Bibliography and Technologies: 2020 BSA Annual Meeting Panel Presentation

January 24 2020
February 14 2020
Bibliographers and book historians have long studied the impact of technology on the production of material texts. In the 21st century, we must also confront the ways that new technologies impact bibliographical research methods and results. This year’s annual meeting presentation (and some New Scholars Papers) will explore this very topic with three papers and a formal response from scholars who study and use technologies in meaningful new ways. Panel presentations by Michael Witmore (Folger Shakespeare Library), Lisa Fagin Davis (The Medieval Academy of America), Earle Havens (Johns Hopkins University) with a formal response by Haven Hawley (University of Florida).
Michael Whitmore (created by)
Lisa Fagin Davis (created by)
Earle Havens (created by)
E. Haven Hawley (created by)
Bibliographical Society of America (published by)
Whitmore, Michael, Lisa Fagin Davis, Earle Havens, and Haven Hawley. "Bibliography and Technologies: 2020 BSA Annual Meeting Panel Presentation." January 24, 2020. Cosmopolitan Club, New York, New York. MP4, 1:20:10.
The BSA New Scholars Program, 2020
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