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    Connecting the Colonies: Empires and Networks in the History of the Book (Conférences)

    22 nov. 2017 - 24 nov. 2017    -    AUSTRALIE , Hobart
    Connecting the Colonies: Empires and Networks in the History of the Book
    Empires of all kinds – commercial, geo-political, bureaucratic – are defined by their peripheries as well as their centres, by the flows of information that maintain or destabilise their structures of authority and control.
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    Autobiographik von Exil, Widerstand, Verfolgung und Lagererfahrung (Conférences)

    23 nov. 2017 - 25 nov. 2017    -    AUTRICHE , Wien
    Autobiographik von Exil, Widerstand, Verfolgung und Lagererfahrung
    Das Haus der Geschichte Österreich, die Theodor Kramer Gesellschaft und die ÖAW veranstalten von 23. bis 25. November 2017 eine interdisziplinäre Konferenz zu autobiographischen Schriften und Zeugnissen als Quellen der Biographieforschung, der Geschichtsschreibung, des Geschichts- und Literaturverständnisses.
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    Exploring the Canonici Collection: Two hundred Years of Italian Manuscripts in Oxford (Conférences)

    24 nov. 2017 - 25 nov. 2017    -    ROYAUME-UNI , Oxford
    Exploring the Canonici Collection: Two hundred Years of Italian Manuscripts in Oxford
    This two-day conference is planned to celebrate the bicentenary of the arrival from Venice to the Bodleian Library of the Canonici collection of manuscripts (1817) and to stimulate interdisciplinary research. Papers and posters will offer the opportunity to discuss a wide range of topics related to the Canonici manuscripts and will help in the identification of further research
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    39th Annual Conference on Book Trade History MEN AND WOMEN IN THE BOOK TRADE: Changing gender roles over 500 years (Conférences)

    26 nov. 2017 - 27 nov. 2017    -    ROYAUME-UNI , London
    39th Annual Conference on Book Trade History MEN AND WOMEN IN THE BOOK TRADE: Changing gender roles over 500 years
    This year’s annual conference on book trade history will explore ways in which gender has shaped the organization as well as the output of the trade from the early modern period to the recent past. Issues relating to the management and practice of printing and bookselling will be set alongside shifts in the patterns of demand, ownership and readership, as men and women maintained or redefined their mutual roles in business and employment, as well as in society at large
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    University of Otago (NZ) Centre for the Book - Symposium "Books and Users" (Conférences)

    28 nov. 2017 - 30 nov. 2017    -    NOUVELLE-ZÉLANDE , Dunedin
    University of Otago (NZ) Centre for the Book - Symposium "Books and Users"
    "The University of Otago Centre for the Book is pleased to announce our sixth annual research symposium. In 2017, we are teaming up with Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature to offer a 3-day extravaganza engagement with books and culture. ...
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    MS. Douce 201: the story of a curious manuscript of eighteenth-century satires (Conférences)

    28 nov. 2017    -    ROYAUME-UNI , Oxford
    MS. Douce 201: the story of a curious manuscript of eighteenth-century satires
    The Bodleian's Douce manuscripts include a curious volume of unpublished poems, MS. Douce 201, dated c.1750, and transcribed in a grand, uneven calligraphic hand. The six works it contains are English satires, all but one of them anonymous. Together they represent a uniquely obsessive act of homage to Alexander Pope, marked by expert engagement and deep resentment. Dr Paddy Bullard looks at research that has identified the author of MS. Douce 201, and uses it to piece together the extraordinary story of the manuscript's creation.
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    Merton College History of the Book Group: "Juan de Mariana's History of Spain, from Madrid to Merton and beyond" (Conférences)

    29 nov. 2017    -    ROYAUME-UNI , Oxford
    Merton College History of the Book Group: "Juan de Mariana's History of Spain, from Madrid to Merton and beyond"
    The Spanish Jesuit theologian Juan de Mariana (1536-1624) had a mixed reputation even during his lifetime, with controversy being provoked by aspects of his historical and his political-moral writings alike. This session will concentrate on his History of Spain, first printed in Latin (1592) and later translated into Spanish; Merton College Library has copies of two early editions of, one in Latin (Toledo 1592) and the other in Spanish (Madrid 1650), and the text is well represented elsewhere in Oxford libraries. Mariana’s work has an interesting history of reprinting, translation,...
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    ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Student Bibliophiles at Oxford and Cambridge: a new generation of book collectors (Conférences)

    09 janv. 2018    -    ROYAUME-UNI , London
    ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Student Bibliophiles at Oxford and Cambridge: a new generation of book collectors
    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...
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    ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Winchester College: Teaching and collecting in a small historic library (Conférences)

    13 mars 2018    -    ROYAUME-UNI , London
    ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Winchester College: Teaching and collecting in a small historic library
    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...
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    ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Before the Collection: Two perspectives on forming and working with collections (Conférences)

    08 mai 2018    -    ROYAUME-UNI , London
    ABA-IES Book Collecting Seminars - Before the Collection: Two perspectives on forming and working with collections
    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...