Rare Book School has posted five lectures from the 2012 summer sessions online. Listen to Stuart Bennett on “Trade Bookbinding in the British Isles, 1660-1800″, Matthew P. Brown’s lecture on “Bell’s Liberties”, Anne-Marie Eze’s presentation on “A Most Fascinating and Dangerous Pursuit: Rare Books at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum”, Ezra Greenspan’s discussion on “The Biographer and the Mysteries of the Archive: The Case of William Wells Brown”, and Johan Kugelberg speak on “Documenting Counter-Culture: Problems and Solutions in the Preservation of Unpopular Historical Narratives.”
Here a link to a list of past lectures at Rare Book School; additional audio links can be found on the page. If you enjoy these lectures and the other resources on the Rare Book School site, please consider making a charitable donation to the school. Contributions directly support the RBS mission and help the school educate over 300 students every year.