From ARLIS: April 6, 2015

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Here’s What’s New for 2015
Fourteen, 1-Week Intensive Courses Offered
 Week 1, August 3-7, Courses at UCLA

  • Born Digital/Digital Collections
  • Forgery in Manuscript & Printed book (NEW)
  • Medieval & renaissance Manuscripts
  • Developing & Administering African American Resources (NEW)
  • History of the Book, 200-1820

 Week 2, August 10-14, Courses at UCLA

  • The Renaissance Book, 1400-1650
  • History of the Book in Hispanic America, 16th-19th Centuries
  • Arist’s Books: Collection, Development, and Assessment
  • Library & Archives Preservation in the Digital Age
  • Exhibiting Rare Books & Ephemera (NEW)

 Week 3, November 2-6, Courses at UC Berkeley or in San Francisco

  • Books of the Far West with an Emphasis on California-CHS
  • Descriptive Bibliography-The Book Club of California
  • History, Identification, & Preservation of Photographic Materials-UC Berkeley-Bancroft Library
  • History of Cartography/Maps-UC Berkeley-Bancroft Library

 Scholarships are made possible by grants and gifts from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), William Reese Company, Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, & Publishing (SHARP), the So. California Chapter of the ABAA, the Zamorano Club, and the CalRBS Annual Fund.

 Scholarship application deadlines:

  • June 14 (for August courses)
  • September 13 (for November courses)

·     How to contact CalRBS?   See the website for more details and to find:

  • Course descriptions
  • Faculty bios
  • Application forms for courses and scholarships
  • Staff contact info

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