We've been a bit quiet on the conference blog for a while, but still busily working away in the background, we assure you. And now we have something to show for it, as we've established a really exciting new collaboration. On Friday Rhiannon and I had a meeting at Cardiff University with Special Collections librarians and academics to see how we might collaborate for our Locating Boccaccio events next year.
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