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Lectures and Events

Rare Book School sponsors a number of free, open-to-the-public evening lectures each year at the University of Virginia on a wide variety of bibliographical topics; please browse our list of past lectures for a sampling. RBS lectures are usually held Mondays and Wednesdays while RBS is in session, at 5:30 pm in the Auditorium of the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library. A reception follows in 118 Alderman Library. Note that there will be a Tuesday event in 2014 (22 July).

Upcoming Public Lectures

No. Date Lecturer Background Title Location
573 7/21/2014 Ben Pauley Associate Professor of English, Eastern Connecticut State University "Remediating Book History" UVA Special Collections
574 7/22/2014 (Tuesday) Paul Needham & Nick Wilding Scheide Librarian, Princeton University & Associate Professor in Early Modern History, Georgia State University "Learning from Galileo" UVA Special Collections
575 7/28/2014 Nicholas Basbanes Author "Common Bond: Tales of a World Awash in Paper" UVA Special Collections
576 7/30/2014 Goran Proot Andrew W. Mellon Curator of Rare Books, Folger Shakespeare Library "Big Data and the Study of Early Modern Books" UVA Special Collections

Past Lectures

Lectures with linked titles (appearing in blue) are available for audio streaming. Please click to listen.

No. Date Lecturer Background Title Location
572 7/9/2014 Scott E. Casper Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and Professor of History at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County "Teaching American Book History: Perspectives after Two Decades" UVA Special Collections
571 7/7/2014 Mark Tomasko Collector/Writer/Researcher "The Art of Bank Note Engraving" UVA Special Collections
570 6/18/2014 Karen Keninger Director, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped "That All May Read: A Brief History of Braille and Talking Books" UVA Special Collections
569 6/16/2014 Fenella France Chief of the Preservation Research and Testing Division, Library of Congress "Revealing Within: Non-Invasive Spectral Imaging of Historic Materials" UVA Special Collections
568 6/11/2014 Matthew G. Kirschenbaum Associate Director, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) "INVALID.KEYSTROKE: John Updike and the Bibliography of Word Processing" UVA Special Collections
567 6/9/2014 Janice Radway Walter Dill Scott Professor of Communication Studies, Northwestern University "Riot Grrrl History, Underground Itineraries, and Girl Zine Networks: Unruly Subjects in the 1990s and Beyond " UVA Special Collections
566 10/31/2013 Will Noel Director of the Special Collections Center & Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, University of Pennsylvania "Global Digital Libraries: Some Principles and an Idea" UVA Special Collections
565 7/31/2013 G. Scott Clemons Book Collector "How Aldus Manutius Saved Western Civilization" UVA Special Collections
564 7/29/2013 Brian Geiger Director of the Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research, University of California, Riverside "Transforming the English Short Title Catalogue into a 21st Century Research Tool" UVA Special Collections
563 7/24/2013 Garrett Herman Book Collector "Collecting Darwin: A Journey through My World of Evolution" UVA Special Collections
562 7/22/2013 Edward Leahy Book Collector "The Chase That Never Ends" UVA Special Collections
561 7/10/2013 Lisa Gitelman Professor of English and of Media, Culture, & Communication, New York University "Non-Codex for Good and By Design" UVA Special Collections
560 7/8/2013 Margaret Stetz Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies and Professor of Humanities, University of Delaware "John S. Goodall and the Politics of British Picture Books" UVA Special Collections
559 6/19/2013 Jerome McGann John Stewart Bryan Professor of English, University of Virginia "Memory Now" UVA Special Collections
558 6/18/2013 David J. Shaw Honorary Senior Research Fellow, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent "Revived, Kidnapped, Rescued, and Rebuilt : Canterbury Cathedral Library in the Seventeenth Century" Beinecke Library Mezzanine, Yale
557 6/17/2013 Sharon Mintz Curator of Jewish Art, Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary "Envisioning Esther: The Art and History of Illustrated Esther Scrolls" UVA Special Collections
556 6/12/2013 Kara McClurken Head of Preservation Services, University of Virginia Libraries "Thinking Inside the Box: Protective Enclosures for Your Collections" UVA Special Collections
555 6/10/2013 Stephen Karian Associate Professor of English, University of Missouri "Bibliography in the Digital Age" UVA Special Collections
554 10/24/2012 Julia Miller Book Conservator and Independent Scholar "Standing in the Shadow [of the Text]: The Value of Studying Historical Bindings" Special Collections
553 7/25/2012 Ezra Greenspan Edmund J. and Louise W. Kahn Chair in Humanities, Southern Methodist University "The Biographer and the Mysteries of the Archive: The Case of William Wells Brown" Special Collections
552 7/23/2012 Matthew Carter Type Designer and 2010 MacArthur Fellow "Genuine Imitations" - 2012 Sol. M. and Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin Lecture Special Collections
551 7/18/2012 Sue Gosin Co-founder of Dieu Donné Press & Paper "Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Revival of Hand Papermaking in the 20th & 21st Centuries" Special Collections
550 7/16/2012 Stuart Bennett Owner, Stuart Bennett Rare Books "Trade Bookbinding in the British Isles, 1660-1800" Special Collections
549 7/4/2012 Matthew P. Brown Director, The Center for the Book at the University of Iowa "Bell's Liberties" Jefferson Hall
548 7/2/2012 Johan Kugelberg Author/Curator/Archivist "Documenting Counter-Culture: Problems and Solutions in the Preservation of Unpopular Historical Narratives" Special Collections
547 6/13/2012 Anne-Marie Eze Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston "A Most Fascinating and Dangerous Pursuit: Rare Books at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum" Special Collections
546 6/11/2012 Ed Hirschland President, The Landhardt Corporation "A Funhouse Mirror—Reflecting on Books, Collecting and Chicago History" Special Collections
545 6/6/2012 Soren Edgren East Asian Studies Department, Princeton University "Papermaking and Woodblock Printing in Chinese Book History" Special Collections
544 6/4/2012 Jeff Peachey Conservator and Maker of Conservation Tools "Reconstructing Diderot: Eighteenth Century French Bookbinding" Special Collections
543 2/1/2012 Tomás Gómez-Arostegui Associate Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School Copyright at Common Law before 1710 and Its Modern Implications Special Collections
542 1/9/2012 Abigail Quandt Senior Conservator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Walters Art Museum The Challenge of a Lifetime: Conserving the Archimedes Palimpsest Walters Art Museum
541 7/27/2011 Leah Price Professor of English, Harvard University Force-Reading: Captive Audiences in 19th-Century Britain Special Collections
540 7/25/2011 Terry Belanger University Professor Emeritus, University of Virginia; Founding Director of Rare Book School Parallel Lines Never Meet: Dolphins and Anchors and Aldus || Book Historians and Numismatists and Roman Coins Special Collections
539 7/20/2011 Andrea Krupp Conservator, Library Company of Philadelphia The Artist’s Eye: Observing and Recording the Details of Book Bindings Special Collections
538 7/18/2011 Siva Vaidhyanathan Professor of Media Studies, University of Virginia Googlization and the Future (and Past) of Books Special Collections
537 7/6/2011 Andrea Immel Curator, Cotsen Children’s Library The Hue and Cry after Black George: The Progress of a Mid-Eighteenth Century London Engraver, Political  Printseller, Pornographer, Jacobite,  and Children’s Book Publisher Clemons 201
536 7/4/2011 Selby Kiffer Vice President, Books and Manuscripts Dept, Sotheby’s Printing the Declaration of Independence—and Selling It Jefferson Hall
535 6/15/2011 Robert H. Jackson Founding & Senior Partner, Kohrman Jackson & Krantz PLL Victorian Serials: Essential Parts of the 19th-Century Imagination Rotunda Dome Room
534 6/13/2011 John Robinson Block Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Toledo Blade Confessions of a Book Collector” Special Collections
533 6/8/2011 Terry Belanger University Professor Emeritus, University of Virginia; Founding Director of Rare Book School Big Birds: Teaching with Audubons (or Lack of) Special Collections
532 6/6/2011 Ann Blair Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, Harvard University Managing Information in Manuscript and in Print in Early Modern Europe Clemons 201
531 7/28/2010 Steve Beare Independent Scholar Samuel Dodd, a Rural Bookbinder's Toolcutter from Bloomfield, New Jersey Clemons 201
530 7/26/2010 Ian Desai Postdoctoral Associate and Lecture, South Asian Studies and History, Yale University Special Collections: Exploring the Books Behind Mahatma Gandhi's Enterprise Clemons 201
529 7/21/2010 Todd Pattison Senior Book Conservator, Northeast Document Conservation Center "19th Century Bookbinding Mistakes" Clemons 201
528 7/19/2010 Michael Winship Iris Howard Regents Professor of English, University of Texas at Austin The Tragedy of the Book Industry? Bookstores and Book Distribution in the United States Clemons 201
527 7/14/2010 Kurtis R. Schaeffer Professor in the History of Religions section of the Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia Tibetan Books: History and Form Clemons 201
526 7/12/2010 Michael Russem Kat Ran Press, Cambridge and Florence, MA Postage Stamps by Type Designers: A Primer Clemons 201
525 6/16/2010 James Goode Collector, Author and Former Curator of the Smithsonian Institution Castle Three Centuries of the American Bookplate Clemons 201
524 6/14/2010 David Vander Meulen Professor, English Department, University of Virginia Bibliographical Analysis in the “Digital Age” Clemons 201
523 6/9/2010 Dan Raff Associate Professor of Management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "The Immaterial Text: Books as Information and the Google Settlement Considered as a Deal" 109 Alderman Library
522 6/7/2010 John Kristensen Firefly Press, Boston, MA "The Heavyweight Bout: Linotype vs Monotype. The Two Dominant Technologies of Hot-Metal Typesetting Square Off" Clemons 201
521 1/4/2010 Michael F. Suarez, S.J. Director, Rare Book School "Book History: What It Is and What It Might Become." Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD
520 11/4/2009 William Helfand President, The Grolier Club of New York "The Company of Undertakers: Learning from a Print Collection The Grolier Club, NYC
519 8/3/2009 Andrew Stauffer Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Virginia “Are Digital Editions for Real?” Clemons Library, UVa.
