3.00 FYI France: Ejournal and archive

by Jack Kessler, kessler@well.sf.ca.us

November 15, 2003 issue. This file presents an archive copy of the issue of the FYI France ejournal, ISSN 1071-5916, which was distributed via email on November 15, 2003.

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Versions of the following have appeared online regularly, since 1992, as a feature of the FYI France ejournal, ISSN 1071-5916, which is distributed for free via email every month except August. Ejournal subscriptions may be obtained via email request to: kessler@well.sf.ca.us

Here this file is one of a number made available -- hopefully attractively, all in one place, and relevant to libraries and online digital information work in France and Europe -- as part of FYI France (sm)(tm), an online service to which anyone can subscribe for 12 months by postal mailing a check for US $45, payable to Jack Kessler, to PO Box 460668, San Francisco, California, USA 94146 (site licenses also are available): please write your email address on the front of your check. Please email suggestions for improvements to me at kessler@well.sf.ca.us
 

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April in Lyon, History of the Book

 

For anyone who can be in France this spring, once again the Institut d'Histoire du Livre is offering its excellent:

Book History Workshop, Lyon, April 5-8

(In collaboration with the Rare Book School, University of Virginia)

"For its third Book History Workshop, the Institut d'histoire du Livre is offering four advanced courses aimed at a wide variety of specialists interested in book and printing history.

1) Introduction to analytical bibliography, Neil Harris

 

2) Conservation and study of printed ephemera, Michael Twyman

3) Type, lettering and calligraphy 1450-1830, James Mosley

 

4) Reliures françaises à décor doré 1507-1967, Isabelle de Conihout et Pascal Ract-Madoux

 

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And a personal note, about Lyon:

The process of reaching Lyon from Paris is immeasurably improved, since the days, not so long ago, when Parisians all used to say "yes-we-have-visited-Lyon-but-only 'en passant'"... aka racing through the Fourvière autoroute tunnels, on their annual migrations South to the Midi...

Nowadays, via TGV from the Gare de Lyon, the Lyon Part Dieu station is only 2 hours away: the high speed train ride is smooth and fun and impressive -- and you can gaze at Cluny and its pretty little valley out the right-side window as you speed by...

And why spend time in crowded and noisy and expensive Paris, when you can enjoy springtime in Lyon's beautiful Parc de la Tête d'Or?:

-- & tour, and use, Lyon's magnificent Bibliothèque Municipale --

-- & wander through Lyon's fascinating Printing Museum --

-- & savor the cuisine lyonnaise --

-- & appreciate Lyon's complicated and fascinating history --

-- lots more to France than just Paris...

 

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--hjlm--

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