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  • Date22 February 2019

Posted on 22/02/2019

Bookings for the Collections in Circulation conference on 9-10 May 2019 are now being taken, ahead of the early bird booking deadline of 18 March 2019.

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Book now to guarantee a place! Details of how to register are available on the Conference Booking Page

Full details of the programme, the abstracts and biographies of all speakers and chairs are now available on the Mobile Museum project website

The Conference will take place at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on Thursday 9th and Friday 10th May 2019. The programme includes a reception in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery and tours of economic botany and library, art and archives.

Speakers include Claudia Augustat (Vienna), Paul Basu (London), Joshua Bell (Washington), Martha Fleming (Copenhagen), Tony Kanellos (Adelaide), Sally Gregory Kohlstedt (Minneapolis), Luciana Martins (London), Wayne Modest (Amsterdam), Catherine Nichols (Chicago), Jude Philp (Sydney), Daniel Simpson (London), Alice Stevenson (London), and members of the Mobile Museum project team.

We look forward to welcoming you to Kew on 9-10 May.

Felix Driver & the Mobile Museum Team

Webpage: https://royalholloway.ac.uk/mobilemuseum/conference
Email: mobilemuseum@kew.org
Twitter: @KewMobileMuseum #KewMobileMuseum

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