Department of English

University of Toronto

Book History and Print Culture Annual Graduate Colloquium

Event date: Saturday, March 05, 2016, from 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM
Location: Massey College, Upper Library

We would like to welcome you to attend and register for the 2016 Book History and Print Culture Annual Graduate Colloquium. This year's theme is "From Reinforcement to Resistance: Books as Cultural Agents & (De)Colonial Agents."

The Colloquium will take place all day on Saturday March 5, 2016, in the Upper Library of Massey College (4 Devonshire Place, Toronto). Registration opens at 9:30am.

Our keynote speakers are Prof. Pamela Klassen and Prof. Barton Scott, both of the Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto.

The Colloquium is free and refreshments, lunch, and a post-colloquium wine reception will be provided, but since attendance is capped, please submit your information via the following form:



If the form informs you that registration has reached our maximum, please email us (email below) and we will do our best.





Wishing to see you there,

The BHPC Colloquium Planning Committee


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