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Book Art
Faculty & Staff
Kathleen A. Walkup Kathleen A. Walkup
Professor, Book Art
Program Head

At Mills since 1978

Office: CPM 119
Phone: 510.430.2001
Email: kwalk@mills.edu
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Faculty Office Hours
Days
Time
Room
M
T
W
12:30-1:00 by appointment
1:00-2:00 drop-in
4:00-4:30 by appointment
CPM 119
Fall 2014 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
M 01:00PM-03:55PM BOOK 117/217
Visible Language
CPM 109
T 11:45AM-02:15PM BOOK 260
The Material Book
MH 318
W 01:00PM-03:55PM BOOK 117/217
Visible Language
CPM 109
TBA TBA BOOK 250
Thesis
TBA


Education
  • BA, Temple University, 1967
Courses Taught
  • BOOK 27/127: Introduction to Book Art
  • BOOK 28/128: The Artist's Book in a Gendered Space
  • BOOK 113: The Artist's Books: Concept, Content, Form
  • BOOK 117: Visible Language: Typography, Books and Printing
  • BOOK 118/218: The Book in an Edition
  • BOOK 122: Bookbinding: Traditional and Contemporary Forms
  • BOOK 126: Reading as a Necessity of Life: Women, Books, and Literacy
  • BOOK 230: Artists' Books: Conceptual Approaches
  • College 60B: Private Lives, Public Editions: Women Printers in Paris
Professional Interests

Nineteenth- and 20th-century women printers, history and practice of typography, women and literacy, moveable books


Program Information
Overview

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Requirements

Courses
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Schedule of Courses for
the Current Semester


Activities & Resources
Awards

Eucalyptus Press

Center for the Book

Contemporary Writers Series Broadsides

Contact Information

P: 510.430.2217
F: 510.430.3398
E: bookart@mills.edu

Last Updated: 9/17/14