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[BKARTS] THIS THURSDAY--Molly Schwartzburg on the Contemporary Experimental Book (fwd)



Interested SF Peninsula book-arts people are welcome to join this talk and
discussion. E-mail me with any questions.

Molly Schwartzburg

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Date: Sat, 10 May 2003 12:17:29 -0700
From: kegross@stanford.edu
To: history-of-the-book@lists.Stanford.EDU
Cc: english-grads@lists.Stanford.EDU, englishdept@lists.Stanford.EDU,
     mtlgradstu@lists.Stanford.EDU
Subject: THIS THURSDAY--Molly Schwartzburg on the Contemporary Experimental
    Book

The Stanford History of the Book Workshop invites you to a
presentation by


MOLLY SCHWARTZBURG
Dept. of English, Stanford

"WHEN DOES BOOK HISTORY END?: SITUATING CONTEMPORARY EXPERIMENTAL BOOKS"


The precirculated reading is a dissertation chapter entitled:
"TOWARDS 'CONTEMPLATIVE STUDY OF THE BOOK':
ANN HAMILTON'S _TROPOS_ & THE PERIPHERIES OF
READING"


Thursday, May 15

4:30-6:00 pm

Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center

Readings are now available in the English Department and
Stanford Humanities Center.


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The Stanford History of the Book Workshop, 2002-03, is
sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center and funded by a
grant from the Mellon Foundation.  Its co-directors are Seth Lerer
(Stanford) and Leah Price (Harvard/Stanford Humanities Center
Fellow 2002-03).  For any questions please contact Karen Gross,
kegross@stanford.edu.


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