I gave the Jones Faculty Lecture at Lafayette College on October 22, 2014. My title was: “How Shall We Then Read? The History of Reading and Its Present Implications.” It was a great event with a remarkable Q&A session, but I know that some who wanted to hear the lecture were unable to attend. For those—and others who like listening to lectures in mp3 format—I’ve made the lecture available here in two parts. The second part has about 10 minutes of lecture, following by about 1/2 hour of Q&A. My apologies that the microphone didn’t catch the audience very well! I’ll also have video available soon; email me or message me on Twitter if you’d like me to send you the video.
Part 1—28 min.
Part 2—48 min.
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