About the event
The Bodleian Library preserves the world's largest collection of manuscripts and books belonging to John Locke (1632-1704). This workshop considers developments in the study of Locke's books and manuscripts since John Harrison and Peter Laslett's The Library of John Locke (1971), and in the light of the ongoing Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke, and it examines several recent discoveries about Locke's practices as a reader, writer, and book owner. A selection of Locke's books and manuscripts will be shown. Registration is required for this webinar. A detailed timetable will be available closer to the date of the event.
Teresa Bejan, Mark Goldie, Scott Mandelbrote, John Milton, Will Poole, Jacqueline Rose, Felix Waldmann, JC Walmsley, Bill Zachs
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