|Date(s) Sort descending||Event||Event Type||Region|
|January 22, 2021 - January 24, 2021||Virtual Rocky Mountain Book & Paper Fair
Lexington, MAMore info
|January 25, 2021 - January 29, 2021||BSA -- Bibliography Week -- Online
Monday, January 25
Phillis Wheatley’s Poems on Various Subjects Religious and Moral (1773)
Moderator: Jonathan Senchyne, Associate Professor & Director, Center For The History Of Print And Digital Culture at the University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Zamorano Press and Printing in Mexican California
Moderator: Kirsten Silva Gruesz, Professor of Literature, University of California Santa Cruz
5:30-6:30 PM EST – Code of Conduct Info Session: Meet our Consultant Ombudsperson
A Picture of Slavery for Youth: Creating Young Abolitionists
Moderator: Dorothy J. Berry, Digital Collections Program Manager, Houghton Library, Harvard University
5:30-6:30pm EST – Publishing in PBSA: Ask the Editors
Bibliographical Legacies: Reproduction & the Mesoamerican Book
Moderator: Alex Hidalgo, Associate Professor of History and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Texas Christian University
In the virtual setting, attendees will watch just one New Scholar’s 20-minute paper and focused Q&A in individual breakout rooms. Attendees and Scholars will reconvene for a general Q&A after the presentations and a discussion of what it’s like to be an emerging scholar in bibliography today. Attendees will reconvene for a Q&A after the presentations and a discussion of what it’s like to be an emerging scholar in bibliography today.
There will be a brief intermission between the New Scholars Program and the Annual Meeting.
The Annual Meeting
The Bibliographical Society of America
Brooklyn, NYMore info
|January 27, 2021 - January 28, 2021||ABAA Bibliography Week Showcase
Jan 27th 10am - Jan 28th 7pm
New York, NYMore info
|January 29, 2021 - February 1, 2021||Stuttgart Rare Book Fair -- Online
For the first time in its history, the Stuttgart Antiquarian Book Fair will not take place as a physical but rather a virtual fair due to the corona.
Programming and design of the website with search functions for author and subject area and of course full text are well advanced. Up to 20 items with 10 images each are can be uploaded for the virtual fair. A high-quality, wide-ranging and international selection of stock by our exhibitors can be expected.
In addition to rare booksellers who have exhibited in Stuttgart for many years, we welcome colleagues who have not yet exhibited in Stuttgart: John Benjamins (Amsterdam), Hordern House (Sydney), Bruce Marshall (Cheltenham), Susanne Schulz-Falster (Woodstock), Ursus Books (New York).
Wolfgang Braecklein (Berlin), Inlibris (Vienna), Thomas Kotte (Rosshaupten) and Michael Steinbach (Vienna) will be among the participants again. New member of the association, Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke from Augsburg, will exhibit for the first time.
|January 29, 2021 - January 31, 2021||The New York Antiques Show
Celebrating all of the past great New York Antiques Shows. 100+ dealers offering an eclectic assortment of antiques from Americana to Modern, rare books and ephemera, and other oddities.
Starts: Fri, Jan 29th 11am
Lexington, MAMore info