518 7/27/2009 Stephen Greenberg Coordinator of Public Services, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine “They've Got WHAT? Hidden Treasures of the National Library of Medicine.” Clemons Library, UVa.
517 7/20/2009 Mark Dimunation Chief, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress “I Cannot Live Without Jefferson’s Books: Rebuilding a Foundation Collection at the Library of Congress.” Clemons Library, UVa.
516 6/22/2009 Roger Stoddard Associate, Department of English & American Literature & Language, Harvard University “B. H. B. in Retrospect: Bernard H. Breslauer, Bookseller of the World.” Clemons Library, UVa.
515 6/8/2009 Stephen Enniss Eric Weinmann Librarian, Folger Shakespeare Library “‘Exit, pursued by a bear’: Reflections on Libraries, Wall Street, and Things that Last.” Clemons Library, UVa.
514 1/6/2009 Jan Storm van Leeuwen Retired Keeper of the Binding Collection at the Dutch Royal Library in The Hague “Bookbindings: Depicted and Real, On Chemise and Girdle Bindings, and Other Special and Plain Bindings from the 15th to the 19th Centuries” Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD
513 7/30/2008 Peter Stallybrass Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities, Professor of English and of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, and Director of the Center for the Book, University Pennsylvania “Thrift, Horatio, Thrift: Recycling Woodcuts and the Printing of Books” Clemons Library, UVa.
512 7/28/2008 Andrea Krupp Conservator, Library Company of Philadelphia “Nineteenth-Century Books Up Close: Bookcloth Grain Patterns” Clemons Library, UVa.
511 7/21/2008 Richard Kuhta Eric Weinmann Librarian, Folger Shakespeare Library “The Future of Research and Rare Book Libraries (and What It Will Take for Them to Have a Future).” Clemons Library, UVa.
510 7/9/2008 Russell Johnson Archivist/Cataloger, Special Collections, Louise Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA “More Baby Books than You Can Shake a Rattle At: Building a New Collection for Research in the History of Infant Development.” Clemons Library, UVa.
509 7/7/2008 Alice Hudson Chief, Map Division, New York Public Library “Alice's Top Ten List: Rare Maps: Keeping Them Under Control, Letting Them Go Public.” Clemons Library, UVa.
508 6/18/2008 Sumner Stone Type Designer & Typefounder “Warp & Woof: History, Craft, Concept and Culture in Early Digital Type Design.” Clemons Library, UVa.
507 6/16/2008 William Noel Curator of MSS and Rare Books, Walters Art Museum “Writing Off Archimedes: Ten Years of Work on the Archimedes Palimpsest.” Clemons Library, UVa.
506 6/09/2008 Steve Beare Independent Scholar “John Feely Meets Samuel Dodd: The Use of Internet Databases in Studying the History of the American Book Trades.” Clemons Library, UVa.
505 1/08/2008 Frank M. Turner Director, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University “Meditations on the Beinecke Directorship” The Grolier Club, NYC
504 10/15/2007 Timothy Stinson CLIR Postdoctoral fellow, Digital Knowledge Center, Johns Hopkins University “Counting Sheep: What DNA Can Reveal about Medieval Manuscripts and Texts.” Alderman Library, UVa.
503 7/30/2007 Richard Kuhta Eric Weinmann Librarian, Folger Shakespeare Library “The Trevelyon Miscellany of 1608: Making It a Book Again.” Clemons Library, UVa.
502 7/23/2007 Andrea Immel Curator, Cotsen Children's Library, Princeton University “Scissors, Prints and Paste: Frederick and Amelia Lock Make a Scrapbook at Norbury Park in 1791.” Clemons Library, UVa.
501 7/18/2007 Ian Willison, CBE Co-General Editor, The Book in Britain “Brave New World or Mere Anarchy? Reflections on the Revolution in National Research Librarianship.” Dome Room, Rotunda
500 7/16/2007 James N. Green Librarian, Library Company of Philadelphia “'All Sorts of Printing at reasonable Rates': Franklin's Way to Wealth as a Job Printer.” Small Special Collections Library, UVa.
499 6/12/2007 Michael Suarez, S.J. Associate Professor in English, Fordham University and Tutor in English, Campion Hall, Oxford University “'Thou Shall Not Sit with Statisticians': Bibliography, Book History, and the Difficulties of Counting to Three.” Clemons Library, UVa.
498 6/11/2007 Alice Prochaska University Librarian, Yale University “Cultural Restitution: Dilemmas and Cases in Europe and North America.” Small Special Collections Library, UVa.
497 6/4/2007 Steve Beare Independent Scholar “The Pattern Book of Samuel Dodd, c19 New Jersey Engraver of Binding Stamps: A Remarkable Discovery.” Clemons Library, UVa.
496 1/9/2007 Eric Holzenberg Director, the Grolier Club “The Bibliomaniac’s Progress: Sir Thomas Phillipps.” Exhibition Hall of the Grolier Club.
495 12/15/2006 Terry Belanger University Professor and Honorary Curator of Special Collections, University of Virginia “The State of the Bibliographical Nation: 2006.” The 2006 Sol M. and Mary Ann O'Brian Malkin Lecture. UVa Rotunda Dome Room.
494 10/02/2006 William Noel Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, the Walters Art Museum “Splashing out of the Bath: The Archimedes Palimpsest.” The Grolier Club, NYC; repeated 14 August at the Engineering Society of Baltimore
493 7/24/2006 Christian Dupont Director, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia “ ‘Take Things Always by Their Smooth Handle,’ and Other Advices for a New Director.” UVa Rotunda Dome Room
492 7/17/2006 Vincent Golden Curator of Newspapers, American Antiquarian Society “Chasing the Dumpster: Collecting American Newspapers.” UVa Rotunda Dome Room
491 6/12/2006 Barbara Heritage Curator of Collections, Rare Book School “Eyre's Heirs,” the Jane Eyre exhibition, which she co-curated, currently on view in the Dome Room of UVa's Rotunda. Clemons Library, UVa
490 6/6/2006 Donald Etherington and Monique Lallier Etherington Conservation Studios “Our Work and How We Influence Each Other.” Clemons Library, UVa
489 6/5/2006 Michael Winship Professor of English, University of Texas at Austin “Pitching Theoretical Tents: A Lecture Celebrating RBS's Acquisition of Its 100th Copy of John Greenleaf Whittier's Tent on the Beach (1867).” Clemons Library, UVa
488 3/6/2006 John Buchtel Curator of Rare Books, Johns Hopkins University Libraries Jane Eyre Goes to the Rotunda: The Biography of a Classic Novel.” UVa Rotunda Dome Room
487 1/10/2006 David H. Stam Senior Scholar, History Department, Syracuse University “Innocents on Ice: The Evolution of an Exhibition.” The Grolier Club, NYC
486 12/9/2005 Karen Chase Professor of English, University of Virginia “Who's/Whose Jane Eyre?” UVa Rotunda Dome Room
485 7/27/2005 Richard Wendorf Stanford Catherwood Director and Librarian, Boston Athenaeum “The Scholar-Librarian.” UVa Rotunda Dome Room
484 7/18/2005 David Whitesell Rare Book Cataloger, Houghton Library, Harvard University “Quixotic Typography: Composing Maps and Illustrations Using Special Letterpress Fonts.” Clemons Library, UVa
483 7/11/2005 Jane Siegel Curator of Graphic Arts, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University “Teaching Penmanship in c19 America: A Comedy.” Clemons Library, UVa
482 6/27/2005 William Noel Curator of Manuscripts and Rare Books, Walters Art Museum “Where's My Towel? The Archimedes Palimpsest in 2005.” Engineering Society of Baltimore Library
481 6/13/2005 E Jennifer Monaghan Professor Emerita, Brooklyn College, CUNY “Learning to Read and Write in Colonial America.” Clemons Library, UVa
480 6/6/2005 Margaret Beck Pritchard Curator of Prints, Maps, and Wallpaper, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation “Degrees of Latitude: Mapping Colonial America.” Small Special Collections Library, UVa
479 1/4/2005 Irene Tichenor “The Practice of Typography: The Legacy of Theodore DeVinne.” The Grolier Club, NYC
478 8/2/2004 Sidney F Huttner Head, Special Collections, University of Iowa America's Favorite Book, 1860-1930: Owen Meredith's "Lucile" 201 Clemons Library, UVa
477 7/26/2004 Kenneth E Carpenter Asst Dir for Resources (retired), Harvard University Library Oaks from Acorns? The Historical Turning Points of American Learned Libraries 201 Clemons Library, UVa
476 7/12/2004 Mirjam Foot Prof of Library & Archive Studies, School of Lib & Info Studies, University College London 'Make Haste But Slowly; -- Binders at Work 201 Clemons Library, UVa
475 6/4/2004 David L Vander Meulen Professor, English Department, University of Virginia The Illustrated Illustrious Life of Warren Chappell 201 Clemons Library, UVa
474 3/11/2004 Justin Howes Curator, The Type Museum Typographical Monstronsities Jefferson Hall, Uva
473 3/8/2004 Charles Faulkner Bryan , Jr President and CEO, Virginia Historical Society The Myth of the American Historical Ignoramus Rotunda, UVa
472 3/1/2004 Andrew Atkinson Asst Prof of Digital Photography, Montclair State University The Search for the Permanent Photograph: The Woodburytype and 19th-Century Printing 116 Alderman, Uva
471 1/5/2004 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Printing Is Something You Can Pick Up and Hold in Your Hand
470 8/4/2003 Leon Jackson Dept of English, Univ of South Carolina The Printer As Author from Franklin to Whitman Rotunda, UVa
469 7/28/2003 William Noel Curator of MSS and Rare Books, Walters Art Museum King David and His Books in the Middle Ages
468 7/7/2003 John Bidwell Astor Curator, Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum Industrial Hubris: A Revisionist History of the Papermaking Machine
467 6/9/2003 John C Dagenais Professor of Spanish & Portuguese, UCLA Medieval Manuscripts in the 21st Century
466 1/6/2003 Christian Dupont Director, Albert & Shirley Small Sp Collns Library, University of Virginia Bringing Dante to America: Book Hunting and Bibliography in the Golden Age
465 11/20/2002 Jerome J McGann John Stewart Bryan University Prof, Department of English, University of Virginia Textonics: or The Study of Books in a Digital Age
464 8/5/2002 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Margaret Armstrong and Us
463 7/29/2002 Robert A. Gross Professor, Draper Chair of, Early American History, University of Connecticut Seeing the World in Print
