The 2022 conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing took place in Amsterdam from 11 to 15 July 2022.


To download the programme booklet, read the closing remarks by Paul van Capelleveen or look at some photos, click here.


The revised and final version of the program is online.

Sharp 2020 was postponed to 2022. Click here for more info.

Thank you @sharpamsterdam, Prof. Kuitert and my fellow speakers for a wonderful kick-off. Thrilled to have presented on books as textual universes in Everyman's Library, "Rewriting and reprinting for social change" panel. Loads of food for thought!

Thank you to everyone who's shared their experiences of print/e-/audiobooks! (Study discussed @sharpamsterdam #SHARP2022.) If you have a few minutes to take the survey, it's open at https://angliaruskin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/print-books-e-books-audiobooks-2022 Please RT! @SHARPorgNews @dmndkng @Shaf_Towheed @lauragrayblair

If anyone attended my talk on @booktracesuva at @sharpamsterdam and would like to hear more about the project, here's a good intro! Recorded with @topshelver in late 2020. https://twitter.com/UCHI_UConn/status/1550206733351534598

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Today’s watch:

@khj5c and @topshelver talk @booktracesuva and what we learn from the objects people leave in books. #DHMS #digitalhumanites #bookhistory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCpeyUD0tOU

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