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ARGENTINIAN COLLOQUIUM ABOUT HERITAGE AND HISTORY OF TYPOGRAPHY

Of all the possible areas of approach to print and literature culture in recent times have become especially relevant to international aspects of its history and social significance as well as those associated with the equity impact of printed objects for production and letterpress machines. The growth of typographic activity, both in the professional and academic, has led to the projection of national culture typography many previously unsuspected places. However they are not many and frequent spaces that allow discuss the issues surrounding this subject. For this reason, our main goal is to create a space for reflection about the task of heritage and history of typography in Argentina.
When Apr 14, 2014 from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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Program and speakers:
After the presentation, by Liliana G. Barela (DGPeIH, General Director) and Jorge Mallo (Heritage Director, DGPeIH), three thematic working groups will be presented, with four papers each:

Table 1: HISTORY OF TYPOGRAPHY IN ARGENTINA
Moderator: Lydia G. González (Research, DGPeIH).
Speakers: Analia Veronica Fenández Rojo, Fabio Ares, Elsa Silveira, Nestor Labbé and Marina Garone Gravier.

Table 2: HISTORY OF TYPOGRAPHY IN BUENOS AIRES: SOME CHARACTERS
Moderator: Veronica Devalle (FADU-UBA).
Speakers: Marcela Romero, María Eugenia Costa, Pablo Ugerman and Verónica Devalle.

Table 3: PROJECTS AROUND THE TYPOGRAPHICAL HERITAGE
Moderator : Miguel Catopodis (UCES) .
Speakers: Pablo Cosgaya, Eduardo Tunni, Virginia F. González, Patricio Gatti, Octavio Osores, Fabio Ares, Silvia H. González and Angelina Sánchez.


Date and Place: April 14, 2014. DGPeIH, Espacio Casa del Virrey Liniers, Venezuela 469, Buenos Aires.
Organization:
Marina Garone Gravier (Seminario Interdisciplinario de Bibliología del Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) and Fabio Ares (Dirección General Patrimonio e Instituto Histórico de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, DGPeIH).

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