To honor 10 years of the James P. Danky Fellowship program, the Center for the History of Print Culture hosted a celebratory symposium that featured the current work of six past fellows. This symposium was made possible through the generous support of James P. Danky, Christine Schelshorn, and Christine Pawley.
Since we held a virtual symposium, the links to the two days of talks, as well as the Keynote Lecture, can be found below:
Marija Dalbello, Professor of Information Studies at Rutgers University. Cultures Within Cultures of the Book — Histories of the Book in a Diverse America.
Featured talks by the four fellows listed below, as well as short question and answer sessions after both panels. The link to the YouTube recording can be found HERE.
Kera Lovell, The People’s Park: Imagining a New America in Radical Urban Takeovers, 1968-1988
Mia Michael, Organizing the ‘Unorganizable’: Domestic Worker Activism in Boston, Massachusetts, 1960-2015
Mark Hauser, Soldiers’ Newspapers and the First World War’s Public-Private Partnerships
Derek Seidman, Up Against the Bulkhead: How one GI antiwar newspaper tried to organize U.S. soldiers across the Pacific Rim during the Vietnam War
Featured talks by the two fellows listed below, as well as a short question and answer session at the end of their panel. The link to the YouTube recording can be found HERE.
Joshua Mitchell, Peer Review in the Penal Press
Daniel Joslyn, Karezza: God, Sex and Socialism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century