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Lecture: Scottish Publishing, Drew University, Madison, NJ, April 10



        The Graduate Program in Book History at Drew University presents a free
public lecture:


                        DAVID FINKELSTEIN

                          will speak on

             PRINT CULTURE MEETS SHOP FLOOR POLITICS:
             A STUDY OF SCOTTISH PUBLISHING 1860-1880

                   Monday, 10 April, at 8:00 pm
                        Learning Center 28
                   Drew University, Madison, NJ

        David Finkelstein is Head of the Media and Communication Department at
Queen Margaret University College in Edinburgh.  He is co-editor of *The
Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identities* (Macmillan,
2000), *Negotiating India in the Nineteenth-Century Media* (Macmillan,
2000), and *The Book History Reader* (Routledge, forthcoming).  He will
speak on the role of printshop culture in shaping Victorian literature.

        This event is funded by a grant from the Gladys Krieble Delmas
Foundation.  For more information about the Graduate Program in Book
History at Drew University, contact gradm@drew.edu.



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