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Published Today:  Andrew Pettegree, Brand Luther. 1517, Printing and the Making of the Reformation

Posted October 27, 2015

In 1517 Martin Luther was an obscure professor at one of Europe’s newest universities, virtually unknown outside his own immediate circle. Five years later he was one of the most notorious people in Germany, the centre of a controversy that would permanently divide his church. He was also Europe’s most published author: indeed, the most published author since the invention of printing...continue reading

PhD studentship offered by the Universal Short Title Catalogue

Posted October 21, 2015

The USTC project is happy to announce a three-year studentship for the three academic years 2016-2019.  The studentship will take the form of a waiver of academic fees for a student otherwise liable for fees at the overseas rate (currently £14,850 per annum).  The studentship will therefore best suitpotential holders applying from outside the EU or UK.  The studentship may be held concurrently with other awards to cover maintenance and research costs.

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Conference Success: Eighth Annual Book Conference

Posted July 02, 2015

This June saw the 8th annual book conference organised by the Universal Short Title Catalogue. Generously supported by the School of History and the Bibliographical Society, the conference brought together over sixty scholars from all over the world, including France, Germany, Poland, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the UK and the US...continue reading

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