Membros do Projeto de Pesquisa participam de evento internacional
MIGRATIONS OF THE BOOK
A Virtual Book History Conference
Hosted by Texas A&M University Libraries
14-15 October 2021
Thursday, 14 October 2021
Central Standard Times
Panel One: Textual Reuse | 8:00am - 9:30am
Sarah Bull (Ryerson University), "Theorizing Fugitive Text Migration in Nineteenth-Century Books"
Laura Moretti (University of Cambridge), "Hybrid Delights: The Porous Boundaries Between Ephemera and Books in Nineteenth-Century Japan"
Helga Müllneritsch (Uppsala University), "Transmission and Permanence of Recipes in Manuscripts"
Panel Two: Material Meanings | 9:45am - 11:15am
Todd Samuelson (University of Utah), "Scrap Circulation: Charting the Movement of Printers' Waste"
Helen Magowan (University of Cambridge), "Content is King? Materiality and Meaning in an Early Modern Japanese Printed Copybook"
Anthony Chapman-Joy (University of London / British Library), "Commune, Caricatures, Conservation: The Migration of Political Cultures After Upheaval"
Panel Three: Provenance | 11:30am - 1:00pm
Alex Bubb (Roehampton University), "Grassroots Provenance Studies: Evidence of 'Ordinary' Readers and their Reception of Translations"
Nathalia Henrich (The Catholic University of America), Fabiano Cataldo de Azevedo (Federal University of Bahia - UFBA), and Luciana Martins (Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro - UNIRIO), "From Private Library to Special Collections: Tracing the History of the Oliveira Lima Library Through Provenance Research"
Drew B. Thomas (University College Dublin), "Collecting Luther's Counterfeits: The Undetected Migration of False Imprints Across Centuries and Collections"
Panel Four: Institutional Collecting | 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Sumayya Ahmed (Simmons University) and Theo Dumothier (Simmons University), "Plotting the Journey: Ibn Battuta's Rihla Manuscript and the Silence of Colonial Confiscations"
Ana Paula Sampaio Caldeira (Federal University of Minas Gerais) and Mariana de Moraes Silveira (Federal University of Minas Gerais), "Fleeting Libraries: The Connected Histories of the Oliveira Lima and Quesada Collections"
Lauren Gottlieb-Miller (Menil Collection), "The Kokomo Books: 'Black Americana' in the Menil Collection Library"
Friday, 15 October 2021
Panel Five: Knowledge & Location | 8:00am - 9:30am
Patricia May B. Jurilla (University of the Philippines in Diliman), "The Colonial Book as a Cross-Cultural Artefact, or The Curious Case of a Seventeenth-Century Book from Manila"
Tim Sommer (University of Heidelberg / University of Edinburgh), "Migrating Authors and Migrating Books in the Early Black Atlantic: Phillis Wheatley, Francis Williams, Olaudah Equiano"
Bill Bell (Cardiff University), "Books in Utopia"
Panel Six: Textual Assimilation | 9:45am - 11:15am
Derek Kane O'Leary (University of South Carolina, Columbia), "Rafn's Antiquitates Americanae (1837) and the Attempt to Rewrite Atlantic History"
Eileen A. Horansky (Yale University), "From Nation to Nationalism: Making and Remaking Texts in Charlotte Brooke's Reliques of Ancient Irish Poetry and Matilda Potter's Mount Erin"
Madeline Keyser (Indiana University), "Ovid's Metamorphoses 'Verteutscht': Translating Ovid in Early Modern Germany"
Keynote Lecture | 11:30am-1:00pm
Nandini Das (University of Oxford), "Singing the Book: Travellers, Traitors, and Books at the Crossroads of Empires"
Panel Seven: Knowledge & Location II | 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Andrew B. Wertheimer (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa), "Retracing the Shadows of Migrant Libraries: Unearthing Japanese Libraries in Prewar Hawaiʻi"
Elisabeth Brander (Washington University in St. Louis), "From West to East: Medical Illustrations in Rangaku"
Noriko Asato (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa), "Porters, Importers, Jobbers, Booksellers, and Readers: Exploring Japanese Book Distribution in Hawaiʻi, 1896-1941"
Panel Eight: Institutional Collecting | 3:00pm - 4:30pm
John Rodzvilla (Emerson College), "Where Have All the Readers Gone? A Topology of Digital Books"
Jessica Bigelow (Indiana University), "The Steward of Book History in the Digital Age: The Struggles and Rewards of Collecting eBooks and eReaders for Special Collections Institutions"
Michael Hancher (University of Minnesota), "Banishing Books from Academic Libraries"