Nouvelles acquisitions de l’IRHT

Section de codicologie, histoire des bibliothèques et d’héraldique (mai 2014) :

Honorat fleuron

Actes de la troisième « Saint Andrews Book Conference » à l’Université de Saint-Andrews (Ecosse) en juillet 2011 : 

Natasha Constantinidou  & Malcolm Walsby (éds.), Documenting the Early Modern Book World. Inventories and Catalogues in Manuscript and Print, Library of the Written Word – The Handpress World, 31, Leiden-Boston, E.J. Brill, 2013.

1 : Malcolm Walsby, ‘Book lists and their Meaning’

Part I : University Libraries

2 : Alexander Marr, ‘Learned benefactors: science, civility and donations of books and instruments to the Bodleian Library before 1605’

3 : Kasper van Ommen, ‘The legacy of Joseph Justus Scaliger in Leiden University Library Catalogues, 1609-1716’

Part II : Individuals

4 : Kevin M. Stevens, ‘Books fit for a Portugese queen: the lost library of Catherine of Austria and the Milan Connection (1540)’

5 : Malcolm Walsby, ‘The library of the Breton jurist and historian Bertrand d’Argentré in 1582’

6 : John A. Sibbald, ‘The Heinsiana – Almost a seventeenth-century Universal Short Title Catalogue’

7 : Jürgen Beyer & Leigh T.I. Penman, ‘Printed Autobibliographies from the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries’

Part III : Social Groups

8 : Gina Dahl, ‘The Market for Books in Early Modern Norway : The Case of Juridical Literature’

9 : Flavia Bruni, ‘The Book Inventories of Servite Authors and the Survey of the Roman Congregation of the Index in Counter-Reformation Italy’

10 : Andrea Ottone, ‘Pastoral Care and Cultural Accuracy : Book Collections of Secular Clergy in Three Southern Italian Dioceses’

Part IV : The Book Trade

11 : Justyna Kilianczyk-Zieba, ‘The Book Inventory of the Sixteenth-Century Krakow Bookbinder, Maciej Przywilcki’

12 : Shanti Graheli, ‘Reading the History of the Academia Venetiana through Its Book Lists’

13 : Benito Rial Costas, ‘The Inventory of Beatriz Pacheo’s Bookshop (Santiago De Compostella, 1563)’

14 : Cristina Dondi & Neil Harris, ‘Oil and Green Ginger. The Zornale of the Venetian Bookseller Francesco de Madiis, 1484-1488′

 

Source : Wijsman, Hanno, « Acquisitions IRHT, mai 2014 : Documenting the Early Modern Book World », dans Biblioblog, site Libraria, Bibliographie, Paris, IRHT, 2014 (Ædilis, Sites de programmes scientifiques, 4) [En ligne] http://www.libraria.fr/fr/blog/acquisitions-irht-mai-2014-documenting-early-modern-book-world

 


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