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- Subject: summer workshop
- From: Karen Schiff <kschiff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 May 1996 14:37:35 -0400
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I got some info about a short workshop at Dartmouth this August that
might interest some folks...
It's called "William Morris & the Kelmscott Press," from August 21-24 at
the Dartmouth College Library. Billed as a "Book Arts Summer Workshop,"
most of your time would be spent setting type and printing a broadside.
Each day, there are also lectures on different aspects of Morris' work,
and each participant will also receive readings in the mail beforehand.
The $425 fee covers most things. Enrollment is limited.
For more info and an application, contact:
Book Arts Summer Workshop
Dartmouth College Library
Hanover, NH 03755
TEL: (603) 646-2236
FAX: (603) 646-3702
Also, for a different twist on the copyright conversation, check out the
inside back page of the _NYT Book Review_ for this week. A Harvard prof
talks about his experiences getting his books on China translated into
Chinese without his permission. (I'm pretty sure that's where I saw it...)