Conference in honour of Roger Chartier | The Author’s Hand and the Printer’s Mind

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Chartier_posterOn September 17-18, the EUI will host the conference The Author’s Hand and the Printer’s Mind: Towards a Connected History of Textual Practices (Teatro, Badia Fiesolana, 9h-18h), organized by the Chair of the History of Science at the Department of History and Civilization, Professor Stéphane Van Damme. In honor of the leading cultural and book historian Roger Chartier, professor at the Collège de France, the conference emerges from, and takes the name of, his most recent publication, The Author’s Hand and the Printer’s Mind (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2014). It will bring together book, literary, and art historians, as well as historians of science and knowledge in an exploration of the materiality of texts in the early modern period.

Part of the conference will be live-tweeted under hashtag #EUIChartier

See conference programme below:FINALProgrammeChartierSept2015
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About Déborah Dubald

Docteure du Département d'Histoire et Civilisation de l'Institut Universitaire Européen à Florence (2019). Spécialiste des savoirs sur la nature et l'environnement au XIXe siècle, de l'histoire des collections et des musées naturalistes. Je m'intéresse particulièrement à l'échelle urbaine et/ou locale. Doctor of History and Civilisation of the European University Institute. I am interested in the history of natural and environmental knowledge and in the nineteenth century, in naturalist museums and collections, in knowledge and science practices, usually at the scale of the urban or the local.

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