British Printed Images Conference- September 2008

I missed this one but it looks a good line-up:

Following the very successful first conference of the British Printed Images to 1700 project held at Birkbeck in July 2007, there will be a further conference at which innovative research on various aspects of early modern printed images will be divulged at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Friday, 12, and Saturday, 13 September 2008.

The following papers will be given:

  • Margaret Aston, ‘Symbols of conversion: Proprieties of the page in Reformation England’
  • Justin Champion (Royal Holloway): ‘Decoding the Leviathan: doing the history of ideas through images 1651-1700’
  • Lorri Anne Ferrell (Claremont, Ca.), ‘Grasping knowledge: tactility and kinetics in early modern “how-to” books’
  • Malcolm Jones (Sheffield), Title to be confirmed
  • John King (Ohio State), ‘Reading the woodcuts in Foxe’s Book of Martyrs
  • Angela McShane (V & A), ‘Top knots and lower sorts: print and promiscuous consumption in the 1690s’
  • Gill Saunders (V & A), ‘”Paper tapestry” and “wooden pictures”: printed decoration and the domestic interior in Tudor and Stuart England’
  • Kevin Sharpe (Queen Mary), ‘Images of Oliver Cromwell’
  • Ben Thomas (Kent): ‘Noble or commercial? The early history of mezzotint in Britain’
  • Alexandra Walsham (Exeter), ‘Reliques of the past: printed images and antiquarianism in early modern England’

The conference will also include an exhibition of books and prints from the National Art Library, a ‘new researchers’ session’ at which research by graduate students will be divulged, a round table discussion of printed images and their milieu, and an exposition of recent work on the database of the British Printed Images to 1700 project.

For further details and registration, contact j.banham@vam.ac.uk, n.ghaddar@vam.ac.uk or m.hunter@bbk.ac.uk.

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