Intensive 5-day programme on the world-famous Antwerp-based printing and publishing house founded by Christopher Plantin in 1555, with international experts discussing its production and distribution of religious books and related illustrations and prints in the following centuries.
The summer school will take place in the Ruusbroec Institute Library and the Plantin-Moretus Museum. The final session will take place at the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library.
29 June – 3 July 2020
Master students, PhD students and postdocs intending to integrate book historical approaches into their research (history, literary history, art history, religious and church history…).
Plantin-Moretus Museum (Antwerp) and Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library (Antwerp)
The fee includes course material, coffee breaks, lunches and the summer school dinner and a farewell reception. It does not include accommodation.
University of Antwerp Students are entitled to a refund of €150.
Online through Mobility Online before 15 April 2020.
3 ECTS credits are awarded upon successful completion of the programme.
Source : Universiteit Antwerpen