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Tag Archives: symposium
Building Bridges: exploring interdisciplinary intersections between fandom, fan studies and library and information science.
Call for Presentations – all authors welcome! One day CityLIS symposium to explore the intersection between fandom, fan studies and library and information science. April 9th 2020 at City, University of London. Recently the fan studies community has become interested … Continue reading
Interdisciplinary Symposium: 6th-7th November 2017 City, University of London Organisers: Lyn Robinson & Joseph Dunne Website: https://documentingperformance.com Twitter: @DocPerform #DocPerform #CityLIS Programme Register Following our successful launch last year, the DocPerform project team are delighted to announce that our second … Continue reading
#citylis News: The Future of the Document: documenting performance: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Monday 31st October 2016, City University London
This post, about the first of our #citylis 16/17 events, first appeared on documentingperformance, on 25/07/16. Please visit this main symposium site for further information and registration details. *** The Future of the Document: documenting performance Symposium: Monday 31st October … Continue reading