The Centre for the Comparative History of print brings together researchers concerned with the history and culture of print in all forms and across all time periods. We have a particular interest in the ways in which print has brought about change in its different technological phases, global contexts, and relationships with other forms of media such as digital.
Our researchers have a wide range of interests that span literature, history, languages, cultural studies, visual arts, communication studies, computing, law, social science, and library studies. We also engage in practical research, workshops, and demonstrations in the School of English print room.
We welcome applications from prospective research students who are interested in print and print culture. To find out more, visit the staff profiles of our members and our postgraduate research pages.
|DrJames Mussell (Director)||Dr Brett Greatley-Hirsch|
|Dr Jonathan Topham (Deputy Director)||Dr Valerie Mainz|
|Dr Sara Barker (Deputy Director)||Dr Richard Salmon|
|Dr Elizabetta Adami||Dr Alison Searle|
|Dr Jacob Blakesley||Dr Chris Taylor|
|Dr Rebecca Bowd||Dr Paul Wilson|
For further information about the Textual Histories Research Group, please email Dr James Mussell.