Presented by the Bibliographical Society of America
The June 2022 issue of the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America
(PBSA) is devoted to the traditions and futures of Black Bibliography. Join guest Editors Jacqueline Goldsby and Meredith McGill, together with authors and contributors to the volume, for a Virtual Salon on September 22, 2022 (7-8:30 p.m. ET)! Speakers include:
+Laura Helton, Assistant Professor of English and History at the University of Delaware
Samantha Sommers, Assistant Professor in Residence in the English Department at University of Connecticut
+Derrick Spires, Associate Professor of Literatures in English and affiliate faculty in American Studies, Visual Studies, and Media Studies at Cornell University
+Michael Winship, Iris Howard Regents Professor of English II (emeritus) at the University of Texas at Austin
Join them in a conversation led by Professors Goldsby and McGill to discuss and exchange ideas, and to share new developments and directions raised by the provocative essays and book reviews included in this volume.
Registration is free and open to all; closed captioning in English and ASL interpretation will be provided.
Erin McGuirl (she/her/hers)
The Bibliographical Society of America