On Tuesday, January 15, the Interacting with Print Research Group will host its inaugural Graduate Research Symposium. The event runs from 2:00 to 5:30 pm, in the Ferrier Building (McGill Campus), Room 470
A Seminar by Dena Goodman (University of Michigan)
Is reading a matter of passive absorption or active engagement? If the Enlightenment is thought to have taught readers to read actively and critically, the novel is (and was) often represented as absorbing its readers as it suspends...
A seminar by by Michelle Levy (Simon Fraser)
The aim of this seminar is to dispel the assumption that the late-eighteenth century print avalanche destroyed and supplanted earlier forms of literary dissemination, specifically that of manuscript culture. By rejecting what Paul Duguid has...
A Seminar by John Lyon (University of Pittsburgh)