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BSA program applications: two deadlines coming soon!

The BSA New Scholars Program – Applications Due Sept. 3, 2021 The Bibliographical Society of America’s New Scholars Program promotes the work of scholars new to bibliography, broadly defined to include the creation, production, publication, distribution, reception, transmission, and subsequent history of all textual artifacts. This includes manuscript, print, and digital media, from clay and … Read More

RIB work-in-progress workshop

The Rutgers Initiative for the Book will host a work-in-progress workshop this spring (2021) for any graduate students who would like peer feedback on article drafts or dissertation chapters dealing with print culture, reading and reception, or any other aspect of the material book.  Students from all time/place areas and all stages of the program are welcome; … Read More

University Press Summer Internships

The Rutgers Book Initiative is sponsoring, jointly with the SAS Dean of Humanities, 2 paid summer internships at university presses. These internships will allow graduate students to build on their own research interests while gain new skills and fostering public engagement in the humanities.   Call for Applications – Deadline February 22, 2021  Graduate Public Humanities Internships, … Read More

NJ Book Arts Symposium on Nov. 5 & 6 and 12 & 13

coming soon: NJ Book Arts Symposium on Nov. 5 & 6 and 12 & 13.   with: speakers, panels, exhibits, artist in residence, and interactions with other book artists; live and pre-recorded presentations, virtual studio tours and demonstrations, AR exhibit, and do-at-home workshops. More information forthcoming!

Prof. Daniela Bleichmar at Princeton

Please circulate widely: Prof. Daniela Bleichmar speaking at Princeton on “The Codex Mendoza and the Study of Mexican Indigenous Manuscripts as Books and Media” More information here: https://history.princeton.edu/news-events/events/committee-study-books-media-codex-mendoza-and-study-mexican-indigenous