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Nigel Hall: Erasable writing technologies: a material history

Date: 4 May 2010 Time: 1.00 - 2.00 pm

Venue: Institute for Advanced Studies Meeting Room 1

It is a tribute to the staying power of writing that so much of it still exists in so many forms in museums, libraries and archives.

However, a vast amount has been designed out of existence by being created using erasable writing technologies. These have been an intrinsic partners of other writing technologies for thousands of years and clearly have been a very significant elements in people's writing experiences. This session will present a brief look at the major (and some of the minor) erasable writing technologies that have accompanied human activity across five millennia.

Nigel Hall, Manchester Metropolitan University

Event website: http://literacy.lancs.ac.uk

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

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Organising departments and research centres: Lancaster Literacy Research Centre, Linguistics and English Language

Keywords: Literacies, Literacy

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