462 7/15/2002 J Selby Kiffer Senior Vice President, Books and Manuscripts Dept, Sotheby's Dear Sir or Madam: I Have an Old Book: or, Not Everything in Your Attic is Gold
461 7/14/2003 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University All I Know about Book Design I Learned on the Racetrack
460 7/8/2002 Alan M Fern Director Emeritus, National Portrait Gallery The Photograph as Illustration
459 6/3/2002 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia The future of rare book libraries revisited
458 5/27/2002 Richard J Kuhta Librarian, Folger Shakespeare Library 'Farewell! Thou art too dear for my possessing': Shakespeare's First Folio and the rare book marketplace
457 3/11/2002 Barbara A. Shailor Deputy Provost for the Arts, Office of the Provost, Yale University Otto Ege: A Biblioclast and Modern Technology
456 1/7/2002 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Westward the Course of Books Takes Its Way: English Books and American Collectors in the Later c19 and Earlier c20
455 8/6/2001 William Noel Curator of MSS and Rare Books, Walters Art Museum Eureka? The Archimedes Palimpsest
454 7/30/2001 Michael Winship Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin Hawthorne and the Scribbling Women: Publishing The Scarlet Letter in the c19 United States. 201 Clemons Library, UVa
453 7/25/2001 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector The Origins of the Second-Hand Book Trade: The Market for Antiquarian Books in England between the Middle Ages and 1726 Rotunda, UVa
452 7/23/2001 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University The Vitality of Fritz Kredel's Book Illustrations [repeat, with variations, of lecture no. 448, 12 Mar 2001] 201 Clemons Library, UVa
451 7/16/2001 Marie E Korey Librarian, Robertson Davies Library, Massey College, University of Toronto From Bibliography to Book History: the Massey College Press and Other Special Collections of the Massey College Library Rotunda, UVa
450 6/4/2001 Jan Storm van Leeuwen Former Keeper, Bookbinding Collection, Koninklijke Bibliotheek On Bookbindings: Their Depictions, Their Owners and Their Contents 201 Clemons Library
449 3/22/2001 Steven Escar Smith Director and Wendler Professor, Cushing Library and Archives, Texas A&M University The Stars and the Bard: Pluto, Wm Shakespeare, the Beer-Can Launcher, and the Invention of the Hinman Collator McGregor Room, Alderman Library, UVa
448 3/12/2001 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University The Vitality of Fritz Kredel's Book Illustrations 201 Clemons Library, UVa
447 2/21/2001 Joseph Viscomi James G Kenan Professor of English, Dept of English, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill William Blake's Graphic Imagination: Origins of Illuminated Printing."21 February 2001. 201 Clemons Library, UVa
446 1/8/2001 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania Walter Van Tilburg Clark's "The Ox-Bow Incident": A Case Study in the Complexities of Book History" Alderman 1st flr staff lounge
445 8/9/2000 Brett Charbeneau Network Administrator, Williamsburg Regional Library How to Succeed in Bibliography without Really Trying Dome Room, Rotunda
444 7/31/2000 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania Hoosiers: Collecting the Unread and the Uninteresting Dome Room, Rotunda
443 7/24/2000 William S Reese President, William Reese Company Paul Mellon as a Collector of Americana and Virginiana Dome Room, Rotunda, UVa
442 6/26/2000 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University A Scholarly Printing House is Born: How and Why the Stinehour Press Came to Be
441 6/19/2000 Jackie Dooley Head, Special Collections and Archives, University of California, Irvine Mastering the Machines: Special Collections Librarians, Technology, and the Future Rotunda
440 5/7/2000 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Oughts: State of the Bibliographical Nation Alderman Library First Floor Staff Lounge
439 3/27/2000 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading A Hobble to Genius? The Design and Making of Type in France from Grandjean to Fournier BAP Classroom, 116 Alderman Library
438 3/12/2000 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Oughts: State of the Bibliographical Nation
437 3/13/2000 David Seaman Associate Librarian for Info Mgt, Baker Library, Dartmouth College 'Speaking of my Book as a Machine': Electronic Paper and Digital Ink
436 1/13/2000 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Oughts: State of the Bibliographical Nation
435 1/10/2000 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania Put 'em Up: Late Night Thoughts on Library Book Exhibitions Alderman Library First Floor Staff Lounge
434 5/8/2000 Mark Samuels Lasner Senior Research Fellow, University of Delaware Library A Bibliophile's Story
433 8/5/1999 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Report on a Bibliographical Decade.
432 8/4/1999 John Bidwell Astor Curator, Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum Industrial Hubris: A Revisionist History of the Papermaking Machine.
431 8/2/1999 W Speed Hill Emeritus Professor of English, Lehman College & Grad School, City University of New York Where are the Bibliographers of Yesteryear?
430 7/29/1999 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Report of a Bibliographical Decade
429 7/28/1999 William P. Barlow , Jr Partner, Barlow & Hughan Adventures in Book Collecting
428 7/26/1999 Roger S. Wieck Curator, Medieval & Renaissance MSS, The Morgan Library & Museum Visionary Books of Hours
427 7/22/1999 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Report on a Bibliographical Decade
426 7/21/1999 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania Is There a Future for Special Collections and Should There Be?
425 7/19/1999 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University History of the University of Chicago Press
424 7/15/1999 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Report on a Bibliographical Decade
423 7/14/1999 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, The Book Cover Art of Sarah Wyman Whitman
422 7/12/1999 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation The Foundations of Analytical Bibliography
421 5/7/1999 Justin Howes Curator, The Type Museum Fonts That Go Bump in the Night: Digitizing Caslon
420 3/18/1999 Peter Beal Dept of Western Manuscripts, Sotheby's Can an Elizabethan Text be Edited? The Case of Sidney's "Letter to Queen Elizabeth" Dome Room, Rotunda
419 8/6/1998 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia State of the Bibliographical Nations [week 4]
418 8/5/1998 Paul Needham Scheide Librarian, Scheide Library, Princeton University Can the 15th-Century Printing Revolution be Quantified? Rotunda
417 8/3/1998 Michael Winship Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin Uncle Tom Goes Public: Copyright and the Literary Marketplace Rotunda
416 7/30/1998 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia State of the Bibliographical Nations [week 3] Rotunda
415 7/29/1998 D W Krummel Professor Emeritus, Library School, University of Illinois Praise the Lord! We Are a Musical Nation: The Bay Psalm Book of 1698 Rotunda
414 7/27/1998 Richard Wendorf Stanford Calderwood Director &, Librarian, Boston Athenaeum A Tale of Two Libraries Rotunda
413 7/23/1998 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia State of the Bibliographical Nations [week 2] Rotunda
412 7/22/1998 Ellen S. Dunlap President, American Antiquarian Society Changing to Stay the Same: Innovation as Tradition Rotunda
411 7/20/1998 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University The Hunting of the Snark Illustrated 201 Clemons Library, UVa
410 7/16/1998 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia State of the Bibliographical Nations [week 1] Rotunda
409 7/15/1998 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania Dead Books 201 Clemons Library
408 7/13/1998 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation A Rationale of Collecting Rotunda
407 3/12/1998 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia The Book Arts Press at 26 Alderman Library first floor staff lounge
406 3/9/1998 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University The Hunting of the Snark Illustrated Alderman Library first floor staff lounge
405 1/8/1998 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia The Book Arts Press at 25 3/4 Alderman Library first floor staff lounge
404 1/5/1998 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm The Third Dimension: The Development of the Idea of Books as Historical Artefacts Alderman Library first floor staff lounge
403 10/2/1997 Nicholas A Basbanes Literary Features Syndicate On the Gently Mad Rotunda
402 8/7/1997 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Twenty-Five Come Sunday: The Book Arts Press, 1972- [week 4] 201 Clemons Library
401 8/6/1997 Brett Charbeneau Network Administrator, Williamsburg Regional Library How to Succeed in Bibliography without Really Trying The Rotunda, UVa
400 8/4/1997 Roger E Stoddard Dept of Eng & Am Lit & Language, Barker Center, Harvard University Such White Words; Such Black Signs: Question the Books of Edmond Jabès 201 Clemons
399 7/31/1997 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Twenty-Five Come Sunday: The Book Arts Press, 1972- [week 3] Rotunda
398 7/30/1997 Lewraine Graham Post-Modernism and the Barriers to Library Preservation Rotunda
397 7/28/1997 William P. Barlow , Jr Partner, Barlow & Hughan Book Dealers Are from Mercury/Book Collectors Are from Pluto Rotunda
396 7/24/1997 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Twenty-Five Come Sunday: The Book Arts Press, 1972- [week 2] Rotunda
395 7/23/1997 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current Values and Prices and Books: Oh My Rotunda
394 7/21/1997 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University R. R. Donnelley & Sons in the World of Books 201 Clemons Library
393 7/17/1997 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Twenty-Five Come Sunday: The Book Arts Press, 1972- [week 1] Rotunda
392 7/16/1997 Peter Stallybrass Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania How Many Hands Does It Take to Read or Write a Book?
