Posts Tagged: archive

Visit to the Oslo Cathedral School Library

The Printed and the Built team was this week very kindly invited to the library of the Oslo Cathedral School – a veritable treasure-trove! Its librarian, Ernst Bjerke, generously showed us around his subterranean realm, a suite of rooms packed

Visit to the Oslo Cathedral School Library

The Printed and the Built team was this week very kindly invited to the library of the Oslo Cathedral School – a veritable treasure-trove! Its librarian, Ernst Bjerke, generously showed us around his subterranean realm, a suite of rooms packed

Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition

Even if The Printed and the Built mainly focuses on the relation between the built environment and print culture in 19th and early 20th-century Europe, some anachronistic incursions into the recent past might also occur. Lea-Catherine Szacka’s postdoctoral research project,

Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition

Even if The Printed and the Built mainly focuses on the relation between the built environment and print culture in 19th and early 20th-century Europe, some anachronistic incursions into the recent past might also occur. Lea-Catherine Szacka’s postdoctoral research project,