The Bibliographical Society of America Caxton Club Fellowship for Midwestern Bibliographers
Caxtonian, Nora Epstein (University of St Andrews, UK), “Visual Commonplacing: The Transmission and Reception of Printed Devotional Images in Reformed England.”
T. Kimball Brooker/Caxton Club Scholarship, Rare Book School
Amanda (Mandy) Choie is an early career special collections librarian at Michigan State University and aspires to use her Rare Book School training to further her knowledge of 19th and 20th century American book history.
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Jill Misawa Axelson University of Illinois
Esther Cho University of Wisconsin-Madison
Yueqi Huang School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Sophie Loubere University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sam Northcut University of Wisconsin-Madison
Angelica Ong (Honorable Mention)
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The Bibliographical Society of America Caxton Club Fellowship for Midwestern Bibliographers 2021
William Little (The Ohio State University), The Latin Poetry of Nallio Rainaldi of Tagliacozzo
T. Kimball Brooker/Caxton Club Scholarship, Rare Book School 2021
Candela Marini (Assistant Professor at the Milwaukee School of Engineering) Dr. Marini applied for funding in hopes of taking Book Illustration Processes to 1900 with Terry Belanger or The Identification of Photographic Print Processes with Al Carver-Kubik and Jennifer Jae Gutierrez.
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