391 7/14/1997 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation The Bibliographical Analysis of Book Design Rotunda
390 5/23/1997 Daniel J Leab Bancroft-Parkman Inc. On Collecting George Orwell Rotunda
389 8/8/1996 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1996 State of the Bibliographical Neighborhood Address [week 4] Rotunda: Dome Room
388 8/7/1996 Brett Charbeneau Network Administrator, Williamsburg Regional Library How to Succeed in Bibliography Without Really Trying Rotunda: Dome Room
387 8/5/1996 J Kevin Graffagnino Director, Vermont Historical Society, Vermont History Center Only in Books: Writers, Readers and Bibliophiles on Their Obsession Rotunda: Dome Room
386 8/1/1996 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1996 Bibliographical State of the Neighborhood Address [week 3] 201 Clemons
385 7/31/1996 Daniel J Miller Books Go to the Rotunda: Reflections of a First-time Curator Rotunda: Dome Room
384 7/29/1996 David L Vander Meulen Professor, English Department, University of Virginia What Brings Us to Charlottesville: The Bibliographical Society of Virginia at Fifty Rotunda: Dome Room
383 7/25/1996 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1996 State of the Bibliographical Neighborhood Address [week 2] 201 Clemons
382 7/24/1996 Michael Winship Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin Pirates, Shipwrecks, and Comic Almanacs: Charles Ellms Packages Books in c19 America Rotunda: Dome Room
381 7/22/1996 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University Berthold Wolpe: The Typographic Artist and the Man 201 Clemons
380 7/18/1996 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1996 State of the Bibliographical Neighborhood Address [week 1] Rotunda: Dome Room
379 7/17/1996 Kenneth W. Rendell President, Kenneth W Rendell Gallery, Inc The Changing World of Manuscripts and Rare Books: or Nostalgia Isn't What It Used to Be Rotunda: Dome Room
378 7/15/1996 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Studies in Bibliography on Its Fiftieth Anniversary Rotunda: Dome Room
377 8/10/1995 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1995 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 5] Rotunda: Dome Room
376 8/9/1995 Donald Farren Mail Order Bibliography Newcomb Hall: 1st floor
375 8/7/1995 Jack Gumpert Wasserman How a Novice Book Collector Decided to Catalog His Lord Byron Collection and Went Mad in the Process Rotunda: Dome Room
374 8/3/1995 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1995 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 4] Rotunda: Dome Room
373 8/2/1995 Lewraine Graham Why There Will Be No Special Collections on the Internet Newcomb Hall: 1st floor
372 7/31/1995 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current The Farmer and the Cowboy Should Be Friends Rotunda: Dome Room
371 7/27/1995 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1995 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 3] Newcomb Hall: 1st floor
369 7/24/1995 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania 'You Must Remember This': Librarians and Cultural Memory Rotunda: Dome Room
368 7/20/1995 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1995 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 2] Rotunda: Dome Room
367 7/19/1995 David L Vander Meulen Professor, English Department, University of Virginia A Primer on Analytical Bibliography Newcomb Hall: 1st floor
366 7/17/1995 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation The Future of Primary Records Rotunda: Dome Room
365 7/13/1995 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1995 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 1] Rotunda: Dome Room
364 7/11/1995 Sidney F Huttner Head, Special Collections, University of Iowa Lucile's Adventures in America, 1860-1910: Orchids, Gold Leaf, and Padded Leather Rotunda: Dome Room
363 7/10/1995 Christopher de Hamel Librarian, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University Cutting Up Manuscripts for Pleasure and Profit Rotunda: Dome Room
362 8/11/1994 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1994 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 5] Rotunda?
361 8/10/1994 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current Rare Book Auctions in an Electronic Age Rotunda: Dome Room
360 8/8/1994 Timothy Barrett UI Center for the Book, Paper Facilities, University of Iowa Research on Book Papers of the Incunabula Era: Scientific and Aesthetic Considerations 201 Clemons
359 8/4/1994 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1994 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 4] Rotunda: Dome Room
358 8/3/1994 Anthony Rota Bertram Rota Ltd - Booksellers The Changing Face of Bookselling Rotunda: Dome Room
357 8/1/1994 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm The Interpretation of Bookbinding Structure: An Examination of the c16 French Bindings in the Ramey Colln at PML 201 Clemons
356 7/28/1994 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1994 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 3] South Meeting Room, Newcomb Hall
355 7/27/1994 Marcus A McCorison President Emeritus, American Antiquarian Society Perspicacious Ruminations on Library Economy by a Superannuated Non-Administrator 201 Clemons
354 7/25/1994 Lewraine Graham Electrons as Enemies of Rare Book Librarians Rotunda: Dome Room
353 7/21/1994 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1994 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 2] South Meeting Room, Newcomb Hall
352 7/20/1994 David L Vander Meulen Professor, English Department, University of Virginia Littera Scripta Manet: The Life's Work of Warren Chappell 201 Clemons
351 7/18/1994 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Printing History and Other History Rotunda: Dome Room
350 7/14/1994 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia 1994 Bibliographical State of the Nation Address [week 1] South Meeting Room, Newcomb Hall
349 7/13/1994 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University Carl Rollins: America's First University Printer 201 Clemons Library
348 7/11/1994 Wallace Kirsop Centre for the Book, School of English , Comm, &c., Monash University Wove-Paper Maniacs and Swindlers: Selling Luxury Books in c18 France Rotunda: Dome Room
347 4/23/1994 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading The Decorated Types of Louis Jean Pouchée: A Remarkable Collection of Early c19 Wood-Engraved Letters 116 Alderman Library
346 4/21/1994 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading French Academicians and Modern Typography: The Making of New Types in the 1690s 116 Alderman Library
345 7/28/1993 Martin Antonetti Curator of Rare Books, Neilson Library, Smith College Grolier's Bindings 201 Clemons
344 7/27/1993 Nina Musinsky Musinsky Rare Books, Inc Pass the Aloe Vera Juice; or, Books on the Block 201 Clemons
343 7/26/1993 Bennett Gilbert Bennett Gilbert Book Magic Rotunda: Dome Room
342 7/21/1993 Christopher L Ridgway Curator, Castle Howard 'Scoops Out of Darkness': Wood Art in the Natural Histories of Thomas Bewick 201 Clemons
341 7/20/1993 William L Joyce Dorothy F Huck Chair and Head, Sp Collns, Special Collections Library, Pennsylvania State University From the Margins to the Center: The Coming `Mainstreaming' of Rare Books and Special Collections 201 Clemons
340 7/19/1993 Michael Winship Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin The Anglo-American Trade in Books in the c19 Rotunda: Dome Room
339 7/14/1993 Richard Wendorf Stanford Calderwood Director &, Librarian, Boston Athenaeum Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Dante Gabriel Rossetti: Visual and Verbal Encounters 201 Clemons
338 7/13/1993 Justin G Schiller Justin G Schiller, Ltd Collecting Collectible Children's Books: The First Hundred Years 201 Clemons
337 7/12/1993 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Editing Without a Copy-Text Rotunda: Dome Room
336 7/7/1993 Clinton Sisson The Construction of the c18 Common Press 201 Clemons
335 7/6/1993 Jerome J McGann John Stewart Bryan University Prof, Department of English, University of Virginia Scholarly Editing in Virtual Space, With Special Reference to the Work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti 201 Clemons
334 7/5/1993 William S Reese President, William Reese Company Collecting Herman Melville Rotunda: Dome Room
333 2/8/1993 Albert Derolez Professor emeritus, Free Universities of Brussels The Decoration System of Late Medieval Manuscripts 116 Alderman Library
332 12/14/1992 Robert Darnton Department of History, Princeton University Censorship in Comparative Perspective: France 1789/East Germany 1989 Rotunda: Dome Room
331 5/11/1992 David Warrington Librarian for Special Collections, Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University The Beginnings of the Library Exhibition Catalog in America Columbia Univ
330 5/4/1992 Mervyn Jannetta Printed Books, History & Humanities Division, The British Library 'Temptation to the Editor': Meditations on 10 Years in Charge of The Library Columbia Univ
