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Durham University

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS)

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History of the Book Workshop

22nd February 2019, 11:00 to 17:00, Palace Green Library Learning Centre, Various

IMEMS, History of the Book Workshop

Palace Green Library Learning Centre, Durham University

22 February 2019

11:00 – 17:00

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Programme of full details for the IMEMS History of the Book Workshop lead by Dr Luke Sunderland.

I. French Books and Their Readers
11.00 Sara Miglietti (Warburg Institute), ‘John Dee, Antoine Mizauld, and the International Reception of Scientific Self-Translations: Some Starting Thoughts’
11.40 John O’Brien (Durham), ‘Book Collecting and Political Alliances in an Early Modern Burgundian Library: The Tabourot Family’
12.20 Marc Schachter (Durham), ‘Towards a New Edition of La Boétie’s Servitude volontaire’

II. Work in Progress in History of the Book
14.00 Aditi Nafde (Newcastle), ‘From Print to Manuscript’
14.40 Ana de Oliveira Dias (Durham), ‘May the voice of the faithful resound’: Scribal Colophons in Medieval Iberia’
15.20 break
15.40 Charlotte Spencer (Durham), ‘“L’art d’amours est toute enclose”: Boundaries and Structures in Manuscripts Containing Responses to Guillaume de Lorris’ Roman de la Rose’
16.20 Laurie Atkinson (Durham), ‘“Agreynge well / vnto my bokes all”: De Worde, Stephen Hawes, and the Improvisation of Genre in Contemporary English Poetry’
17.00 close
(all papers to last 25 minutes, allowing 15 minutes for discussion)

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