Symposium on Saturday 9 February at Winchester College, Winchester, SO23 9NA
Registration is now open for<http://unlockingtheprivatelibrary.wordpress.com/> Unlocking the Private Library, a symposium which will be held at Winchester College, in partnership with the University of Birmingham, on Saturday 9 February.
This symposium is open to anyone interested in the past and future of private libraries as resources for scholars and communities. It will showcase new research into a range of collections, including early modern books at Hereford Cathedral and Petworth House. There will also be an opportunity to view an exhibition of books from the Fellows' Library of Winchester College in the course of the day.
The keynote address will be given by Mark Purcell, Libraries Curator to the National Trust.
Registration: £10 standard, £5 students (includes lunch and refreshments).
For details of the programme and how to register, please visit our website<http://unlockingtheprivatelibrary.wordpress.com/>.