329 4/27/1992 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Enumerative Bibliography and the Physical Book Columbia Univ
328 4/20/1992 Catherine J Johnson Coordinator, Dance Heritage Coalition, Harvard University 'Some Strange Ways of Making a Living': Augustus Toedteberg of Brooklyn and the Art of Extra-Illustration Columbia Univ
327 2/3/1992 John Szirmai Carolingian Bindings in the St Gall Abbey Library
326 12/16/1991 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia The Future of Rare Book Libraries Columbia Univ
325 8/1/1991 Susan Gosin Dieu Donne Paper Mill Fifteen Years of Dieu Donné Papermaking and Printing Columbia Univ
324 7/30/1991 Greer Allen School of Art, Yale University If You Didn't Know Berthold Wolpe You Really Missed Something Columbia University
323 7/24/1991 Christopher L Ridgway Curator, Castle Howard Thomas Bewick: The Man Who Lost Himself in Detail Columbia Univ
322 7/23/1991 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current Auctions in the '90's: Back to the Basics Columbia Univ
321 7/18/1991 Richard Wendorf Stanford Calderwood Director &, Librarian, Boston Athenaeum The Petrified Mouse: Reflections on My First Two Years in the Houghton Library Columbia Univ
320 7/17/1991 Fred Schreiber E K Schreiber The French Scholar-Printer of the Renaissance: Part II Columbia Univ
319 7/16/1991 Fred Schreiber E K Schreiber The French Scholar-Printer of the Renaissance: Part I Columbia Univ
318 7/11/1991 William S Reese President, William Reese Company Some Americana Booksellers: Peter Decker, the Eberstadts, and Wright Howes Columbia Univ
317 7/10/1991 John Parker Retired, Red Canaries and a Cage Too Small Columbia Univ
316 7/9/1991 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Issues in Bibliographical Studies Since 1942 Columbia Univ
315 5/9/1991 Walter Berschin Seminar fuer Lateinische Philologie Greek Elements in Medieval Latin Manuscripts: The Example of Verona Columbia Univ
314 4/29/1991 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Format and Collation and Curators: Bibliography in the Library Columbia Univ
313 4/15/1991 John Feather Professor, Library & Information Studies, Loughborough University From Rights in Copy to Copyright: The Germ of an Idea Columbia Univ
312 4/1/1991 Paul Needham Scheide Librarian, Scheide Library, Princeton University Early Printed Bibles Columbia Univ
311 3/25/1991 David McKitterick Librarian & Fellow, Trinity College The Word, The Law, and The Profits: Bible Publishing in c17 England Columbia Univ
310 2/25/1991 Larry E Sullivan Chief Lib & Prof of Criminal Just, The Lloyd Sealy Library, John Jay Coll of Criminal Justice|CUNY From Prison to LC: Meditations and Reflections on the Administration of Diverse and Spec. Collections Columbia Univ
309 12/17/1990 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Libraries, Museums, and Reading Columbia Univ
308 11/26/1990 John Dreyfus Gerald Meynell and the Westminster Press Columbia Univ
307 11/14/1990 Therese de Hemptinne Faculteit van de Letteren, Rijksuniversiteit Gent Medieval Chanceries in the Netherlands: Results of Recent Research Columbia Univ
306 11/12/1990 David Esslemont Controller, Gregynog Press, 6 Tan yr Eglwys The Gregynog Press, 1923-1990 Columbia Univ
305 7/31/1990 Frederick A Bearman Director, Conservation Center, Camberwell College of Arts Triumph, Hope and Tragedy: Preserving the Public Records of England Columbia Univ
304 7/30/1990 Roger E Stoddard Dept of Eng & Am Lit & Language, Barker Center, Harvard University Deep in the Shed: A Working Paper from a Working Librarian Columbia Univ
303 7/26/1990 William H Scheide The Scheide Library, Princeton University Library A 125-Year-Old Librarian Columbia Univ
302 7/23/1990 Katharine Martinez Librarian, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University John Sartain and Book and Magazine Publishing and Illustration in Philadelphia, 1830-1870 Columbia Univ
301 7/17/1990 Paul Oskar Kristeller In Search of Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts Columbia Univ
300 7/12/1990 Felix de Marez Oyens Two Hundred Years of Transatlantic Trade in Incunables Columbia Univ
299 7/12/1990 Martin Antonetti Curator of Rare Books, Neilson Library, Smith College Goodbye to All That: Education for the Book Arts Columbia Univ
298 7/11/1990 Christopher L Ridgway Curator, Castle Howard My Library and What I Do In It Columbia Univ
297 7/9/1990 Leonard Schlosser Paper: A Search for Surface Columbia Univ
296 5/7/1990 Rosamond McKitterick Profesor of Medieval History, Newnham College Carolingian Book Production in the Later c9 Columbia Univ
295 4/30/1990 Richard Sharpe Professor of Diplomatic, Faculty of Modern History, Oxford University On Getting Published as a New Author in Angevin England Columbia Univ
294 4/16/1990 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library The Role of the History of the Book in the Humanities: The History of the Book ... and the Study of ... Change Columbia Univ
293 4/9/1990 Mary Clapinson Retired Head, Special Collns & Western MSS, Oxford University Keeping Western Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Columbia Univ
292 4/2/1990 David Bourbeau Thistle Bindery Bibliotect/Bookbinder: The Nature and Art of a Small Studio/Workshop Columbia Univ
291 2/19/1990 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm The Naming of Parts: The Use of Structure to Create Categories Columbia Univ
290 2/19/1990 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm Changing Aesthetics: Indications of Quality and the Arts of Deception Columbia Univ
289 2/19/1990 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm Working Backwards: Guessing Intentions from Results Columbia Univ
288 2/19/1990 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm Reading the Evidence: The Interpretation of Structure and Materials Columbia Univ
286 10/23/1989 Martin Davies Cataloging the c15: The Incunabula Short Title Catalogue Columbia Univ
285 10/9/1989 Peter Rutledge Koch Editions Koch Inkslingers: Printing in San Francisco Post-Grabhorn Columbia Univ
284 9/25/1989 Michael Gullick The Red Gull Press Why Catalog Medieval Manuscripts? And (If So) How? A Review by a Reader Columbia Univ
283 7/27/1989 Thomas F Staley Director, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin Keepers, Collectors and Curators: A Near Turn of the Century View Columbia Univ
282 7/25/1989 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Ourselves Observed: Education for Rare Books (With Bells and Whistles): IV Columbia Univ
280 7/18/1989 James C Thomas Professor of German, Dept of Foreign Languages, Virginia Tech Early Printing in Bamberg: A New Discovery Columbia Univ
279 7/17/1989 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Ourselves Observed: Education for Rare Books (With Bells and Whistles): III Columbia Univ
278 7/13/1989 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania Reluctant Virgins: The Stigma of Print Revisited Columbia Univ
277 7/11/1989 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current H Bradley Martin and c20 American Book Collecting Columbia Univ
276 7/10/1989 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Ourselves Observed: Education for Rare Books (With Bells and Whistles): II Columbia Univ
275 7/6/1989 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, Images on Endpapers: Evolving Roles Columbia Univ
274 7/5/1989 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Ourselves Observed: Education for Rare Books (With Bells and Whistles): I Columbia Univ
273 4/24/1989 Richard Landon Director and Professor, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto Knight Errant of Bibliophily: Robert Curzon, 14th Baron Zouche Columbia Univ
272 4/10/1989 David McKitterick Librarian & Fellow, Trinity College Print, Principle and Profit: Priorities in the Early Years of the Cambridge University Press Columbia Univ
270 1/30/1989 Roger S. Wieck Curator, Medieval & Renaissance MSS, The Morgan Library & Museum Time Sanctified: The Book of Hours; or How an Exhibition of Illuminated MSS Nearly Killed Its Curator Columbia Univ
269 12/12/1988 Roger E Stoddard Dept of Eng & Am Lit & Language, Barker Center, Harvard University 'Put a Resolute Hart to a Steep Hill': William Gowans, Antiquary and Bookseller Columbia Univ
268 10/24/1988 Christopher L Ridgway Curator, Castle Howard The Sociology of the English Country-House Library, 1700-1918 Columbia Univ
267 10/17/1988 David S. Zeidberg Avery Director, Huntington Library Growth in the Face of Prosperity: Special Collections at UCLA Columbia Univ
266 10/3/1988 A C de la Mare A Carolingian Copy of the Chronicle of Eusebius-Jerome and Its c15 `Paduan' Children Columbia Univ
265 6/30/1988 John D Downer , Jr Lecture/demonstration on glass gilding Columbia Univ
264 6/27/1988 John Bidwell Astor Curator, Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum Big Business and High Finance in an Early American Paper Mill Columbia Univ
