Text and Textuality is a conference aiming to bring together researchers from across the humanities to stimulate broad debate around the concept of ‘text’, from its origins to its future. We very much hope that you will consider submitting an abstract.
We are thrilled to confirm that Michelangelo Zaccarello, University of Pisa, will hold the keynote lecture on Thursday 16th July, and Danielle Westerhof, Rare Book Librarian from Durham’s Palace Green Library, will hold the public lecture on Friday 17th July.
The conference will include panels of 20 minute papers with ample time for discussion, a round table, and an ‘interdisciplinarity’ workshop to draw together aspects of text and stimulate collaboration across disciplines.
We would like to thank the generous funding from the Northern Bridge Consortium, the Durham Centre for Academic Development, and the Classical Association which has enabled the conference to take place.