23 MAY 2022
In partnership with the University of Newcastle, the Stationers' Company Archive is delighted to announce the programme for our first conference in our newly re-opened Hall.
*Please note that the programme has been revised, 19/07/2022. This is to accommodate an earlier finish for attendees affected by train strikes on Saturday 30th July .
Ruth Frendo (Stationers’ Company)
Beyond the Register: The Stationers’ Company Archive and how to use it.
Jennifer Richards (Newcastle)
Frances Eastwood (Cambridge)
Cobblers! A printing anomaly in The Coblers Prophesie (1594)
Alex Plane (Newcastle/National Library of Scotland)
Errors fixed for a King? Corrections in printed works from King James VI and I’s library
Anette Hagan (National Library of Scotland)
Agnes Campbell (1637-1715): Scottish business woman and flawed printer
Alice Leonard (Coventry)
Mathieu D.S. Bouchard (McGill)
John Hughes’s ‘Errata’ in the 1715 Works of Mr. Edmund Spenser
Grace Murray (York)
Not Knowing How-To: Errors in Advertisements in Early Modern How-To Books
Michael Winter (Newcastle)
‘remembring alwaies, it is more easie to finde a fault then to amend it’: establishing and correcting errors in John Day’s Certaine Notes set forth.
Giles Bergel (Oxford)
Error, erasure and compromise in The Antiquities of Warwickshire.
'Making Errors', a talk to celebrate the launch of Errors of the Common Press, Helen's letterpress-printed chapbook
For more information, see: https://research.ncl.ac.uk/mems/events/interpretingerrorastationerscompanyconference.html