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18:00 - 20:00 19 November 2014
Being E-Readers: Humanities and the experience of reading
Enitharmon Press Bookshop |
10 Bury Place
London | WC1A 2JL | United Kingdom
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In Bloomsbury’s atmospheric Enitharmon Press bookshop, join us for an evening of short talks exploring the ever-evolving experience of reading. How is our experience of reading shaped by the places in which we read? How are new technologies influencing our relationship with printed and digital texts? Do we read differently when on the move, in shared spaces, or when reading aloud. How has our experience of reading evolved over time?
Experts from the School of Advanced Study, University College London and King’s College, University of London, will explore these questions, and to invite you to take part in an interactive experiment comparing responses to printed and digital materials.
Refreshments will be provided.
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