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Best Warp And Woof podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Warp And Woof podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Warp and Woof Radio. Sposored by the Comenius Institute.
 
Self-Inflicted Aural Nostalgia: A Fan's Guided By Voices Podcast takes an in-depth look at the history of, and context behind, every GBV record, starting with their 1987 debut. Each episode talks about how every LP was made, the songs it contains, its sound and how it fits into the Guided By Voices universe.
 
Since 1972, the Book Arts Press and Rare Book School have offered more than 600 public lectures on a wide variety of bibliographical topics.
 
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GBV close out an amazing year and decade with an epic New Year's Eve show.By A Fan's Guided By Voices Podcast
 
Warp and Woof Radio: Politicians - How do we engage elected officials and public life?
 
Twelve tracks of vintage GBV.By A Fan's Guided By Voices Podcast
 
RBS-Mellon lecture by Pamela Klassen (Professor in the Department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto), given at Franklin & Marshall College on 25 October 2017.See https://rarebookschool.org/all-programs/events/protest-on-the-page/ for more information on this event.By Rare Book School Lectures
 
RBS-Mellon lecture by Svanhildur Óskarsdóttir (Research Associate Professor, Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, University of Iceland), given at the University of Maine on 30 March 2017.See https://rarebookschool.org/all-programs/events/njals-saga/ for more information about this event.By Rare Book School Lectures
 
This recording is of conference Session 2:Towards a Critical Bibliography of the HandwrittenChair: Dale Billingsley, University of Louisville “Messy Writings: Unraveling Korean Manuscript Books”Hwisang Cho, Emory University “Citational and Citationless: Reading the Development of Indian YunaniMedicine in the Margins of Arabic and Persian Manuscript…
 
Featuring "The Message & the Messengers: Artistic Illustrations of the Qur’an and the Prophets in Islamic Manuscripts"Betts Auditorium, Architecture Building, Princeton UniversityDr. Tehseen Thaver, Assistant Professor of Religion, Princeton UniversityDr. Christiane Gruber, Professor and Associate Chair, History of Art, University of MichiganSee ht…
 
Lecture 510 (9 July 2008)Full title: "More Baby Books than You Can Shake a Rattle At: Building a New Collection for Research in the History of Infant Development"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 509 (7 July 2008)Full title: "Alice’s Top Ten List: Rare Maps: Keeping Them Under Control, Letting Them Go Public"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 506 (9 June 2008)Full title: "John Feely Meets Samuel Dodd: The Use of Internet Databases in Studying the History of the American Book Trades"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 502 (23 July 2007)Full title: "Scissors, Prints and Paste: Frederick and Amelia Lock Make a Scrapbook at Norbury Park in 1791"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 501 (18 July 2007)Full title: "Brave New World or Mere Anarchy? Reflections on the Revolution in National Research Librarianship"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 497 (4 June 2007)Full title: "The Pattern Book of Samuel Dodd, 19th-Century New Jersey Engraver of Binding Stamps: A Remarkable Discovery"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 492 (14 December 2006)The 2006 Sol. M. and Mary Ann O’Brian Malkin LectureBy Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 493 (24 July 2006)Full title: "‘Take Things Always by Their Smooth Handle,’ and Other Advices for a New Director"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 489 (5 June 2006)Full title: "Pitching Theoretical Tents: A Lecture Celebrating RBS’s Acquisition of Its 100th Copy of John Greenleaf Whittier’s 'Tent on the Beach' (1867)"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 484 (18 July 2005)Full title: "Quixotic Typography: Composing Maps and Illustrations Using Special Letterpress Fonts"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 474 (11 March 2004)Full title: "Typographical Monstrosities: Public Opinion and New Letterforms in Late Georgian London"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 464 (5 August 2002)Full title: "MA and LW and Us: The Growth of the Rare Book School Pedagogical Collections, 1972–2002"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 459 (3 June 2002)Note: this recording is mono track (right only).By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 458 (27 May 2002)Full title: "‘Farewell! Thou art too dear for my possessing’: Shakespeare’s First Folio and the Rare Book Marketplace"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
Lecture 456 (7 January 2002)Full title: "Westward the Course of Books Takes Its Way: English Books and American Collectors in the Later 19th and Earlier 20th Centuries"By Rare Book School Lectures
 
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