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Visiting Scholar Devoney Looser, Professor of English at the University of Missouri, Columbia discussed her use of the Kenneth Spencer Research Library's collections in researching her in-progress biography of two fascinating, once-celebrated and now little-known British historical novelists from the early nineteenth century: Jane and Anna Maria Porter. A Spencer Speaker Series presentation and reception. Learn more about Spencer's collections and services at spencer.lib.ku.edu.
From left to right: Erin Gomer, Allison Brewer, Haley Trezise, Kyle Sederstrom, Roberta Woodrick, Whitney, Elena Brebenel, Noah Smutz. Staff and volunteers at "Folded and Sewn," a hands-on bookbinding workshop taught by KU Libraries' conservators Whitney Baker and Roberta Woodrick on Saturday, January 28, 2012. Attendees were introduced to simple, non-adhesive bindings, including an accordion-folded book, a sewn pamphlet, a tab/slot book and folded booklet. A behind-the-scenes tour of the Jerry and Katherine Stannard Conservation Laboratory was included.