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ANN: Postdoctoral Fellowship



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 If this has already appeared on the list, I apologize for posting it
yet again, but I thought it worth the risk.
 Dorothy A.
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Date:         Sun, 10 Dec 2000 21:58:36 -0800 (PST)
From:         "Jerome S. Arkenberg" <varromurena@yahoo.com>


> POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
> A HISTORY OF THE BOOK IN CANADA/
> HISTOIRE DU LIVRE ET DE L'IMPRIME AU CANADA
>
> The project for A History of the Book in
> Canada/Histoire du livre et
> de l'imprime au Canada is seeking a postdoctoral
> fellow to work on
> Volume One (Beginnings to 1840) for a two-year term
> starting in
> January 2001.
>
> Funded as a SSHRC Major Collaborative Research
> Initiative, HBiC/HLIC
> is a team of historians, literary scholars,
> librarians and information
> specialists engaged in an ambitious programme of
> research and
> publication which will define Canada's place within
> an international network of book history studies.
> With the active
> participation of established and new scholars, we
> will write an
> interdisciplinary history of the book in Canada from
> the arrival
> of Europeans to the present. Texts will be written
> by collaborators in
> French or English then translated for publication in
> two editions,
> three volumes in French and three volumes in
> English. The team works
> from research sites at Simon Fraser University,
> University of Regina,
> University of Toronto, McGill University, Universite
> de Sherbrooke and
> Dalhousie University.
>
> The successful candidate will have knowledge of
> Canadian book history
> before 1840, the ability to read and speak French
> and English, and a
> talent for contributing to a team, both nationally
> and as part of the
> project office at the Faculty of Information
> Studies, University of
> Toronto. Working closely with the co-editors of
> Volume One, the
> postdoctoral fellow will conduct independent
> research, assist
> collaborators, supervise graduate students and
> participate in the
> development of the project. Facility with computers
> and the Internet
> is essential.
>
> More information on HBiC/HLIC is available at
>
> http://www.hbic.library.utoronto.ca
>
> Applicants should submit a c.v. and a covering
> letter, along with two
> letters of reference, to:
>
> Dr. Patricia Fleming,
> Principal Investigator and Co-Editor, Volume I
> A History of the Book in Canada/Histoire du livre et
> de l'imprime au
> Canada
> Faculty of Information Studies, University of
> Toronto
> 140 St. George St.
> Toronto  ON  Canada M5S 3G6
> fleming@fis.utoronto.ca
> Phone: (416) 978-2884
> Fax: (416) 978-7097
>
> The application deadline is 31 December 2000.
>
>
>
> --
> Judith Donnelly
> Project Manager
> A History of the Book in Canada/Histoire du livre et
> de l'imprime au
> Canada
> (donnelly@fis.utoronto.ca)
>
>

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