BA 522 Printing III: Parallel Editions and Printing

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Catalog course description

Students initiate and produce an edition of a relatively extensive book. Emphasis is on production, with manuscript selection and editing being critical aspects. Photopolymer platemaking processes are introduced in a desktop publishing environment adapted to historic tools and media. Such subjects as marketing and distribution of limited-edition books are covered. For those students taking the 6-hour option, a Parallel Editions book may be produced. Miller.

Course objectives

Target student audience

Companion website

Instructor contact information

Steven K. Miller
Office: 507 Gorgas Library
Phone: 348-1525
stevemiller {at} bookarts {dot} ua {dot} edu

Course assignments

Course outline or calendar


Course number and section, and number of credit hours

BA 522 - 001. Three or six* hours.

  • Six required for students with concentrations in either printing/publishing or bookbinding.

Meeting times


BA 521

Other requirements

Typically offered during which semesters

Fall Semester

Next offered

Fall Semester, 2008