Archives par mot-clé : bibliothèques perdues

Journée d’étude

Les bibliothèques perdues du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance

12 juillet 2014, 10-17h, Bedford Room, Senate House, London, WC1E 7HU

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10.00 Registration

Danielle Magnusson : Blomefylde’s Forgotten Library: Textual Transformations and Early English Drama
Julie Mathias : The Reconstruction of George Owen of Henllys’s Library
Alison Walker : The Afterlife of Some Lost Early Seventeenth Century Medical Libraries

11.30 Refreshments

11.45 – Keynote Address
Raphaële Mouren : New Projects for Old Books: Reconstructing Libraries in the Digital Age

Brenda Collins : The Conundrum of Lord Conway’s ‘Lost’ Library
Alison Locke Perchuk : Flodoard’s Ghost: Phantom Books and the History of Art

13.15 Lunch

Ciro Romano : The Libraries of the Neapolitans Suppressed Monasteries
Steven Archer : Matthew Parker’s Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Andrea Puglia : Lost Libraries in West Tuscany. The Case Study of Pisa and Volterra

15.30 Refreshments

Delphine Mercuzot : The Dispersion and Virtual Reconstruction of Mazarin’s Library
Vanina Madeleine Kopp : The Lost French Royal Medieval Library. The Louvre Collection in the Hundred Year’s War
Adrian Papahagi : Lost Medieval and Renaissance Libraries of Transylvania

17.00 Closing remarks

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Source : Wijsman, Hanno, « Journée d’études à Londres sur les bibliothèques perdues du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance (12 juillet 2014) », dans Biblioblog, site Libraria, Annonces, Paris, IRHT, 2014 (Ædilis, Sites de programmes scientifiques, 4) [En ligne]ée-détudes-à-londres-sur-les-bibliothèques-perdues-du-moyen-age-et-de-la-renaissance-12-ju


Losts Books

19-21 June 2014, University of St Andrews

Honorat fleuron    Questions of survival and loss bedevil the study of early printed books. Many early publications are not particularly rare, but others are very scarce, and many have disappeared altogether. We can infer this from the improbably large number of books that survive in only one copy, and it is confirmed by the many references in contemporary documents to books that cannot now be identified in surviving book collections.

This conference will address the issue of how far this corpus of lost books can be reconstructed from contemporary documentation, and how this emerging perception of the actual production of the early book trade – rather than those books that are known from modern library collections – should impact on our understanding of the industry and contemporary reading practice.