Rare Book School Summer Courses

Rare Book School (RBS) is now accepting applications on a rolling basis for our five-day, intensive courses focused on the history of manuscript, print, and digital materials.
Among our more than thirty courses on the history of books and printing, we are pleased to offer courses of interest to those in the fields of early modern literature and history. The following courses are still accepting applications:
– “The Books of the Plays: Shakespeare & Print,” taught by David Scott Kastan (Yale) at Yale University, 11–16 June
– M-20 “Seminar in Western Codicology,” taught by M. Michèle Mulchahey (Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies) in Charlottesville, 23–28 July
– H-30 “The Printed Book in the West to 1800,” taught by Martin Antonetti (Northwestern University) in Charlottesville, 4–9 June
– I-10 “The History of Printed Book Illustration in the West,” taught by Erin C. Blake (Folger Shakespeare Library) in Charlottesville, 4–9 June
– G-45 “Analytical Bibliography,” taught by Stephen Tabor (Huntington Library) in Charlottesville, 9–14 July
We recommend submitting your application(s) by the end of the day on 27 March, as the next batch will be released to faculty members for consideration on 28 March.
Contact us at rbsprograms@virginia.edu if you have questions about course availability or about RBS in general. Visit rarebookschool.org[rarebookschool.org] for our full schedule, course details, and instructions for applying.