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Mondays at Beinecke Gallery Talk & Tea

A weekly series of insightful, engaging, informal talks on materials from the Beinecke Library’s collections and exhibitions, followed by tea on the mezzanine. NOTE: no talks during Yale spring recess on March 9 or March 16.
Spring semester 2020 talks in conjunction with exhibition “Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800” (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)
The schedule of talks for this semester includes:

Mondays at Beinecke Gallery Talk & Tea

A weekly series of insightful, engaging, informal talks on materials from the Beinecke Library’s collections and exhibitions, followed by tea on the mezzanine. NOTE: no talks during Yale spring recess on March 9 or March 16.
Spring semester 2020 talks in conjunction with exhibition “Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800” (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)
The schedule of talks for this semester includes:

Mondays at Beinecke Gallery Talk & Tea

A weekly series of insightful, engaging, informal talks on materials from the Beinecke Library’s collections and exhibitions, followed by tea on the mezzanine. NOTE: no talks during Yale spring recess on March 9 or March 16. Spring semester 2020 talks in conjunction with exhibition “Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800” (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)
The schedule of talks for this semester includes:

Mondays at Beinecke Gallery Talk & Tea

A weekly series of insightful, engaging, informal talks on materials from the Beinecke Library’s collections and exhibitions, followed by tea on the mezzanine. NOTE: no talks during Yale spring recess on March 9 or March 16. Spring semester 2020 talks in conjunction with exhibition “Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800” (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)
The schedule of talks for this semester includes:

Mondays at Beinecke Gallery Talk & Tea

A weekly series of insightful, engaging, informal talks on materials from the Beinecke Library’s collections and exhibitions, followed by tea on the mezzanine. NOTE: no talks during Yale spring recess on March 9 or March 16.
Spring semester 2020 talks in conjunction with exhibition “Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800” (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)
January 27: “What is our Life?: The Music of Melancholy in Early Modern England”

Architecture, Montage, Modernity: A Conversation between Craig Buckley and Martino Stierli

A conversation between the authors of two recent books exploring the interplay between techniques of assemblage in media and in architecture: Craig Buckley, Assistant Professor of Art History at Yale, author of Graphic Assembly: Montage, Media, and Experimental Architecture in the 1960s, and Martino Stierli, Philip Johnson Curator of Architecture and Design at MoMA, author of Montage and the Metropolis: Architecture, Modernity, and the Representation of Space.

Yale Program in the History of the Book: The Manuscript: Form & Meaning

Kathryn James, Curator of Early Modern Books & the Osborn Collection; Lucy Mulroney, Associate Director for Collections, Research, and Education, Beinecke Library; and Michael Warner, Seymour H. Knox Professor of English and Professor of American Studies, Yale University
Part of a series of panel discussions with Yale faculty and visiting speakers related to the exhibition Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500–1800 (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)

Yale Program in the History of the Book: The Manuscript as Play

Anastasia Eccles, Assistant Professor of English, Yale University; Eve Houghton, graduate student, Department of English, Yale University; and Joseph Roach, Sterling Professor Emeritus of Theater and Professor Emeritus of English, Yale University
Part of a series of panel discussions with Yale faculty and visiting speakers related to the exhibition Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500–1800 (More information: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/subscribed)

Public reading of the Declaration of Independence and the 1852 Fourth of July oration by Frederick Douglass

In conjunction with a special display of the first printing of the Declaration of Independence
To read the full text of the Declaration of Independence, please see the website of the National Archives: https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript
To read the full text of Douglass’ 1852 oration, please see the website of the University of Rochester Frederick Douglass Project: https://rbscp.lib.rochester.edu/2945

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