A.S.W. Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography

A.S.W. Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography

 
The Rosenbach Lectures began in 1931 and are the longest continuing series of bibliographical lectureships in the United States. The series honors A.S.W. Rosenbach, one of America's greatest book dealers and collectors. Its intention is to further scholarship and scholarly publication in bibliography and book history, broadly understood. Rosenbach Fellows typically present a series of three lectures over a period of one to two weeks while in residence at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Lectures from 2014

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Hidden Hands: Amanuenses and Authorship in Early Modern Europe, Ann Blair

Lectures from 2013

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The First Quarter Century of European Printing, Paul Needham

Lectures from 2011

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The Traveller, the Tower and the Worm, Alberto Manguel

Lectures from 2010

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Divine Art / Infernal Machine: Western Views of Printing Surveyed, Elizabeth L. Eisenstein

Lectures from 2009

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The Evangelical Public Sphere, Michael Warner

Lectures from 2008

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The Latin Bible as Codex, Paul Saenger

Lectures from 2007

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Pen and Press: Practices of Writing and Publishing in Colonial America, David D. Hall