Rare Book School Still Accepting Applications!

First-round admissions decisions for our 2021 summer courses will be announced soon. If you missed the first deadline, it’s not too late! Apply to any of our 35 courses, including:

–C-75c: Introduction to the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, taught by Cheryl Beredo, Joy Bivins, Michelle Commander, Tammi Lawson, Shola Lynch, and Michael Mery (6 hours)
–G-85c: Why Black Bibliography Matters, taught by Kinohi Nishikawa (6 hours)
–H-90a: Teaching the History of the Book, taught by Michael F. Suarez, S.J. (22 hours)
–H-105a: The Bible and Histories of Reading, taught by Peter Stallybrass, with Lynne Farrington (22 hours)
–H-170b: Spanish American Textual Technologies to 1700, taught by Hortensia Calvo, Christine Hernandez, and Rachel Stein (10 hours)
–H-180c: Six Degrees of Phillis Wheatley, taught by Tara Bynum (6 hours)
–H-185c: African American Print Cultures in the Nineteenth-Century United States, taught by Derrick R. Spires (6 hours)
–I-45b: The Photographic Book since 1843, taught by Richard Ovenden (10 hours)
–M-100a: Fragmentology, taught by Lisa Fagin Davis (22 hours)

Please submit your applications by midnight (ET) on Monday, 22 March to be considered in the next round. As always, applications will be considered on a rolling basis until all seats are filled. If you have questions about the courses, please contact rbsprograms@virginia.edu.

With best regards,
The RBS Programs Team

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