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Early Modern Book Trade

This project will explore the idea – and gather the evidence to prove it – that the so-called printing revolution does not consist in a change in book-making technology...
Keywords: 16c prints, book history, book trade, circulation of people and material, economic history, history of printing, italian studies, networks, relations between readers and/or books producers, Renaissance studies

Books within books: Hebrew Fragments in European Libraries

"Books within books: Hebrew Fragments in European Libraries" is a European network of scholars working on fragments of medieval Hebrew books and documents recovered from book bindings and notarial files in various libraries and archives in Europe, Israel a

Society for Renaissance Studies

The Society for Renaissance Studies (SRS), founded in 1967, provides a national, and international forum for all those who have an interest in any aspect of the study of the Renaissance.

Mélanges de l’Ecole française de Rome – Moyen Âge

Mélanges de l’Ecole française de Rome – Moyen Âge
Keywords: italian studies, medieval studies

FAMA - Oeuvres latines médiévales à succès

Le présent projet consiste à rassembler des renseignements sur le nombre de témoins subsistants des ouvrages les plus lus du Moyen Âge latin...
Keywords: digital humanities, manuscript culture, reader

Files about printer and booksellers devices around 1500

Digitization of the files made by the staff of the Bibliothèque nationale de France while cataloguing the incunabula of their library...
Keywords: 16c prints, incunabula, printer, printer or publisher's device, printing matrice, publisher

Sammelband: A Book History Pedagogy Blog

A new blog on using book history in the classroom. A new project from Women in Book History Bibliography.
Keywords: book history


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