"How to Build an Imaginary Cabinet of Curiosities: Lessons in Entrepreneurship for Gallant Youth, ca. 1700" Lecture by Kelly Whitmer, Assistant Professor of History at Sewanee: the University of the South. March 12, 2014, 5:00pm, Library Lecture Room.
ARTS 222 Introductory Print Methods: Typography/Book Arts, Spring 2014 Katherine M. Ruffin, Book Arts Program Director, teaches this course in the Book Arts Lab. 2014 Book Studies Faculty Seminar: Teaching & Conducting Research with Books and OtherText-Technologies: Book History, the Book Arts, and Book Studies at Wellesley College Sponsored by the Provost’s Office and Library & Technology Services and made possible by the generous support of The Friends of the Wellesley College Library’s Innovations in Reading and Scholarship Fund. Tuesday, January 14, through Thursday, January 16, 2014
Contact: Sarah Wall-Randell, English, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, with questions
ARTH 299 History of the Book from Manuscript to Print, Spring 2013 Ruth Rogers, Curator of Special Collections, taught this course in Special Collections.
Ann Blair, Henry Charles Lee Professor of History at Harvard University "Too Much to Know: Managing Scholarly Information Before the Digital Age" Saturday, November 10, 2012, 4 pm Collins Cinema Contact Person: Hélène Bilis
Peter Stallybrass, Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities and Professor of English and of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania Newhouse Center for Humanities Elizabeth Turner Jordan '59 Lecture Lecture and Seminar Lecture: “What is a letter?” (letter as in correspondence) Monday, December 3, 2012: 4:30 pm Seminar: “What is a book?” Tuesday, December 4, 2012: 12:30-2:00, Newhouse Center
Pfortzheimer Learning and Teaching Center Luncheon: "The Book Studies Concentration at Smith College" Lecture by Martin Antonetti, Curator of Rare Books, Smith College Wednesday, October 24, 2012, 12:30 Library Lecture Room
2012 Book Studies Faculty Seminar: Teaching with Books and Other Text-Technologies: Book History, the Book Arts, and Book Studies in the Wellesley Curriculum.” Sponsored by the Provost’s Office and Library & Technology Services and made possible by the generous support of The Friends of the Wellesley College Library’s Innovations in Reading and Scholarship Fund Monday, June 4-Wednesday, June, 6, 2012