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Matthew Parker: Archbishop, Scholar and Collector
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On 17–19 March, a conference will be held at the Parker Library in Cambridge and at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at Cambridge on 'Matthew Parker: Archbishop, Scholar, Collector'. It will explore collaborative scholarship, the retrieval of the past, and the history of the book in sixteenth-century England.

3/17/2016 to 3/19/2016
When: Thursday, March 17, 2016
Where: Parker Library, University of Cambridge
Trumpington St
Cambridge CB2 1RH
United Kingdom
Contact: Katie Weeks

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On 17–19 March, a conference will be held at the Parker Library in Cambridge and at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at Cambridge on 'Matthew Parker: Archbishop, Scholar, Collector'. It will explore collaborative scholarship, the retrieval of the past, and the history of the book in sixteenth-century England. The conference is convened by Anthony Grafton, Scott Mandelbrote, and William Sherman. Plenary speakers include James Carley, Debora Shuger, Alexandra Walsham. Speakers include Steven Archer, David Crankshaw, Brian Cummings, Elizabeth Evenden, Lori Anne Ferrell, Alexandra Gillespie, Simon Horobin, Arnold Hunt, Kathryn James, Jeffrey Todd Knight, Elisabeth Leedham-Green, Maddy McMahon, Paul Nelles, Thomas Roebuck. Those wishing to attend should register by applying to Katie Weeks (kw450@cam.ac.uk): early booking is recommended since space in the Parker Library is limited.

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