HIST574 - INTRODUCTION TO BIBLIOGRAPHY FROM GUTENBERG TO GOOGLE BOOKS

Description: 
This course offers an introduction to the principles of descriptive and analytic bibliography and textual editing. The history of authorship, manuscript production, printing, publishing, and reading will be addressed as they inform an understanding of how a particular text came to be the way it is. Diverse theories of editing will be studied and put into practice with short passages. The course is primary to the English Department. Please be in contact with them if you need further information.
Instructors: 
LESSER, ZACHARY
FRAAS, ARTHUR
Day and Time: 
R 1200PM-0300PM
Room: 

VAN PELT LIBRARY 627

Activity: 
SEM
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