Friday, November 13, 2009

Working in the Archives

with Steven Zwicker, Stanley Elkin Professor in the Humanities
and Professor of English, Washington University, Saint Louis
Organized by the Rutgers Seminar in the History of the Book
Sponsored by: The Center for Cultural Analysis; The School of
Communication & Information; The Program in
Early Modern Studies; The Departments of French, English, and History;
The Transliteratures Project; and the
Rutgers University Libraries. For more information, please call
732-932-8426 or visit
November 19, 2009

Graduate Workshop 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
“Working in the Archives”
Alexander Library, Case Room
169 College Avenue, New Brunswick NJ
To register for the workshop, please call
732-932-8426 or email:

Public Lecture 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. “The day that
George Thomason collected his copy of the ‘Poems
of Mr. John Milton both English and Latin,
Compos’d at Several Times’”
Plangere Annex, Murray Hall
510 George Street, New Brunswick NJ
Free and Open to the Public

Also of interest:

Visions of Paradise: A Preview of the Milton Collection at Rutgers
Please stop in the lobby of the Alexander Library to see some examples
of early Milton editions from Special Collections and University
Archives, Rutgers University Libraries. The Rutgers Special Collections
library holds one of the largest collections of John Milton’s original
works in an American public university. The exhibition represents some of
the key moments in the poet's long career, including his early political
writings and his masterpiece Paradise Lost.


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