Material Witness continues: Studying the Literary Archive and Stone Sculpture in-situ

C15 King at Westminster Hall ready for inspection

Medieval king at Westminster Hall ready for inspection

As well as the blog, the study days for Material Witness, a CHASE consortium-led initiative to engage emerging researchers with the physical artefact continue.

On the 8th of April, Shane Weller will be leading an investigation into the literary archive at the University of Kent, using the manuscripts of Samuel Beckett as a case study.

On the 9th May Kim Woods will head the Studying Stone Sculpture in-situ workshop at the Mercer’s Hall and St Helen’s, London.

There may be a few places left on these workshops so please contact J.A.Wackett@kent.ac.uk if you have any questions about the programme.

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