The Library of Stains project reaches out to a broad audience through multiple vectors of communication.  In conjunction with formal academic dissemination efforts delivering papers at conferences (details to be confirmed) and through publications, we have established our presence on a variety of social media platforms, including facebook, twitter, instagram, flickr, and a blog series to reach to both public and scholarly communities.

We will be using the hash tag #StainAlive throughout social media to create a cross-platform social media narrative.

With frequent posts across all formats, we hope to engage and excite both academic and public audiences interested in the medieval world and the lived experiences of medieval scribes, scholars, and readers.

Follow us on your preferred platform, and engage with us!

Social Media links

Twitter: @labeculaevivae
Facebook: Labeculae Vivae
Google+: Labeculae Vivae
Instagram: @labeculaevivae
Flickr: @labeculaevivae
Pinterest: Labeculae Vivae
Researchgate: Labeculae Vivae

In the news:

Avril, Tom. 2018. ‘Scans Reveal Secrets of Medieval “Harry Potter” Book and Medical Texts at Penn’. The Inquirer, 14 May 2018, sec. Health – Science. http://www.philly.com/philly/health/science/482322202.html (accessed 22 May 2018).
Worland, Gayle. 2018. ‘Old Books with Old Stains Get a New Look’, 20 May 2018, sec. Entertainment. http://host.madison.com/wsj/entertainment/books/old-books-with-old-stains-get-a-new-look/article_971c7add-0347-5dff-bcd7-7634de16a1fd.html (accessed 22 May 2018).



Shepard, Louisa. 2018. ‘Stains Alive’. Penn Today, 11 July 2918, sec. Libraries. https://penntoday.upenn.edu/news/stains-alive (accessed 11 July 2018)

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