Professor Andrew Pettegree will give a number of invitation papers in the autumn semester in connection with the work of the French Book project. From 27- 30 October he will attend a conference in Rome devoted to the early Reformation in comparative perspective, where he will give a paper on the Early Evangelical Movement in France. On Tuesday 8 November he will give a paper to the Early Modern History Seminar at Oxford entitled ‘The text as crowd. Pamphlets and their readers in sixteenth-century France’. Later that month he will be a guest of the History Department of Trinity College Dublin, where he will he discuss the research method of the French Book project.
Dr Malcolm Walsby will represent the project at a conference hosted by the Centre d’Etudes SupÃ©rieures de la Renaissance at Tours, 29-30 September 2005. At this conference, devoted to ‘Le berceau du livre imprimÃ©: autour des incunables’, Dr Walsby has been invited to give a paper entitled ‘Un projet europÃ©en de recherche et de valorisation du patrimoine Ã©crit, the St Andrews Book Project’.