Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Rare Book School Summer Courses

Are you interested in the history of the book? Why not take a spring or summer course at Rare Book School.

The 2015 spring/summer course schedule is now online.

Spring 2015

10–15 May in Bloomington, IN

L-45 Reference Sources for Researching Printed AmericanaNew Course Joel Silver

Summer 2015

7–12 June in Charlottesville, VA

I-20 Book Illustration Processes to 1900 Terry Belanger
C-30 Developing Collections: Donors, Libraries & Booksellers Tom Congalton, Johan Kugelberg & Katherine Reagan
L-25 Reference Sources for Researching Rare Books Joel Silver
G-70 Advanced Seminar in Critical Bibliography Michael F. Suarez, S.J.
G-55 Scholarly Editing: Principles & Practice David Vander Meulen

14–19 June in Charlottesville, VA

H-60 The History of European & American Papermaking Timothy Barrett & John Bidwell
H-10 The History of the Book, 200–2000 John Buchtel & Mark Dimunation
M-10 Introduction to Paleography, 800–1500 Consuelo Dutschke
T-60 The History of 19th- & 20th-Century Typography & Printing John Kristensen & Katherine McCanless Ruffin
L-100 Digital Approaches to Bibliography & Book HistoryNew Course Benjamin F. Pauley & Carl G. Stahmer
G-20 Printed Books to 1800: Description & Analysis David Whitesell

5–10 July in Charlottesville, VA

I-10 The History of Printed Book Illustration in the West Erin C. Blake
B-75 American Publishers’ Bookbindings, 1800–1900 Todd Pattison
L-70 XML in Action: Creating Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Texts David Seaman
B-50 Advanced Seminar in the History of Bookbinding Jan Storm van Leeuwen
G-45 Analytical Bibliography Stephen Tabor

5–10 July in Philadelphia, PA

H-70 The History of the Book in America, c.1700–1830 James N. Green
M-95 The Medieval Manuscript in the Twenty-First Century Will Noel & Dot Porter
H-105 The Bible and Histories of ReadingNew Course Peter Stallybrass

19–24 July in Charlottesville, VA

H-85 The History of the Book in China Soren Edgren
H-40 The Printed Book in the West since 1800 Eric Holzenberg
L-30 Rare Book Cataloging Deborah J. Leslie
B-10 Introduction to the History of Bookbinding Jan Storm van Leeuwen
M-70 The Handwriting & Culture of Early Modern English Manuscripts Heather Wolfe

26–31 July in Charlottesville, VA

H-35 Modern Art of the BookNew Course Johanna Drucker
C-90 Provenance: Tracing Owners & Collections David Pearson
G-70 Advanced Seminar in Critical Bibliography Michael F. Suarez, S.J.
G-10 Introduction to the Principles of Bibliographical Description David Whitesell
H-95 Reading Publishers’ Archives for the Study of the American BookNew Course Michael Winship

26–31 July in Washington, DC

H-100 The Eighteenth-Century BookNew Course Mark Dimunation
L-105 Preservation Imaging: Science, Scholarship, and the ArtifactNew Course Fenella France
H-110 The Art & Science of Cartography, 200–1550New Course John Hessler
L-40 Visual Materials Cataloging Helena Zinkham

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