Print/Reprint: A Roundtable Discussion of Print Technologies as Material Evidence
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Presenting distinguished panelists from across the United States, this virtual event will delve into the study of 20th-century printing technologies and how they can impact our collective understanding of social, cultural and labor history.
Featured panelists and moderators for the roundtable discussion include:
- E. Haven Hawley, chair of the Special and Area Studies Collections Department at George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida;
- Erin McGuirl, bibliographer and executive director of The Bibliographical Society of America;
- Autumn Womack, assistant professor for the Department of English and African American Studies, Princeton University; and
- Elizabeth Ott, Frank Borden Hanes Curator of Rare Books at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Libraries.
"Print/Reprint" is a continuation of the King Library Press' biannual seminars and workshops celebrating the book arts and fine printing. This will be the sixth virtual event that the press has hosted since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.