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RBS 2002 Summer Session courses



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Rare Book School (RBS) is pleased to announce the schedule of courses for
its first summer session, Monday-Friday 8-12 July and Monday-Friday 15-19
July 2002.
         The new courses offered include B-010: Introduction to the History
of Bookbinding, taught by Jan Storm van Leeuwen (Keeper of the Binding
Collection, Royal Dutch Library, The Hague); and L-075: Electronic Texts in
XML, taught by David Seaman, with Christine Ruotolo and Matthew Gibson (all
of the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center).
         John Buchtel (RBS) and Mark Dimunation (Chief, Rare Book & Special
Collections Division, Library of Congress) will begin teaching H-010: The
History of the Book, 200-2000; and RBS regulars Greer Allen, Sue Allen,
Martin Antonetti, William P. Barlow, Jr, Mirjam Foot, James Mosley, Alice
Schreyer, and Michael Twyman will all be on hand doing what they do best.

The RBS 2002 courses offered in the second summer session (Monday-Friday
July 29-August 2 and Monday-Friday 5-9 August) will be announced shortly.


Terry Belanger : University Professor : University of Virginia
114 Alderman Library : Charlottesville, VA  22903
         Telephone 434-924-8851
                 Fax 434/924-8824
                         Email belanger@virginia.edu
                                 URL <http://www.rarebookschool.org>

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