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U-M Modernism Unbound Conference

A conference in honor of the retirement of Professor George Bornstein, C.A. Patrides Professor of Literature in the University of Michigan Department of English. This conference brought together leading scholars in the field of Modernism from across the country.

The Project:
This project involved the creation of all promotional materials for the conference including an event website, poster and flyers. Key concepts to be featured in the design were prominent authors of particular interest to professor Bornstein's work, manuscript preparation and editing, and the advent of the typewriter. A unique aspect of this project was the use of original pencil drawings by Anthony Cece later transferred to the computer and manipulated electronically.

For more information or to view the conference website, click here.

To see the conference poster, click here.

 

 
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U-M Modernism Unbound Conference Website
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