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Columbia Book History Colloquium: Deborah L. Krohn

The Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Columbia University is pleased to announce the program for the Fall 2012 Book History Colloquium. All events will take place at 6pm in 523 Butler Library on the Columbia Morningside campus.

Additional information including speaker bios and descriptions of the talks can be found on our website:

Thursday, September 20
*Susan Boynton, *Professor of Historical Musicology, Columbia University* The Visigothic Script in the Age of Print: Politics and the History of Paleography*

Tuesday, October 16
*Jordan Alexander Stein, * Assistant Professor of English, University of Colorado at Boulder
*The Myth of the Woman Novel Reader*

Thursday, November 15
*Deborah L. Krohn, *Associate Professor, Bard Graduate Center*
Reading, Writing, and Cooking: Exploring Marginalia in an Early Modern Cookbook*

Monday, December 3
*Sharon Marcus, *Orlando Harriman Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
*The Golden Age of Theatrical Scrapbooks, 1880-1930*

Thu Nov 15, 2012 6pm – 7:30pm Eastern Time
523 Butler Library (map)