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The Bibliographical Press: Demonstrations

The Bibliographical Press at the Yale University Library aims to educate the Yale and wider communities on the history, practice, and significance of printing and the book arts.

Who to Contact

The following Yale University Library staff are available to conduct demonstrations in The Bibliographcial Press:

Mar González Palacios, Director, The Bibliographical Press, and Associate Director for Special Collections, Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library

Molly Dotson, Assistant Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Yale Center for British Art 

Ray Clemens, Curator for Early Books and Manuscripts, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Elizabeth Frengel, Head of Research Services, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Michael Printy, Librarian for Western European Humanities, Department of Area Studies and Humanities Research Support

Jae Rossman, Director, Department of Area Studies and Humanities Research Support

Standard printing demonstrations are available by request, pending staff availability. Sessions can be tailored to fit into a class period or to address specific learning outcomes.  Please contact Mar González Palacios, Director of The Bibliographical Press, to discuss your needs.

Printing on the Albion hand press at Sterling Memorial Library

Bib Press demo

Photo credit: Michael Marsland

Associate Director for Special Collections

Profile Photo
Kathy Bohlman
Haas Arts Library Special Collections
(203) 432-7074