Though it is now quite unknown, Cornell College owned a printing press in the past that operated out of South Hall. The Cornell College Press, run by the English Club at Cornell, ran from 1935-1967. In this time, yearly chapbooks and other texts were produced and printed by the college, including The Husk, Cornell’s literary … [Read more…]
The artists’ books in this interactive exhibition were created to engage with sonnets from the English Renaissance on a new level. Through the creative process of making these books the artists, members of Prof. Stavreva’s course Renaissance Non-Dramatic Literature: The Sonnet, sought to connect to their chosen themes in deep and personally meaningful ways.