Week 1: 14-18 July 1997

No. 11 History of the Printed Book in the West.

Martin Antonetti

No. 12 History of European and American Papermaking.

Timothy D. Barrett &
John Bidwell

No. 13 Lithography in the Age of the Hand Press.

Michael Twyman

No. 14 Publishers' Bookbindings, 1830-1910.

Sue Allen

No. 15 Printing Design and Publication.

Greer Allen

No. 16 Teaching the History of Books and Printing.

Michael T. Ryan
& Daniel Traister

Week 2: 21-25 July 1997

No. 21 Introduction to Codicology.

Albert Derolez

No. 22 History of the Printed Books in the West (Session II).

Martin Antonetti

No. 23 Book Illustration to 1890.

Terry Belanger

No. 24 Making a Good Impression: Letterpress Printing for Historians and Bibliographers.

Brett Charbeneau

No. 25 Introduction to Rare Book Librarianship.

Daniel Traister

No. 26 Introduction to Electronic Texts and Images (Session I).

David Seaman

Week 3: 28 July - 1 August 1997

No. 31 Introduction to Medieval and Early Renaissance Bookbinding Structures.

Christopher Clarkson

No. 32 Latin Paleography, 1100-1500.

Albert Derolez

No. 33 Type, Lettering, and Calligraphy, 1450-1830.

James Mosley

No. 34 Book Collecting.

William P. Barlow &
Terry Belanger

No. 35 How to Research a Rare Book.

D. W. Krummel

No. 36 Implementing Encoded Archival Description.

Daniel Pitti

Week 4: 4 - 8 August 1997

No. 41 The Use of Physical Evidence in Early Printed Books.

Paul Needham

No. 42 European Bookbinding, 1500-1800.

Nicholas Pickwoad

No. 43 The American Book in the Industrial Era.

Michael Winship

No. 44 Introduction to Descriptive Bibliography.

Terry Belanger &
Richard Noble

No. 45 Rare Book Cataloging.

Eric Holzenberg

No. 46 Introduction to Electronic Texts and Images (Session II).

David Seaman