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Kelmscott Press and Victorian Medievalism

An Online Exhibit of the Kelmscott Press


Kelmscott Press and Victorian Medievalism: An Online Exhibit of the Kelmscott Press was curated by Karina Wilhelm and Jacob Robertson. Emil Smith and Alexa Nino assisted them, selecting images and writing portions of the text.

Karina Wilhelm is Manager of Learning Services for the Design and the Arts Library at ASU. She is an an ASU alumna and has expertise in Art History, digitization, and historical and archival research.

Jacob Robertson earned his BA in Liberal Studies from ASU. He is currently a graduate student in Art History.

Emil Smith is an ASU undergraduate student majoring in Global Studies.

Alexa Nino is an ASU graduate student in English Literature.


Special thanks to the people behind the scenes who made this digital exhibit possible:

Julie Tanaka (general editor, coder, and curatorial consultant)

Laura Davis, Jennie Duvernay, Randall Sean Harrison, Kelsey Hinesley, Kris Johnson, Jordyn Kush, Suzy Morgan, Patty Odle, Timothy Provenzano, Amy Watson

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