263 6/22/1988 Richard Landon Director and Professor, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto The Outcast Prophet and Other Tales of Rarity from the North Columbia Univ
262 6/21/1988 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, On c19 Cloth Book Cover Design Columbia Univ
261 6/14/1988 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Lunacy and Pictures in Books: An Extra-Illustrated Lecture Columbia Univ
260 6/13/1988 Felix de Marez Oyens Dutch Book Auctions, 1599-1824 Columbia Univ
258 5/2/1988 Charles Benson Head, Dept of Older Printed Books, Trinity College Library The Fate of the Irish Book Trade, 1801-1850 Columbia Univ
257 4/25/1988 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia English Collectors and American Libraries, 1876-1911 Columbia Univ
256 4/19/1988 Michael Turner Ten Years of Conservation in the Bodleian Columbia Univ
255 4/12/1988 Alastair Johnston Poltroon Press Nineteenth-Century American Type Specimens Columbia Univ
254 4/7/1988 David D Hall Professor, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University Readers and Writers in c17 New England: The Vernacular Tradition Columbia Univ
253 3/28/1988 D W Krummel Professor Emeritus, Library School, University of Illinois The Memory of Sound: The History of Music on Paper Columbia Univ
252 12/14/1987 Marjorie Gray Wynne E J Beinecke Research Libn (ret), Beinecke Library, Yale University The Rare Book Collections at Yale: Recollections, 1942-1987 Columbia Univ
251 11/30/1987 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, Crêpe Paper Fairy Tales Columbia Univ
250 11/23/1987 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library Printing the History of the Book in Britain Columbia Univ
249 10/26/1987 David Vaisey Librarian Emeritus, Bodleian Library, Oxford University The Pleasures (and Perils) of Being Bodley's Librarian Columbia Univ
248 10/19/1987 Tanya Schmoller On Paper Decorating Columbia Univ
247 10/12/1987 John Dreyfus A Spectacular View of the Advent of Printing Columbia Univ
246 10/5/1987 Kenneth W. Rendell President, Kenneth W Rendell Gallery, Inc Other People's Mail Columbia Univ
245 9/28/1987 David P Nord School of Journalism, Ernie Pyle Hall Teleology and News: The Religious Roots of American Journalism, 1630-1730 Columbia Univ
244 7/29/1987 Timothy Moore Paragon Paper Molds, Inc Modern Paper Mold Making Columbia Univ
242 7/23/1987 Milton McC Gatch Professor Emeritus, Church History, Dir. Emeritus, Burke Library, Union Theological Seminary Signs of Ownership in Fragment Collections: On the Trail of John Bagford Columbia Univ
240 7/14/1987 Willman Spawn Honorary Curator of Book Bindings, Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College Convention into Style: Tracing Bookbinders Columbia Univ
239 7/13/1987 Michael D Warner Associate Professor, English Department, Rutgers University/College Ave Campus English Literature and the History of the Book Columbia Univ
238 7/7/1987 Felix de Marez Oyens Incunabula and the American Market Columbia Univ
235 5/11/1987 Mirjam Foot Prof of Library & Archive Studies, School of Lib & Info Studies, University College London Bookbinding and the History of Books Columbia Univ
234 4/27/1987 Andrew Brown Managing Director, Academic Publishing, Cambridge University Press This Dish is Cheap But Delicious: Academic Publishing in the late c20 Columbia Univ
233 4/20/1987 Michael Gullick The Red Gull Press Domesday Book 1086: The Making of a Manuscript Columbia Univ
232 4/13/1987 R Kathleen Molz The Knowledge Institutions in the Information Age: A Circuitous Route in Public Policy Columbia Univ
231 4/6/1987 Lotte Hellinga formerly Dept of Printed Books, Humanities & Soc Sci Division, British Library Manuscript and Print: The Codex in the c15 Columbia Univ
230 3/30/1987 David McKitterick Librarian & Fellow, Trinity College On Sir Geoffrey Keynes Columbia Univ
229 3/23/1987 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading Printing and Typefounding in the Late c17 Description of Trades of the French Academy of Science Columbia Univ
227 1/26/1987 John D Downer , Jr The Roman Letter and the Gilding Techniques Used to Heighten Its Appearance Columbia Univ
226 12/15/1986 Bernard M Rosenthal Bernard M Rosenthal, Inc. The Gentle Invasion: The Impact of the Immigration of German and Austrian Booksellers in the 1930's Columbia Univ
225 12/1/1986 Richard Priest Nineteenth-Century American Embossed Bookbindings Columbia Univ
224 11/24/1986 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm More Stately Mansions: Books in National Trust Houses Columbia Univ
222 10/20/1986 John Lancaster Curator of Special Collns, Emeritus, Amherst College Library Innovation, Imitation, and Piracy: The Books of Peter Parley and His Creator, Samuel Goodrich Columbia Univ
220 10/6/1986 Archibald Hanna Curator of Western Americana (ret), Beinecke RB & MS Library, Yale University The World of the Rare Book Curator in the 1950s and 1960s Columbia Univ
219 9/29/1986 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector Bibliotheca Lindesiana: The Lives and Collections of the 25th and 26th Earls of Crawford Columbia Univ
217 7/23/1986 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, The Hidden Art of Endpapers Columbia Univ
216 7/22/1986 Roger E Stoddard Dept of Eng & Am Lit & Language, Barker Center, Harvard University Looking at Books/Learning From It/Passing It Along Columbia Univ
214 7/15/1986 Ellen S. Dunlap President, American Antiquarian Society Wheel of Fortune; or, Strategic Planning in a Small Research Library and a Popular TV Game Show Compared Columbia Univ
213 7/9/1986 Howard & Kathryn Clark Twinrocker Handmade Paper Papermakers as Book Designers: Fifteen Years at Twinrocker Columbia Univ
212 7/7/1986 William P. Barlow , Jr Partner, Barlow & Hughan The Uses of Antiquarian Catalogs Columbia Univ
211 6/19/1986 Michael Turner The Sociology of the Book Trade: The Stationers' Company in the Early c19 Columbia Univ
210 4/14/1986 Terry Belanger University Professor, University of Virginia Reasons For--And Against--Rare Books and Special Collections in American Libraries Columbia Univ
208 3/3/1986 Gunnlaugur SE Briem Gunnlauger SE Briem, Typographer Forces for Change in Letterform Columbia Univ
206 2/3/1986 John Kidd Taking Issue With the New Ulysses Columbia Univ
204 12/16/1985 Michael Winship Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin Hermann Ernst Ludewig: America's Forgotten Bibliographer Columbia Univ
203 12/9/1985 Robert Rosenthal Curator of Special Collections, University of Chicago The Crerar Caper Columbia Univ
202 12/2/1985 Daniel Traister Curator, Research Services, Annenberg Rare Bk & MS Library, University of Pennsylvania The Rare Book Librarian's Day Columbia Univ
201 11/19/1985 Kenneth Nebenzahl Kenneth Nebenzahl, Inc In Search of the Green Stick: Confessions of a Book Monger Columbia Univ
200 11/18/1985 Donald Etherington President, Etherington Conservation Services The Development of Conservation and Bookbinding at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Columbia Univ
199 10/28/1985 John Dreyfus The Flowering of Typography: The Development of Printers' Flowers with Special Reference to French Rococo Ornament Columbia Univ
198 9/30/1985 Lance Hidy An Artist in Search of An Historian Columbia Univ
197 8/6/1985 John Bidwell Astor Curator, Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum American Papermakers and the Panic of 1819 Columbia Univ
196 8/5/1985 Matthew Carter Carter & Cone, Inc. The Creation of `Galliard' Columbia Univ
195 7/30/1985 Sandra Kirshenbaum President, Pro Arte Libri Why Buy Fine Press Books? Columbia Univ
194 7/29/1985 Ruth E Fine Curator, Special Projects in Modern Art, National Gallery of Art Whistler's Etchings: The Premise of Process Columbia Univ
192 7/22/1985 Richard Landon Director and Professor, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto Lord Amherst Buys Some Fifteeners Columbia Univ
191 7/17/1985 William H Scheide The Scheide Library, Princeton University Library The Scheide Library at Princeton Columbia Univ
189 5/6/1985 Sebastian Carter Typographer, The Rampant Lions Press The Book Becomes: The Completion of William Morris's Cupid & Psyche Columbia Univ
188 4/29/1985 Brian Alderson Bibliographical Problems in the Study of Early Children's Books Columbia Univ
187 4/22/1985 David Blewett Dept of English, McMaster University The Vile Abuse of Pictured Page: The Triumph of Robinson Crusoe as Illustrated Book Columbia Univ
186 4/15/1985 George D Tselos Department of Manuscripts, The New York Public Library Digging in the Dumpster and Other Cautionary Tales of Modern Manuscript Collecting Columbia Univ
184 4/1/1985 Thomas L Berger Piskor Professor of English, Department of English, St Lawrence University Two-Letter Words in Shakespeare's Henry V Columbia Univ
183 3/25/1985 Anthony Hobson The Glebe House, Whitsbury Appropriations from Foreign Libraries During the French Revolution and Empire Columbia Univ
182 3/18/1985 David McKitterick Librarian & Fellow, Trinity College Writing the History of the University Library Columbia Univ
