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Here are a few things for the German readers among you – with one bonus English article, so I’ll start with that one: A woman from a medieval monastery close to Paderborn has been identified as a scribe through blue … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s post reminded me that I have not written about the Forum yet… so here are at least some pictures that I took to hopefully delight you! There was another instance of the Pompeii Dyeing Experiment, so liquids were boiled … Continue reading

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It’s time again for some Calls for Papers! First a non-textile, but interesting-sounding one: Trial By Fire Conference | 17-18 May 2019 | Institute of Archaeology UCL A free interdisciplinary conference about the transformative power of fire Whether your interest … Continue reading

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On May 20-23, the first conference on Wild and Domesticated Mammal Hair will take place in Budapest, Hungary. There’s no programme online yet, but you can register for the conference via a form on the website, and you can also … Continue reading

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There’s a new exhibition on at the University of Manchester Library, called “The Alchemy of Colour”. It will be running into August, and it does look very fascinating – it’s a pity I won’t be able to make it, but … Continue reading

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We now interrupt your regularly scheduled blog with a double Call for Papers – here you go: Lessons Learned: Textile Conservation – Then and Now 12th North American Textile Conservation Conference, Ottawa, Canada, September 23 – 29, 2019 The twelfth biennial North American … Continue reading

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It’s time to throw some unsorted links at you again. Most of the stuff is in German – sorry for those of you who don’t read it, but they are just too interesting to pass them up. Anke Domaske is … Continue reading

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