Donor support is a crucially important part of our funding. We cannot grow without contributions from our community.
2017 will mark the 25th anniversary of the Center’s founding. In celebration of our silver anniversary, we are launching a fundraising campaign especially to support University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student research in book history, bibliography, print culture studies, or digital studies.
If you are interested in contributing to a fund that will support graduate student travel to archives and centers for original research, please contact Jonathan Senchyne (director) or make a tax-deductible contribution directly at our UW Foundation link. There are many possibilities for naming student research fellowships. Memorials/recognitions associated with fellowships circulate in perpetuity on scholars’ CVs and in the acknowledgments of their published articles and books! One possibility is recognizing and honoring the careers of pioneering bibliographers/book historians who taught and researched at the University of Wisconsin such as Rueben Gold Thwaites or G. Thomas Tanselle.