The Brodsky Series for the Advancement of Library Conservation is endowed through a generous gift by William J. ('65, G'68) and Joan ('67, G'68) Brodsky of Chicago, Illinois. Beginning with the academic year 2004/2005, the endowment has sponsored programs that promote and advance knowledge of library conservation theory, practice, and application among wide audiences, both on campus and in the region. Programs typically include lectures and workshops by prominent library conservators.

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2011

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Line, Shade & Shadow: Fabrication and Preservation of Architectural Drawings, Lois O. Price

2010

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Featuring Herblock!, Holly H. Krueger

2009

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A Sixty-year Odyssey in Bookbinding and Conservation, Don Etherington

2008

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Rare Skills for Rare Books: Book conservation education, Consuela Metzger

2007

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The Archimedes Palimpsest, William Noel

2006

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The Aesthetics of Book Conservation, Gary L. Frost

2005

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Conservation and Preservation in the Digital Age, John F. Dean

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Conservation and the Book Arts – Creative and Innovative Solutions for Preserving Library and Archival Materials, Hedi Kyle