Are you using innovative strategies to teach book history, print cultures and lexicography? Does your research explore the nature of collections? Please consider submitting an abstract for one of our forum’s two panels for MLA 2021. We have just extended the deadline to March 16.
Guaranteed session: From the Scribal to the Digital: The Labor of Collections — Book history, print cultures and lexicography in public and private spaces. New approaches to the labor of creating, managing, using of space, and disseminating private-owned, library, museum and digital collections. 250-word abstract and one-page CV to email@example.com by Monday, March 16.
Bibliopedagogy in the Digital Age — Book history, print cultures, lexicography in the classroom. Innovative digital humanities-based approaches to the study of manuscript, print and digital cultures. Interactive presentations welcomed. 250-word abstract and one-page CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 16.
For an exciting sample of bibliopedagogical work discussed at MLA 2020, see the attached assignment from Alex Mueller (U of Mass Boston) on student-created Digital Exhibitions.