Murali Ranganathan

By Murali Ranganathan 27 December 2021

Printing museums across the world have become success stories but it is not plain sailing always. The story of the Melbourne Museum of Print...


By Charmiane Alexander 24 November 2021

On 26 November, print historian Murali Ranganathan will talk about the print culture in the Parsi community going back to 250 years. His foc...


By Murali Ranganathan 17 November 2021

The story of how the first printing press in Egypt became the core of a printing museum housed in a global institution


By Murali Ranganathan 23 February 2021

An exciting new generation of print historians has emerged as we enter the third decade of the twenty-first century. Bristling with new idea...


By Murali Ranganathan 29 January 2021

Traversing the overlapping print worlds of Portuguese, Konkani and English, Rochelle Pinto has been studying how colonialism and its afterma...


By Murali Ranganathan 22 December 2020

Abhijit Gupta is one of the leading practitioners of book history in twenty-first century India. He looks back at the work done in the past ...


By Murali Ranganathan 28 November 2020

The story of a French librarian who investigated the opening of a new chapter of printing in eighteenth century India and its European conne...


By Murali Ranganathan 16 October 2020

How a librarian from pre-independence India recast himself as print historian


By Murali Ranganathan 09 September 2020

One of the leading print historians of India, A R Venkatachalapathy has focussed on the print culture associated with the Tamil language and...


By Murali Ranganathan 29 July 2020

Print may have reached the shores of India accidentally in 1556 (the original destination of the printing press was Ethiopia); it may have h...


By Murali Ranganathan 29 July 2020

When a young Graham Shaw, recently graduated (with specialization in Sanskrit and Hindi) from the School of Oriental and African Studies at ...


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