Each year the University of Toronto’s Book History and Print Culture program hosts a graduate student colloquium. The colloquium is an annual event which invites graduate students, emerging scholars, independent scholars, and keynote speakers to bring a multidisciplinary approach to that year’s topic.
This year we are proud to announce the colloquium topic, The Book Out of Order: Structure, Inversion, Dissent.
For information about the schedule, please visit the colloquium website.
This event is free, online, and open to the public. To register for the colloquium, please email Julia Warren at BookHistory@masseycollege.ca. Once you have registered, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting links.
This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. Jessica Lockhart, Head of Research of the University of Toronto’s Old Books New Science Lab as well as the Book and the Silk Roads project. She will be speaking on Saturday, March 6 at 1:05pm.
This year the colloquium will also be featuring its first artist in residence, Jojo Karlin, who will be creating illustrations for all of the colloquium’s panels.