ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Winchester College: Teaching and collecting in a small historic library (UNITED KINGDOM)

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13 Mar 2018

ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Winchester College: Teaching and collecting in a small historic library
Category: Lectures
Venue: University of London
Address: Senate House Room G35 Malet St, Bloomsbury, WC1E 7HU
Town: London
Opening hours: 6-8pm
Contact: Kayleigh Betterton (University of London Society of Bibliophiles) & Leo Cadogan (ABA)
Phone: +44 (0)20 7862 8845
E-mail:
Website: www.aba.org.uk/
The Institute of English Studies runs an active programme of lectures, seminars, conferences, symposia, reading groups and summer schools. Unless otherwise stated, events are free and open to the public. In association with the Antiquarian Booksellers Association, ABA, The focus of the ABE-IES Book Collecting seminars is on bibliophilia and the book trade. Book-collectors, dealers and auctioneers are invited to give a lecture on a subject of their choosing which relates to the practice of bibliophilia. Lectures may be anecdotal, academic or purely for entertainment, with a special focus this year on widening access in book-collecting. With this in mind, the programme is jointly-coordinated and run by the University of London’s new Society of Bibliophiles.
Dr. Richard Foster, Winchester College: Teaching and collecting in a small historic library. The Fellows' Library of Winchester College was established soon after the foundation of the school at the end of the 14th century. It has grown by purchase and donation over the past six centuries and now contains almost 10,000 rare books. This talk will consider the ways in which the library is integrated into the life of the school and its teaching. It will also examine the growth of the collection over the past few decades and the strategies for developing the collection of a small historic library on a small budget.
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