click here. Dr Caroline Archer (CPHC), Michel Bouchaud (1902-65): Ritz: trente typogrammes Dr John Hinks (Honorary Research Fellow, CPHC), Sir Francis Seymour Haden (1818-1910): and the British etching revival Despite his ‘amateur’ status (he was an eminent surgeon), […]

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