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Since 1972, the Book Arts Press and Rare Book School have offered more than 600 public lectures on a wide variety of bibliographical topics.

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Since 1972, the Book Arts Press and Rare Book School have offered more than 600 public lectures on a wide variety of bibliographical topics.

    "Protest on the Page: Print as an Affordance for Revolutionary Spirits" (RBS-Mellon Lecture)

    "Protest on the Page: Print as an Affordance for Revolutionary Spirits" (RBS-Mellon Lecture)

    RBS-Mellon lecture by Pamela Klassen (Professor in the Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto), given at Franklin & Marshall College on 25 October 2017.

    See https://rarebookschool.org/all-programs/events/protest-on-the-page/ for more information on this event.

    • 1 u. 13 min.
    "The Never-ending Popularity of Njáls Saga: The Manuscript Evidence" (RBS-Mellon Lecture)

    "The Never-ending Popularity of Njáls Saga: The Manuscript Evidence" (RBS-Mellon Lecture)

    RBS-Mellon lecture by Svanhildur Óskarsdóttir (Research Associate Professor, Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, University of Iceland), given at the University of Maine on 30 March 2017.

    See https://rarebookschool.org/all-programs/events/njals-saga/ for more information about this event.

    • 1 u. 1 min.
    "The Futures of Handwriting" (SoFCB Conference) - 12 April 2019

    "The Futures of Handwriting" (SoFCB Conference) - 12 April 2019

    This recording is of conference Session 2:

    Towards a Critical Bibliography of the Handwritten
    Chair: Dale Billingsley, University of Louisville

    “Messy Writings: Unraveling Korean Manuscript Books”
    Hwisang Cho, Emory University

    “Citational and Citationless: Reading the Development of Indian Yunani
    Medicine in the Margins of Arabic and Persian Manuscripts”
    Deborah Schlein, Princeton University

    “Blanks, Paperwork, Racialization”
    John Garcia, California State University – Northridge

    “Transcription of Early Modern Handwriting and the
    Slow Reading Movement: Notes from the Field”
    Heather Wolfe, Folger Shakespeare Library

    See https://rarebookschool.org/all-programs/events/the-futures-of-handwriting-sofcb/ for more information about this event.

    • 1 u. 13 min.
    "Muslims & Manuscripts" (SoFCB Program) - 23 April 2019

    "Muslims & Manuscripts" (SoFCB Program) - 23 April 2019

    Featuring "The Message & the Messengers: Artistic Illustrations of the Qur’an and the Prophets in Islamic Manuscripts"

    Betts Auditorium, Architecture Building, Princeton University

    Dr. Tehseen Thaver, Assistant Professor of Religion, Princeton University

    Dr. Christiane Gruber, Professor and Associate Chair, History of Art, University of Michigan

    See https://rarebookschool.org/all-programs/events/muslims-manuscripts-sofcb/ for more information about this event.

    • 1 u. 39 min.
    Stallybrass, Peter - "Thrift, Horatio, Thrift: Recycling Woodcuts and the Printing of Books"

    Stallybrass, Peter - "Thrift, Horatio, Thrift: Recycling Woodcuts and the Printing of Books"

    Lecture 513 (30 July 2008)

    • 39 min.
    Krupp, Andrea - "Nineteenth-Century Books Up Close: Bookcloth Grain Patterns"

    Krupp, Andrea - "Nineteenth-Century Books Up Close: Bookcloth Grain Patterns"

    Lecture 512 (28 July 2008)

    • 46 min.

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