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Durham University

Department of English Studies

Gower, His Contemporaries, and Their Legacy in MSS and Early Printed Books, 1350-1550

The fifteenth biennial conference of the Early Book Society and the IVth International Congress of the John Gower Society was hosted by the University of Durham, UK, from 9th to 14th July 2017. The Congress theme was ‘Gower, His Contemporaries, and Their Legacy in MSS and Early Printed Books, 1350-1550’. This event was organised under the auspices of the Early Book Society and the John Gower Society; the local organizers were Elizabeth Archibald and Corinne Saunders (Department of English Studies, Durham), and the co-chairs were Martha Driver (Early Book Society) and Bob Yeager (John Gower Society). Administrative support was provided by Anna Dow
(a.e.dow@durham.ac.uk).

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Acknowledgements

We are grateful to Event Durham, Palace Green Library, Durham Cathedral Library, Ushaw College, University College, Hatfield College, St Cuthbert’s Society, IMEMS, the Department of English Studies and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for their help in organising this event, with special mention to Daryl Dowding, Richard Gameson, Lisa Di Tommaso, Sheila Hingley and Alistair Brown.

Durham Cathedral

View of Durham Cathedral and Castle, a World Heritage Site