181 2/18/1985 Kenneth W. Rendell President, Kenneth W Rendell Gallery, Inc The Hitler Diaries and the Information Industries: The Failure of Professionalism Columbia Univ
180 2/11/1985 John Dreyfus Beatrice Warde: First Lady of Typography Columbia Univ
179 1/28/1985 Michael Winship Professor, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin Life with BAL Columbia Univ
178 12/10/1984 David L Vander Meulen Professor, English Department, University of Virginia Where Angels Fear to Tread: Problems and Methods in the Bibliographical Description of Pope's Dunciad Columbia Univ
177 12/3/1984 Ellen S. Dunlap President, American Antiquarian Society One Year In: Reflections of a New Director Columbia Univ
176 11/26/1984 Richard W Flint Director, Health Science Museums, University of Maryland at Baltimore Nineteenth-Century Poster Advertising and Printing: The Example of the American Circus Columbia Univ
175 11/15/1984 John Dreyfus The Making of the Golden Cockerel Press Four Gospels Columbia Univ
172 10/16/1984 M Paul Pollard Marsh's Library The Book Supply in c18 Dublin Columbia Univ
171 10/15/1984 M Paul Pollard Marsh's Library Early Printed Books at the Library of Trinity College, Dublin (But Not Entirely Excluding The Book of Kells Columbia Univ
170 10/8/1984 John Dreyfus T J Cobden-Sanderson: His Personality and His Bookbindings Columbia Univ
169 9/24/1984 Carol Reid Briggs Three Years Out: Reflections of a Young [But Rapidly Aging] Rare Book Librarian Columbia Univ
167 8/14/1984 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current Automation in Rare Books: The Dark Side of the Moon Columbia Univ
166 8/13/1984 Michael Ochs Musical Americana in Harvard Libraries: The Genesis of an Exhibit Columbia Univ
165 8/9/1984 R. Stanley Nelson Specialist, Gr Arts Colln (retired), Div of Info Technology, National Museum of American History Cutting Punches and Casting Type by Hand: A Lecture-Demonstration Columbia Univ
163 8/7/1984 William Bond Walker Chief Librarian, Thomas J Watson Library Special Collections at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Columbia Univ
162 8/1/1984 Nina Musinsky Musinsky Rare Books, Inc Stereotyping in the Ancien Regime: F I J Hoffmann and the 37th Parisian Printing Press Columbia Univ
161 7/31/1984 William L Joyce Dorothy F Huck Chair and Head, Sp Collns, Special Collections Library, Pennsylvania State University Baiting the Tortoise With the Hare: Managing Rare Books and Archives Columbia Univ
160 7/30/1984 Stephen Paul Davis Director of Library Systems, Columbia University Libraries, 612 Butler Library Night Thoughts on Automation in Rare Books Columbia Univ
159 7/26/1984 Marjorie Gray Wynne E J Beinecke Research Libn (ret), Beinecke Library, Yale University On the Beinecke Library Columbia Univ
158 7/25/1984 W Thomas Taylor W Thomas Taylor Rare Books Errors in Modern Fine Printing Columbia Univ
157 7/23/1984 Bernard H Breslauer Martin Breslauer, Inc. The Uses of Bookbinding Literature Columbia Univ
155 7/17/1984 Ruth S Luborsky University of Pennsylvania What the Elizabethans Saw in Illustrated Books: The New Evidence Columbia Univ
153 7/12/1984 John Y Cole Director, Center for the Book, Library of Congress The Library of Congress in the c19 Columbia Univ
152 7/11/1984 Samuel F Pickering , Jr Dept of English, University of Connecticut The Making of Little King Pippin: John Locke and Education and Children's Books Columbia Univ
150 5/7/1984 Claire Van Vliet Proprietor, The Janus Press The American Private Press Movement Since World War II Columbia Univ
149 4/30/1984 Clifton H Jones Dir, Learning Resource Center, Saginaw Valley State College Bull Riding in North Central Texas: The DeGolyer Collection at SMU Columbia Univ
148 4/23/1984 Lynda Corey Claassen Director, Mandeville Special Collections Library, University of California, San Diego Hoeing Out the Augean Stables: Special Collections at the University of California, San Diego Columbia Univ
147 4/16/1984 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading The Renaissance Inscriptional Capital Columbia Univ
146 4/9/1984 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm Why Is There No History of English Bookbinding? Columbia Univ
145 4/2/1984 Fred Schreiber E K Schreiber Dealing with the Estiennes Columbia Univ
144 3/19/1984 William H Bond Professor of Bibliography Emeritus, Houghton Library, Harvard University Thomas Hollis: His Bookbinders and Bookbindings Columbia Univ
143 3/5/1984 Kit Currie H P Kraus Antiquarian Booksellers' Catalogues; Good, Bad and Unspeakable Columbia Univ
142 2/23/1984 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector Thirty Years of The Book Collector Columbia Univ
141 1/30/1984 Sandra Kirshenbaum President, Pro Arte Libri Ten Years of Fine Print Columbia Univ
139 12/12/1983 Roger E Stoddard Dept of Eng & Am Lit & Language, Barker Center, Harvard University 'Fidèle à nos habitudes laborieuses': Four Variations on a Theme by J.-C. Brunet Columbia Univ
137 11/28/1983 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library The English-Speaking World as a Field of Study: Bibliographical Aspects Columbia Univ
134 10/24/1983 Kenneth W. Rendell President, Kenneth W Rendell Gallery, Inc Detecting Forgeries in Manuscripts Columbia Univ
132 8/4/1983 Eleanor M Garvey Philip Hofer Curator Emerita, Venetian Book Illustration of the c18 Columbia Univ
131 8/1/1983 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector Conservation--And After Columbia Univ
130 7/27/1983 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current Down The Rabbit Hole with BAMBAM Columbia Univ
129 7/26/1983 Katharine F Pantzer Harvard University The STC Revision: A Progress Report Columbia Univ
128 7/25/1983 Christopher Clarkson Independent Conservator, Late Medieval European Bindings Columbia Univ
127 7/21/1983 William H Scheide The Scheide Library, Princeton University Library A Feasibility Study and Some Tavern Gossip in c15 Mainz Columbia Univ
126 7/20/1983 Willman Spawn Honorary Curator of Book Bindings, Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College In Which Cities Were They Bound? The Identification of c18 American Bookbinding Columbia Univ
125 7/14/1983 John Bidwell Astor Curator, Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum Hard Times at the Brandywine Papermill, 1787-1838 Columbia Univ
124 7/12/1983 Richard Priest Rare Book and Research Libraries: Creating an Image Columbia Univ
122 6/9/1983 Peter A Hoare Librarian (retired) Christopher Wren's Libraries Columbia Univ
119 4/4/1983 Michael Crump Director, Rdr Svces & Colln Development, British Library The ESTC: Past and Future Columbia Univ
118 3/24/1983 Thomas R Adams John Hay Prof of Bibliography, Emeritus, Brown University Twenty-Five Years at the John Carter Brown Library Columbia Univ
117 3/21/1983 Charles J Tanenbaum Retired, A Collector's View of Rare Book Libraries Columbia Univ
115 3/10/1983 Alvin B Kernan Avalon Prof of the Humanities, Princeton University Publishing and the Literary Text in the Age of Johnson Columbia Univ
112 1/31/1983 William B Todd Kerr Centennial Professor, Emeritus, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin Recent Research on the Gutenberg Bible Columbia Univ
110 11/29/1982 Ann Gwyn Rare Books and Special Collections at Johns Hopkins Columbia Univ
109 11/18/1982 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, Nineteenth-Century Cloth Bindings Columbia Univ
108 11/18/1982 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, The Victorian Pre-Occupation with Pattern: c19 Decorated End Papers Columbia Univ
107 11/17/1982 Nina W Matheson William & Nina Matheson Books, Inc Academic Information in the Academic Health Sciences Center: Roles for the Library Columbia Univ
106 11/10/1982 Marcus A McCorison President Emeritus, American Antiquarian Society The American Antiquarian Society: Independent Research Libraries, Present and Future Columbia Univ
105 10/21/1982 Rosamond McKitterick Profesor of Medieval History, Newnham College The Development of Early Libraries: Catalogues and Extant Books, 780-900 Columbia Univ
102 10/11/1982 Owen Gingerich Smithsonian Instn Astrophys Observ Copernicus' De revolutionibus: A Study in Renaissance Scientific Printing Columbia Univ
101 10/7/1982 Michael Harvey Eric Gill and the Culture of Letters Columbia Univ
99 9/27/1982 Peter Davison On Editing George Orwell Columbia Univ
98 9/23/1982 Michael Turner Developing a Preservation Program for the Bodleian Library Columbia Univ
97 9/7/1982 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library The History of the Book as a Field of Study Columbia Univ
96 5/25/1982 Walter Hamady Proprietor, The Perishable Press Limited, On Making a Book on Hand Papermaking Columbia Univ
95 4/29/1982 D W Krummel Professor Emeritus, Library School, University of Illinois Music Collectors and Bibliographical Scholarship Columbia Univ
94 4/13/1982 Bernard M Rosenthal Bernard M Rosenthal, Inc. Things About Which I Have Changed My Mind in Three Decades as an Antiquarian Bookseller Columbia Univ
