List of ASECS Sessions on DH, Book History, and Print Culture available on emob

Eleanor Shevlin’s post on ASECS sessions pertaining to Digital History, Book History, and Print Culture is available on emob.  We welcome additions to this list.

It would be great to hear more from conference participants about how ASECS might modernize itself.  THATcamp is a great addition.   Are there other things we can do to bring ASECS into the twenty-first century and advance its relevance for students and faculty?

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About George H. Williams

I am an associate Professor of English at the University of South Carolina Upstate: teacher, scholar, volunteer, would-be hacker, indie enthusiast, nonprofit advocate, word herder, and ProfHacker. My teaching and research interests include Digital Humanities, Disability Studies, Accessibility, Universal Design, Writing Studies, Book History, Eighteenth-Century Studies. On Twitter I can be found as @GeorgeOnline and my Gmail address is george.h.williams.