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HART-MaryHelenJohns.mp3
Mary Helen Johns, an undergraduate in Professor Elizabeth Moodey’s spring 2016 Art of the Book class, speaks here about how her interest in the relationship between art history and literary theory and how that drew her to the topic of art and text.…

HART-DanielWeitz.mp3
Daniel Weitz, an undergraduate in Professor Elizabeth Moodey’s spring 2016 Art of the Book class, was inspired by an artist’s book to learn more about medieval and modern medicine. Daniel made a video of the book Open Heart Surgery opening and…

HART-SharonSi.mp3
Sharon Si, an undergraduate in Professor Elizabeth Moodey’s spring 2016 Art of the Book class, presents on her curation of this music exhibit. As a musician, Si was particularly interested in the way our understanding of music has evolved since the…

HART-RebekahSmith.mp3
Rebekah Smith, an undergraduate in Professor Elizabeth Moodey’s spring 2016 Art of the Book class, discusses the role of memory as envisioned in medieval texts and contemporary artists’ books. Smith tells us why she selected each object, what…

HART-DaniellePettiti.mp3
Danielle Pettiti, an undergraduate in Professor Elizabeth Moodey’s spring 2016 Art of the Book class, describes the way illuminated manuscripts were created in the medieval period. Pettiti notes that her favorite part of the class was…

FR8040-AbbyBroughton.mp3
Abby Broughton, a graduate student in Hanna Roman’s spring 2016 “Rethinking the Enlightenment French Novel” class, speaks to the evolving role of fiction as a more or less dangerous tool for social education in the eighteenth century as seen in…

FR8040-CaraWIlson.mp3
Cara Wilson, a graduate student in Hanna Roman’s spring 2016 “Rethinking the Enlightenment French Novel” class, discusses how the development of reading for pleasure, and specifically the pleasure derived from reading depictions of the foreign…

FR8040-KateDevine.mp3
Kate Devine, a graduate student in Hanna Roman’s spring 2016 “Rethinking the Enlightenment French Novel” class, discusses how we can imagine the relationship between the reader’s body and the body of the text in eighteenth-century literature…

FR8040-BonnieGriffin.mp3
Bonnie Griffin, a graduate student in Hanna Roman’s spring 2016 “Rethinking the Enlightenment French Novel” class, examines the physical composition/materiality of eighteenth-century books in the Morris Wachs Collection. Drawn to the exquisite…

FR8040-HannaRoman.mp3
Professor Hanna Roman discusses her interest in rare books and in bringing learning outside of the classroom in this exhibition that highlights Eighteenth Century literature from the Morris Wachs Collection of the W.T. Bandy Center.
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