93 4/12/1982 Leona Rostenberg Partner & Founder, Rostenberg & Stern - Rare Books The Library of Robert Hooke: A Microcosm of the Restoration Book Trade Columbia Univ
92 4/5/1982 Kit Currie H P Kraus Life As An Antiquarian Bookseller Columbia Univ
91 3/31/1982 John Feather Professor, Library & Information Studies, Loughborough University On NOT Being in London: The English c18 Provincial Book Trade Columbia Univ
90 3/22/1982 Francis J Manasek Antiquaries Manasek Before the Fire: Pioneer Book Collecting in Chicago Columbia Univ
89 3/8/1982 David McKitterick Librarian & Fellow, Trinity College Deaccessioning at Cambridge in the 1860s: Henry Stevens of Vermont and His American Customers Columbia Univ
88 12/7/1981 Lotte Hellinga formerly Dept of Printed Books, Humanities & Soc Sci Division, British Library The Unimportance of Printing in c15 England: Thoughts While Preparing a Catalogue of Incunabula Columbia Univ
87 12/2/1981 Nicholas Pickwoad River Farm The Conservation of Books in Historic Country Houses Columbia Univ
86 11/30/1981 Michael Gullick The Red Gull Press For God and Mammon: An Inquiry into the Role and Identity of Medieval Artists and Scribes ... [esp c12] Columbia Univ
85 11/23/1981 Madeleine B Stern Rostenberg & Stern Rare Books The Role of the Publisher in Mid-c19 American Literature Columbia Univ
83 11/9/1981 William P. Barlow , Jr Partner, Barlow & Hughan John Baskerville, or Printing Saved Again Columbia Univ
81 10/8/1981 David Vaisey Librarian Emeritus, Bodleian Library, Oxford University The Department of Western MSS at the Bodleian Columbia Univ
80 5/18/1981 Joseph Viscomi James G Kenan Professor of English, Dept of English, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill Blake and the Idea of the Book Columbia Univ
78 4/20/1981 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading The Monotype Corporation and the Historical Revival Business, 1912-1939 Columbia Univ
77 4/15/1981 Katharine Kyes Leab Editor, American Book Prices Current UTOPIA and BAMBAM: Machine-Readable Date Bases and American Book Prices Current Columbia Univ
76 4/7/1981 Gerald Gottlieb The Whole Picture: The Role of the Rare Book Library and Museum in Collecting Early Children's Books Columbia Univ
75 3/30/1981 Anthony Cains Director, Conservation Laboratory, Library, Trinity College On the Road with The Book of Kells: Preservation, Medieval MSS, and Traveling Exhibitions Columbia Univ
74 3/24/1981 John Feather Professor, Library & Information Studies, Loughborough University The Future of the Past: Why Rare Books Matter Columbia Univ
72 12/2/1980 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library From Bibliothèque du Roi to World Information System: The National Library in Historical Perspective Columbia Univ
71 12/1/1980 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library Rare Books Librarianship: An International Survey of the State of the Art Columbia Univ
70 11/20/1980 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector From Codex to Silicon Chip: An Overview of Developments in Communications from the c4-c21, or So Columbia Univ
69 11/17/1980 David Smith The Making of the Pre-56 NUC: A Lecture Celebrating the Completion of the NUC, Pre-1956 Imprints Columbia Univ
68 9/25/1980 John Dreyfus Morris to Penguin: British Book Production, 1889-1939 Columbia Univ
66 9/11/1980 Peter Davison On Editing Bibliographical Publications Columbia Univ
65 6/23/1980 R J Roberts Deputy Librarian, Bodleian Library John Dee (1527-1608) and His Library Columbia Univ
64 6/19/1980 Michael Turner A View of the Bodleian Library Columbia Univ
61 3/24/1980 G Thomas Tanselle Vice President, J S Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Physical Bibliography in the c20 Columbia Univ
60 3/4/1980 Katharine F Pantzer Harvard University Bibliography As Practiced in the STC Revision, With Some Examples Columbia Univ
58 11/19/1979 Stephen Weissman Ximenes Rare Books, Inc Book Auctions: Mechanics, Methods, and Manners Columbia Univ
57 11/15/1979 Gary Link Frost Conservator, University Library, University of Iowa A Brief History of Western Bookbinding Without One Mention of Decoration Columbia Univ
56 10/15/1979 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector The Building of the Bibliotheca Lindesiana Columbia Univ
55 9/27/1979 David McKitterick Librarian & Fellow, Trinity College Libraries at Cambridge Columbia Univ
54 4/24/1979 Thomas F Wright The Clark Library Columbia Univ
53 4/18/1979 John Dreyfus The Nonesuch Press and the Genius of Sir Francis Meynell Columbia Univ
52 4/5/1979 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading The Caslons and c18 English Typefounding Columbia Univ
51 3/29/1979 Hendrik Edelman Language Diversity in Colonial America: An Exploration of Early American Imprints Columbia Univ
50 3/20/1979 Alan Bell Librarian Emeritus, The London Library Publishers' Archives and Their Uses Columbia Univ
49 2/13/1979 Nancy E Gwinn Director & Acting Head of Special Collns, Smithsonian Institution Libraries The Council on Library Resources and Academic and Research Libraries Columbia Univ
47 12/18/1978 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library Problems in c20 Bibliography: The Case of George Orwell: A Report of Work in Progress Columbia Univ
46 12/6/1978 James M Wells Vice President (retired), The Newberry Library The Newberry Library: An Uncommon Collection of Uncommon Collections Columbia Univ
45 10/31/1978 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector The Perils of Publishing in the c16 Columbia Univ
43 10/17/1978 Kenneth W. Rendell President, Kenneth W Rendell Gallery, Inc Discovering Forgeries and Frauds in Manuscripts Columbia Univ
42 4/10/1978 Richard Landon Director and Professor, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto Rare Book Librarianship: Past and Future Columbia Univ
40 1/30/1978 William B Todd Kerr Centennial Professor, Emeritus, Department of English, University of Texas at Austin The Techniques of Descriptive Bibliography Applied to the Nixon Transcripts Columbia Univ
38 10/25/1977 John Dreyfus The Curwen Press and the Curwen Studio Columbia Univ
37 10/17/1977 Walter Hamady Proprietor, The Perishable Press Limited, An Anecdotal Account of the Pitfalls and Glories of 13 Years of Making Books by Hand Columbia Univ
36 9/19/1977 Peter Snow Publicity Director, Templeton College The Trans-Atlantic Connection: Anglo-American Library Resources at Oxford and Yale [with J M Friedman] Columbia Univ
35 9/19/1977 Joan M Friedman The Trans-Atlantic Connection: Anglo-American Library Resources at Oxford and Yale [with Peter Snow] Columbia Univ
33 4/20/1977 John Feather Professor, Library & Information Studies, Loughborough University The John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera Columbia Univ
32 4/5/1977 Stanley H Boorman Department of Music, New York University Ottaviano Petrucci and his Workshop: The Processes of Early Music Printing Columbia Univ
30 3/11/1977 Alexander Lawson Cary Professor Emeritus, Rochester Institute of Technology On the Classification of Typefaces Columbia Univ
29 1/26/1977 Robin C Alston STC's and that STC: Libraries, the Rare Book Trade, and Short-Title Catalogs Columbia Univ
28 11/18/1976 Michael Turner The Bodleian Library Reviewed Columbia Univ
27 11/8/1976 Nicolas Barker Editor, The Book Collector William Caxton: New Discoveries Columbia Univ
26 11/3/1976 Beverly P. Lynch Professor, Grad Sch of Educ & Inf Studies, UCLA Issues in Academic Librarianship Columbia Univ
25 4/27/1976 Ian Willison (retired), History and Humanities Division, British Library The Rare Book Collections of the British Library Columbia Univ
24 10/22/1975 John Dreyfus The Calligraphy of Edward Johnston Columbia Univ
23 4/23/1975 Michael Turner A View of the Bodleian Columbia Univ
21 4/2/1975 Susan T Sommer Chief Librarian, Library for the Performing Arts, NYPL What To Do Until the Music Librarian Comes Columbia Univ
18 2/25/1975 Russell Shank Information for the Octopus on the Mall Columbia Univ
17 1/29/1975 Madeleine B Stern Rostenberg & Stern Rare Books Feminism is Collectible Columbia Univ
16 12/10/1974 Susan Otis Thompson The American Arts & Crafts Book Columbia Univ
14 10/30/1974 John Dreyfus Eric Gill: Type Designer and Book Illustrator Columbia Univ
13 5/1/1974 Sue Allen Independent Book Historian, Victorian Publishers' Bindings Columbia Univ
10 2/14/1974 Justin G Schiller Justin G Schiller, Ltd Book Collecting and Rarities in Children's Literature Columbia Univ
9 2/12/1974 Michael Turner The Bodleian Library, Oxford Columbia Univ
7 11/8/1973 James Mosley Visiting Professor, Dept of Typography/Graph Comm, The University of Reading British Type Specimens Before 1831 Columbia Univ
6 10/25/1973 Leona Rostenberg Partner & Founder, Rostenberg & Stern - Rare Books The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America and Rarities in the Scholarly Book Trade Columbia Univ
3 10/4/1973 Andreas Brown Gotham Book Mart & Gallery, Inc The Contemporary Book Trade and Contemporary Rarities Columbia Univ
1 11/16/1972 Michael Turner Collecting Printed Ephemera