Senate House Library Friends Lectures: Autumn 2012

Tuesday 16 October 2012: 6.00pm: Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House
ANNUAL CHARLES HOLDEN LECTURE: Andrew Brown (Cambridge University Press):
‘ “A Future for academic publishing”: Disseminating Arts and Humanities Research in a Digital World’

Andrew Brown is International Development Director at Cambridge University Press. He joined CUP in 1976 as an editor on the literature list, became Editorial Director for the Humanities in 1990, and from 2001-2011 was Managing Director of the Academic Division. His current role involves new publishing ventures in India, China, and Brazil. He edited George Eliot’s Romola for the Clarendon Edition and writes on the Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer Lytton.

Tuesday 13 November 2012: 6.00pm: Seng T Lee Centre, Senate House Library
‘The future of the academic library and the role of JISC’
As Content Director at JISC, Catherine Grout is responsible for the delivery of JISC programmes and projects in the e-content area.  Her specialist areas are digital archiving, internet businesss models and film, sound and image services.  She has worked in digital technology for education since the mid 1990’s and has worked on a number of pioneering projects and services including the Visual Arts Data Service which deliver innovative new digital resources for education and research.

Attendance free.  All welcome.  If you would like to attend either event, please contact Senate House Library office: | tel. 020 7862 8411.

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