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Symposium on book preservation and interpretation

From: Nicole Hayes <nicole_at_ica>
Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Reading the Book: How Preservation Impacts Interpretation

Presented by Intermuseum Conservation Association
Hosted by the Friends of the Oberlin College Library
September 7, 2007
Oberlin College
Oberlin, OH
9am-5pm

This free one day symposium will feature four scholars presenting a
broad historical overview of the evolution of the book as an object,
with a nod to how the physicality of the book (and actions such as
conservation) can impact its use as an historical/literary tool.
RSVPs to

    Nicole Hayes
    216-658-8700
    nhayes [at] ica__artconservation__org

are requested but not required.

Presenters:

       Dr. Erik Inglis
       Oberlin College
       Making and Meaning in Late Mediaeval Illustrated Books: Two
       Case Studies in the International Marketing of Books of Hours

       Dr. Cathleen Baker
       University of Michigan
       Nineteenth Century Publishers' Bindings: Reflections of the
       Industrial Revolution

       Dr. Randy Silverman
       University of Utah
       Jackets Recommended: The Case for Preserving Dust Jackets in
       Research Libraries

       Dr. Anne Trubek
       Oberlin College
       A Short History of New Writing Technologies, from Plato to
       MySpace

Exact campus location will be posted at
<URL:http://www.ica-artconservation.org/education/current.htm> as it
becomes available.

Founded in 1952, the Intermuseum Conservation Association (ICA) is
the nation's oldest non profit regional fine art conservation
center.  Based in Cleveland, Ohio, the ICA serves the general public
and a broad membership of arts and cultural institutions, non profit
organizations, government agencies, and corporate and private
collectors.  The center provides a range of conservation and
preservation treatments for materials including paintings, murals,
works on paper such as photographs and books, objects of all media,
outdoor sculpture, monuments, and textiles.  The organization
received its 501(c)(3) status in 1954, and remains the only non
profit art conservation treatment and education facility in the
lower Midwest.

Nicole M. Hayes
Field Services Officer
Intermuseum Conservation Association
2915 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland OH 44113
216-658-8700
Fax: 216-658-8709


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