The Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC) invites applications for the Marie Tremaine Fellowship and Bernard Amtmann Fellowship.
Deadline for application: December 12, 2022
The Marie Tremaine Fellowship is offered in memory and through the generosity of Marie Tremaine (1902-1984), the doyenne of Canadian bibliographers. The Fellowship was instituted in 1987 and is offered annually to support the work of a scholar engaged in some area of bibliographical research, including textual studies and publishing history and with a particular emphasis on Canada. The amount of the Fellowship is $2,000.00. The recipient of the Marie Tremaine Fellowship also receives a free one-year membership in the society.
The Bernard Amtmann Fellowship is offered in memory of Bernard Amtmann (1907-1979), the noted bookseller and specialist in Canadiana. The Fellowship was instituted in 1992 and is offered to support the work of a scholar engaged in one of Bernard Amtmann’s principal areas of interest: Canadiana, book collecting, bookselling and bibliography. Special consideration is given to applications from those working on some aspect of the book trade. The Fellowship, which is in the amount of $1,500, is also open to non-Canadians and to those who are not members of the Society.
For further details and to download an application form please see the Fellowship & Awards page of the BSC website.
For its upcoming issue, the Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of
Canada (BSC) invites the submission of stories or news items of interest
to bibliographers and book historians. Potential topics include past or
upcoming events (exhibitions, book fairs, etc.), ongoing projects,
upcoming publications. Submissions are welcome from both members and
non-members of the BSC.
Submissions should range between 200 and 300 words in length and should
be sent to email@example.com by September 30, 2022.
The latest issue of the Bulletin is now available! Click the link for news from the Society and its members.
The final program for the 2022 BSC/ SbC Conference “At the Threshold: Looking Forward, Looking Back” is now available here.
As a reminder, you can register for the 2022 FHSS Congress and BSC /SbC Conference here: https://www.federationhss.ca/en/congress/congress-2022/register.
The Conference Committee is pleased to present the preliminary program for the 2022 BSC Conference “At the Threshold: Looking Forward, Looking Back.” The program also will soon be available online on the Congress website.
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For its upcoming issue, the Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC) invites the submission of stories or news items of interest to bibliographers and book historians. Potential topics include past or upcoming events (exhibitions, book fairs, etc.), ongoing projects, upcoming publications. Submissions are welcome from both members and non-members of the BSC.
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The Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC) is pleased to announce that Chana Algarvio, a Masters of Information student in the Book History and Print Culture program at the University of Toronto, has been nominated for the BSC-SbC’s Congress Graduate Student Merit Award. The Awards Committee was impressed by her proposal to offer a pictorial analysis of the sizeable yet underrepresented collection of over 400 Greco-Roman papyri fragments from Ancient Egypt at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library. Algarvio will present a paper at the BSC annual conference, which will be held remotely between May 16 and 18, 2022, on the iconographic elements of the papyri, how these surviving fragments might be reassembled, and what these pictorial/textual remains might teach us about ancient religious and funerary practices.
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The Bibliographical Society of Canada (BSC) is pleased to announce that Julia Galmiche-Essue has been awarded the Emerging Scholar Prize for 2022. She is a doctoral student in the Department of French Studies and the Collaborative Program in Book History and Print Culture at the University of Toronto. The awards committee was impressed by her strong academic record, which includes numerous presentations and publications in the area of literature produced by writers of the Franco-African Diaspora. Her current research focuses on writing and publishing by contemporary Afro-Quebecers.
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The members of the Fellowships Committee are very pleased to announce that Mark Clintberg has been awarded the Tremaine Fellowship for 2022 for his project, “Join, or Die”: The Integrity Fonds.
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