California Rare Book School 2014

The 2014 course schedule is now posted on the CalRBS Website (www.calrbs.org) and applications are being accepted.  CalRBS will be offering nine courses during Weeks 1 and 2 (August 4-15, 2014) in Los Angeles, and three courses during Week 3 (November 3-7, 2014) in San Francisco and Berkeley.

There are no deadlines for course applications, as each course remains open until it is full (maximum 12 students).  However, there are scholarships funded by multiple sources that have two application deadlines.  The first is June 15 for Weeks 1 and 2, and the second is August 15 for Week 3.  See the CalRBS Website (www.calrbs.org) for details and application forms.

Courses that may appeal to CGU A&H and Religion students and faculty:

History of the Book in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries taught by Dr. Jeff Groves, Harvey Mudd College

Descriptive Bibliography taught by Bruce Whiteman– Early Modern Studies folks, want to know a lot more about the practice of descriptive bibliography as well as about how early printed books were illustrated and distributed?

History, Identification, & Preservation of Motion Picture/Video Materials taught by Snowden Becker, Program Manager for the Moving Image Archive Studies MA degree at UCLA

Byzantine Illustrated Manuscripts taught by Dr. Justine Andrews, University of New Mexico

History of the Book in East Asia taught by Peter Zhou & Deborah Rudolph, C. V. Starr East Asian Library, UC Berkeley

See the CalRBS Website (www.calrbs.org) for course descriptions and instructors’ bios.

Please email calrbs@gseis.ucla.edu if you have any questions or comments.

Carrie Marsh | Director of Special Collections and Libraries | Honnold/Mudd Library |800 North Dartmouth Avenue | Claremont, CA 91711-5053
Phone (909) 621-8874| carrie_marsh@cuc.claremont.edu

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