Spring 2022 Virtual Book Talks at the American Antiquarian Society

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June 1, 2022
United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Digital Humanities, Literature, Public History, Humanities
Dear Colleagues,  

I am pleased to share the Fall 2022 schedule for the virtual book talk series sponsored by the Program in the History of the Book in American Culture at the American Antiquarian Society.  

Our first program is scheduled for Thursday, January 27, at 2pm EDT and features Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Professor of English and Digital Studies at the University of Maryland, who will discuss his new work, Bitstreams: The Future of Digital Literary Heritage (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021).  Those interested in attending the program may register here.
Our fall schedule also includes the following:

February 24, 2022: Reed Gochberg (Harvard University). Useful Objects: Museums, Science, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century America (Oxford University Press, 2021). Register here.


March 31, 2022: Hannah Farber (Columbia University). Underwriters of the United States: How Insurance Shaped the American Founding (UNC Press, 2021). Register here.


April 28, 2022: Jennifer Putzi (William & Mary). Fair Copy: Relational Poetics and Antebellum American Women’s Poetry (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021). Register here.

All of these programs are free but require advanced registration. More information is available at https://americanantiquarian.org/virtual-book-talks.
I wish you all a great start to this new semester, and I look forward to seeing you at an upcoming program!
Thank you, 
Kevin Wisniewski 
Contact Info: 

Kevin A. Wisniewski, PhD

Director of Book History and Digital Initiatives

American Antiquarian Society

185 Salisbury Street

Worcester, MA  01609-1634

E-Mail: kwisniewski@mwa.org

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