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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)

Yale College New Music: Vocal Canons and Rounds I

“Yale College New Music presents Vocal Canons and Rounds I on February 12th at 5:15 p.m. on the Beinecke’s Mezzanine
This concert features new works for LUCERIS, a Yale chamber vocal ensemble directed by Harry Castle, written by Yale College composers. Lyrics for these new vocal canons and rounds are from texts featured in the Beinecke Library’s exhibit 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 & Affect

Marta Figlerowicz, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and English, Yale University; David Scott Kastan, George M. Bodman Professor of English, Yale University; and Peter Stallybrass, Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities and Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania
One in 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)

Opening Reception for Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800

All are cordially invited to the opening reception for Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800, on Friday, January 24; the exhibition is on view from Saturday, January 18, 2020 to Sunday, April 19, 2020.
Was the pen ever mightier than the sword? This exhibition looks closely at the hand-written text in early modern Britain, and asks what it has to tell us about power, wit, and the questions we might ask of the manuscript past.
Subscribed: The Manuscript in Britain, 1500-1800 consists of three individual exhibits:

Saturday Introductory Tour of Beinecke Library

All are welcome to an introductory tour of the Beinecke Library, its mission, history, architecture, collections, and services. A member of the Beinecke Library staff generally leads the Saturday introductory tour. Reservations are not required.
A reminder: the Beinecke Library’s ground floor and mezzanine public exhibition areas are always free and open to all, seven days a week. Please visit the library’s website at beinecke.library.yale.edu for more information on hours and exhibitions and to explore the library online.

Saturday Introductory Tour of Beinecke Library

All are welcome to an introductory tour of the Beinecke Library, its mission, history, architecture, collections, and services. A member of the Beinecke Library staff generally leads the Saturday introductory tour. Reservations are not required.
A reminder: the Beinecke Library’s ground floor and mezzanine public exhibition areas are always free and open to all, seven days a week. Please visit the library’s website at beinecke.library.yale.edu for more information on hours and exhibitions and to explore the library online.

Saturday Introductory Tour of Beinecke Library

All are welcome to an introductory tour of the Beinecke Library, its mission, history, architecture, collections, and services. A member of the Beinecke Library staff generally leads the Saturday introductory tour. Reservations are not required.
A reminder: the Beinecke Library’s ground floor and mezzanine public exhibition areas are always free and open to all, seven days a week. Please visit the library’s website at beinecke.library.yale.edu for more information on hours and exhibitions and to explore the library online.

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