‘For the Greater Glory of God and the More Universal Good’: a conference exhibition

Karen Attar (Senate House Library) For several years now Senate House Library has been supporting conferences hosted by SAS Institute’s wherever possible. Usually this is through small displays of books pertinent to the conference theme, to enhance the experience of conference delegates and demonstrate the relevance of library holdings – especially special collections holdings –… Continue reading ‘For the Greater Glory of God and the More Universal Good’: a conference exhibition

#PoTW – Censorship: Case Studies and Conflicting Interpretations

Robert Darnton’s Panizzi lectures at the British Library will provide a detailed account of how censorship operated under three authoritarian regimes, Bourbon France in the eighteenth century, British India in the nineteenth century, and Communist East Germany in the twentieth century. The discussion of those lectures, or at least the first two of them, in… Continue reading #PoTW – Censorship: Case Studies and Conflicting Interpretations

#PoTW – Word and Music Studies: Ninth International Conference (2013)

It is our pleasure to invite you to London for this Ninth International Conference of the International Association for Word and Music Studies (WMA). The conference is hosted by the Literature and Music Research Group of the Open University. It will take place in Senate House, University of London, in association with the Institute of… Continue reading #PoTW – Word and Music Studies: Ninth International Conference (2013)

#PoTW – London in Crisis and Disorder
Hosted by Philippa Thomas

The 2013 conference theme is ‘London in Crisis and Disorder’, and the conference will feature keynote talks by Vic Gattrell, Courttia Newland, and Matthew Rubery as well as a plenary roundtable on ‘London Fictions’ hosted by BBC journalist Philippa Thomas. Click Here for the Conference Programme