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Drew University Book History MA Program



>Date: Wed, 08 Jul 1998 20:35:10 -0500 (EST)
>From: Jonathan Rose <JEROSE@xxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Drew University Book History MA Program
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>                                        Date:     08-Jul-1998 05:27pm EST
>                                        From:     Rose, Jonathan
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>Subject: Drew University Book History MA Program
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>               DREW UNIVERSITY M.A. PROGRAM IN BOOK HISTORY
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>       Drew University is inaugurating a new M.A. program in Book History
>-- the first such program outside Europe.  The instructors will be drawn
>from Drew's permanent faculty and from neighboring universities,
>libraries, and museums.  The program plans to offer the following courses
>in the 1999-2001 academic years, subject to student demand and instructor
>availability:
>
>       The History of the Book in America
>               Brett Gary, Drew University
>
>       The History of the Book in Britain
>               Jonathan Rose, Drew University
>
>       The History of the Book in Europe
>               Larry Sullivan, John Jay College Library
>
>       The History of Libraries, Museums, and Information
>               Deirdre Stam, Drew University
>
>       The History of Religious Publishing
>               Leonard I. Sweet, Drew University
>
>       The History of Propaganda and Censorship
>               Brett Gary, Drew University
>
>       The History of the American Mass Media
>               Brett Gary, Drew University
>
>       The History of Textual Interpretation
>               William Elkins, Drew University
>
>       Archives and Research
>               Kenneth Rowe and Dale Patterson, Drew University
>
>       The Sociology of Mass Communication
>               Jonathan Reader, Drew University
>
>       The Early Book: Manuscript to Print 1350-1550
>               Martha Driver, Pace University
>
>       The History of Literacy
>               E. Jennifer Monaghan, Brooklyn College CUNY
>
>       The History of Linguistics and Lexicography
>               Donna M. Farina, Jersey City State College
>
>       The History of Children's Publishing
>               Ruth Bottigheimer, SUNY Stony Brook
>
>       The History of the Print
>               Nadine Orenstein, Metropolitan Museum of Art
>
>       The Jewish Book
>               Zachary Baker, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
>
>       The African-American Press
>               Instructor to be announced
>
>       The Latino Press and Media
>               Elizabeth Dwyer, Rutgers University
>
>       The Art and Technology of the Book
>               John Bidwell, Princeton University Library
>
>       The Contemporary Book Trade
>               Marc Aronson, New York University
>
>       The Electronic Text
>               Jeffery Triggs, Oxford English Dictionary
>
>       Pending approval by the university's board of trustees, the first
>intake of students will be in September 1999.  The program is designed for
>librarians, teachers, bibliophiles, booksellers, publishing professionals,
>and students who plan to pursue doctoral degrees in history or literature.
>There will be opportunities for part-time as well as full-time study.  For
>further information and application forms, contact the Office of Graduate
>Admissions, Drew University, Madison, NJ 07940-3110, USA, telephone
>973-408-3110, e-mail gsoroka@xxxxxxxxx
>
>       Brochures will be available at the upcoming SHARP conference in
>Vancouver.  The director of the program, Jonathan Rose, will be there to
>answer questions.
>
>       In connection with this program, Drew University will, beginning
>in Fall 1998, sponsor a two-year series of public lectures by working book
>historians, funded by a $10,000 grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas
>Foundation.  Speakers and topics will be announced in the near future.
>
>
>               [Other lists and publications please copy]
>
>
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