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Two Announcements: CRRS and ExLibris
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 643.  Friday, 8 October 1993.
 
From:           Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:           Friday, October 8, 1993
Subject:        Two Announcments: CRRS and ExLibris
 
I thought the following two annoucement may be of interest to some
SHAKSPEReans.
 
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From FICINO Discussion - Renaissance and Reformation Studies:
 
The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies in Victoria College
at the University of Toronto sponsors lectures and seminars throughout
the year which may be of interest to subscribers to FICINO.  On
Tuesday October 19, 1993, Professor Charles Nauert (History,
University of Missouri) will present the Centre's twenty-ninth annual
Erasmus lecture: "Refashioning the Universities: Renaissance and
Reformation".  Professor Nauert is the author of The Age of
Renaissance and Reformation (1981) and Agrippa and the Crisis of
Renaissance Thought (1965).  The talk will be held in Alumni Hall,
Victoria College, at 4:00 pm.
 
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CHANGE: ExLibris - Rare books and Special Collections List
 
ExLibris has changed hosts since it was first announced in 1990:
 
EXLIBRIS on LISTSERV@RUTVM1.BITNET
         or 
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   EXLIBRIS is an unedited news and discussion group for the purpose of
   discussing matters related to rare book and manuscript librarianship,
   including special collections and related issues.  Membership is open
   to anyone who wishes to subscribe.  The contents are archived as is
   usual for LISTSERV groups (see below).
 
   The address of the listserv, for housekeeping matters including
   subscribing and unsubscribing, is either of:
 
        LISTSERV@RUTVM1.BITNET
        
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      (capitalization is unimportant)
 
   To subscribe to the list send e-mail to one of the addresses above
   with the following command in the BODY of the e-mail:
 
        SUBSCRIBE EXLIBRIS your full name
 
   Eg.  subscribe exlibris Johann G. Gutenberg
 
   Be sure the message is contained in a single line.  If you are
   willing, it is helpful to include institutional identification on
   the same line, as:
 
        SUBSCRIBE EXLIBRIS your full name, institution name
 
   Eg.  sub exlibris Johann G. Gutenberg, Deutsches BuchenMachen
 
   You may leave the list at any time by sending the
        SIGNOFF EXLIBRIS
   command to a LISTSERV address (above).
 
   You may also wish to use the
        SET EXLIBRIS NOMAIL
   command (to LISTSERV) to temporarily suspend your participation
   (e.g.  for vacations or other absences) and the
        SET EXLIBRIS MAIL
   command to resume mail delivery.
 
   The address of the group (for messages, *not* for subscribing or
   other housekeeping -- see above) is either of:
 
         EXLIBRIS@RUTVM1.BITNET
         
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   Please be aware that your local system REPLY mechanism may or may not
   direct your message to EXLIBRIS.  It may only go to the email address
   attached to the message you are replying to.  In such a case (you'll
   be able to see) you should MAIL to EXLIBRIS rather than REPLYing to
   the message.  It is considered a courtesy to include your name and
   institution at the TOP of your message for identification (our email
   addresses are often a bit terse).
 
   Contributions sent to this list are automatically archived.  You can
   obtain a list of the available archive files by sending an "INDEX
   EXLIBRIS" command to LISTSERV@RUTVM1.  These files can then be
   retrieved by means of a "GET EXLIBRIS filetype" command, or using the
   database search facilities of LISTSERV.  Send an "INFO DATABASE"
   command for more information on the latter.
 
   This discussion group has been set up and is maintained through the
   good offices of staff members of Rutgers University Computing
   Services and the Rutgers University Libraries at Rutgers -- The State
   University of New Jersey, who reserve the right to discontinue or
   modify this service for any reason and at any time.
 
   Owner:  Peter Graham  
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           Phone:  (908) 932-5908      Fax: (908) 932-5888
 
   Editor's Note:  Do not confuse the EXLIBRIS@RUTVM1 list with one
           by the same name on LISTSERV@UMRVMB (for UMR Library Users).
           mgh
 

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