All meetings will be held in LJ-113, the Woodrow Wilson Room, of the Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress unless otherwise indicated. Meetings run from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
September 7th Holly Brewer, “The Mysterious Death of Morgan Godwyn: historical vision of the debates over slavery in the early British empire”
October 5th Rebecca Benefiel, “Making Sense of Ancient Graffiti”
November 9th Eleanor Shevlin, “Eighteenth-Century Newspapers and the Making of the English Novel.
February 1st Leah Chang, “The Desire for Sappho:   Or, the Typographical Invention of Louise Labé.”
March 1st Kristin Bluemel, ”‘A Happy Heritage’: Children’s Books, Women’s Work, and the 1930s Wood Engraving Revival.” Listen to Kristin on Women Wood Engravers here.
April 12th Rodney Mader, ”‘The Deserted Wife’ and the Arts of Transmission.”
October 7th Chase Richards, “The Two Lives of Karl Gutzkow: On the Fate of a ‘Popular’ Print Venture”
November 18th Ingrid Satelmajer, “The King James Bible and Digital Culture”
February 3rd Casey Smith, “Advertising as Everyday Spectacle: Thomas J. Barratt, Pears’ Soap, and the Revival of Print”
*March 2nd Wayne Wiegand and Sarah Wadsworth, Publication launch for Right Here I See My Own Books The Woman’s Building Library at the World’s Columbian Exposition (See flyer).
*Meets in the Whittall Pavilion on the Ground Floor of the Jefferson Bldg
April 13th Georgianna Ziegler, Shakespeare’s Sisters Tour* *Meets in the Exhibit Hall of the Folger