Books without Borders / Livres sans frontières

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Books without Borders / Livres sans frontières
Books without Borders / Livres sans frontières
3-4 June / 3-4 juin, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Program / Programme
Fourth annual conference of the
Canadian Association for the Study of Book culture/
Cinquième colloque annuel de
l’Association canadienne pour l’étude de l’histoire du livre
CASBC 2008 / ACÉHL 2008
Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities /
Congrès des sciences humaines du Canada
Most sessions are held in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
Tuesday 3 June / Mardi 3 juin
8.30-9.45 / 8h30-9h45. Buchanan D201.
Thinking Beyond Borders / Au-delà des frontières
Joint session with Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour les medias interactifs.
Chair TBA.
& Brent L. NELSON (English, University of Saskatchewan)
The Early Modern Database
& Paul H. DYCK (English, Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg)
Print Without Borders: The Materials of the Little Gidding Gospel Concordances
& Richard CUNNINGHAM (English, Acadia University) & HARVEY QUAMEN (English,
University of Alberta)
Rendering Printed Marginalia: A PHP-driven Solution
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10-10.30 am: / 10h-10h30. Barber 461.
CASBC/ACEHL Registration and Welcome / Inscription et accueil
10.30-12 noon / 10h30-12h. Barber 461.
Beyond the Border of the Book: Mapping Manuscript Culture / Culture manuscrite et culture
imprimée: exploration des frontières.
Chair: Leith Davis (English, Simon Fraser University)
& Diana SOLOMON (English, SFU)
Publish and Perish? The Literary Aspirations of Anne Finch.
& Betty A. SCHELLENBERG (English, SFU)
Bluestocking Women and the Negotiation of Oral, Manuscript, and Print Cultures, 1744-1785.
& Michelle LEVY (English, SFU)
Jane Austen, Manuscript Culture, and the Problem of Publicity
12-1pm / 12h-13h. Barber 461.
Books Without Borders / Livres sans frontiers
CHAIR: Janet Friskney (Research Services, York University)
& Paul NELLES (History, Carleton University)
Conrad Gesner in Frankfurt (1543).
& Vernon R. TOTANES (Information Studies, University of Toronto)
History and the First Philippine Imprints
1-2.00 pm / 13h-14h lunch (on your own) / Déjeuner (à vos frais)
2.00-4.00 pm / 14h-16h. Barber 461.
Books Without Borders / Livres sans frontiers
CHAIR: Isabelle Lehuu (Histoire, Université du Québec à Montréal)
& François MELANÇON (GRELQ, Université de Sherbrooke)
“J’ay fait chercher en vain chez les libraires… ” ou la délégation d’achat de livres par les
coloniaux de la Nouvelle-France.
& Bronwen MASEMANN (Information Studies, UofT)
“A Prophet in favour of the English Americans”: the reading of Charlevoix’s Histoire et
Description Générale de la Nouvelle France in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1745-6.
& Eric WAUTERS (Université du Havre)
Lire l’ennemi : l’Angleterre dans l’édition française de romans, pendant les guerres de la
révolution & de l’empire (1793-1813).
& Ruth-Ellen ST. ONGE (Études françaises, UofT)
Chronicling Censorship in Post-Revolutionary Europe: L’ami de la religion et du roi (1816-1833)
5 – 6 pm / 17h-18h Barber 261 Plenary lecture sponsored by
CASBC/ACEHL, the Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC/SCB),
and Athabasca University.
Abhijit GUPTA (English, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India)
South Asian models: new strategies for book history in the 21st century.
6-7 pm / 18h-19h Reception co-sponsored with BSC/SCB
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Wednesday 4 June / Mercredi 4 juin
9-10.30 am / 9h-10h30. Barber 461.
Books Without Borders / Livres sans frontiers
CHAIR Yuri Cowan (English, UofT)
& Myra J. TAWFIK (Law, University of Windsor) For the Encouragement of Learning:
Copyright in 19th century North America
& Michael J. EVERTON (SFU) A Canadian Devil, I Presume? Policing the North American
Reprint Trade in the 1870s.
& Barry MAGRILL (University of British Columbia) Architectural Pattern Books and the
Business of Church-Building in Nineteenth Century Canada.
10.30-11 / 10h30-11h : Pause / break
11-12.30 am / 11h-12h30. Barber 461.
& Françoise LE GRIS (Histoire d’art, Université de Québec à Montréal) Un livre d’outre-raison
et d’outre-frontière : Poésie de mots inconnus.
& Janice CAVELL (History, Carleton University & Foreign Affairs and International Trade
Canada) Canadiana Abroad: The Department of External Affairs’ Book Presentation Programme,
1949-1962
& Nicholas GIGUÈRE (Études françaises, Université de Sherbrooke) Les épigraphes d’auteurs
étrangers dans la collection “Les Poètes du Jour” (1963-1975) des Éditions du Jour: vers une
poétique nourrie de l’ailleurs.
12.30 – 2.00/ 12h30-14h. Barber 461.
Annual General Meeting/ Assemblée générale annuelle
Lunch provided to registered participants / Déjeuner offert par
l’ACÉHL aux participants.
2.00-3.30 pm / 14h-15h30 Hennings 201.
JOINT SESSION with the
Bibliographical Society of Canada/ Société bibliographique du Canada
& Ruth BRADLEY-ST-CYR (English, University of Ottawa)
Electronic Changes: How the (English) Canadian Book Publishing Industry and its Traditional
Business Model Have Been Altered by Electronic Technologies.
& Gail EDWARDS (History, Douglas College) AND JUDITH SALTMAN (School of Library,
Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia)
Canadian Children’s Publishers and Challenges in the International Marketplace: Thinking
Beyond Borders or the Erasure of Cultural Identity?
& François YELLE (Lettres et communications, Université de Sherbrooke)
Les readers en communication des années 1950 et la représentation du livre.
3.30-4.00 / 15h30-16h : Barber 461 Pause / break
4.00-5.30 pm / 16h-17h30 : Barber 461.
Books Without Borders / Livres sans frontières
CHAIR : Janice Cavell
& Stéphanie BERGERON (Littérature, Université de Sherbrooke)
S’afficher lecteur et « ne pas passer pour un nerd »: le club de lecture pour adolescents Réseau CJ
& Sabine MILZ (English and Film Studies, University of Alberta)
Canadian Publishers and the Realities of “Books without Borders”
& Sydney J. SHEP (School of Information Management and The Printer, Wai-te-ata Press,
Victoria University of Wellington)
"Smiley, you're on candid camera”: Digital materiality & a cultural history of the emoticon.

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