2 edition of Early Modern Manuscript and Printed Book Studies found in the catalog.
Early Modern Manuscript and Printed Book Studies
August 1, 2007
by Blackwell Publishing Professional
Written in English
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This seminar will examine the material text in Europe, from the later Middle Ages through the early modern period (–). We will consider the production and circulation of manuscripts and early printed books, with a broad focus: we will range across descriptive bibliography (i.e. how to describe the physical features of a book) and various theoretical approaches that fall under the. In Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Literature, edited by Isadore Twersky. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Reiner, Elchanan. “The Ashkenazi Elite at the Beginning of the Modern Era: Manuscript Versus Printed Book.” Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry 10 ():
The Early Book Society was founded in to bring together all those who are interested in any aspect of the study of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts and early printed books. Since , EBS has sponsored special sessions at the International Congress of Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, and smaller conferences of related interest. Doubtful Readers Print, Poetry, and the Reading Public in Early Modern England Erin A. McCarthy. A study of the print publication of early modern English poetry books that reveals printed single-author poetry collections to be rich sources of evidence for histories of literature, reading, and the book.
Textual scholarship includes manuscript studies but extends further in that it is not limited to the manuscript, but also studies the printed book, from the invention of printing to the present day. Similarly, it is a part of the emerging discipline of the history of the book, insofar as it is distinguishable from traditional bibliographical study. A Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts provides an introduction to the language and concepts employed in bibliographical studies and textual scholarship as they pertain to early modern manuscripts and printed texts. Winner, Honourable Mention for Literature, Language and Linguistics, American Publishers Prose Awards,
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However, the distinction between printed books and manuscript was quite fluid during the pre-modern centuries. Many examples in the Norman E. Alexander Library for Jewish Studies at Columbia have a combination of print and manuscript, often in interesting and unexpected ways.
A Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts provides an introduction to the language and concepts employed in bibliographical studies and textual scholarship as they pertain to early modern manuscripts and printed texts. Winner, Honourable Mention for Literature, Language and Linguistics, American Publishers Prose Awards, Format: Hardcover.
Bringing together a broad range of case studies written by a team of international scholars, this Concise Companion establishes how manuscripts and printed books met the needs of two different approaches to literacy in the early modern period. Features essays illustrating the particular ways a manuscript and a printed book reflect the different emphases of an elite.
A Companion to the Early Modern Printed Book in Britain, –, ed. Vincent Gillespie and Susan Powell Manuscripts and Printed Books in Europe –, ed.
Emma Cayley and Susan PowellAuthor: Elisabeth Salter. Divided into thematic sections (the printed book trade; the book as artefact; patrons, purchasers and producers; and the cultural capital of print), it considers the social, historical, and cultural context of the rise of print, with the problems as well as advantages of the transmission from manuscript to print; the printers of the period; the.
Bringing together a broad range of case studies written by a team of international scholars, this Concise Companion establishes how manuscripts and printed books met the needs of two different approaches to literacy in the early modern period.
Features essays illustrating the particular ways a manuscript and a printed book reflect the different emphases of an elite, Brand: Wiley-Interscience. Recusancy and Conformity in Early Modern England: Manuscript and Printed Sources in Translation Volume of Arab history and civilization Volume 2 of Catholic and recusant texts of the late medieval & early modern periods Volume of Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.
Studies and texts. (43) Steven W. May, “The Future of Manuscript Studies in Early Modern Poetry,” Shakespeare Studies 32 (), 56– May is elsewhere judiciously cautious about the value of editions of manuscript miscellanies: “Renaissance Manuscript Anthologies: Editing the Social Editors,” English Manuscript Studies 11 (), –Author: Christopher Burlinson.
[* Subject heading: early modern book culture; early printed books and incunabula: production; women and gender studies; readers and reading (woman, women, female) *] Fudge, John D. Commerce and Print in the Early Reformation.
The Northern World. Material Texts in Early Modern England recovers these traits and practices, and so crucially revises our sense of what a book was, and what a book might be. Reviews 'Smyth - one of our best and most inventive readers of textual materiality - has answers that affirm and often dazzle Cited by: 1.
A Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts Mark Bland's overview of early modern books and manuscripts, aimed at bibliographers. He considers paper, bindings, the writing and printing processes, and--like Joseph A.
Dane in the book mentioned above--points out that one copy of a book is often not identical to the : Katrina Powers. Malcolm Walsby is a lecturer at the University of Rennes II and co-director of the Universal Short Title Catalogue project.
He is the author of The Counts of Laval (Ashgate, ) and The Printed Book in Brittany () (Brill, ). Natasha Constantinidou is a lecturer in early modern European history at the University of Cyprus.
THE MEDIEVAL BOOK AND A MODERN COLLECTOR Essays in Honour of Toshiyuki Takamiya Edited by TAKAMI MATSUDA, RICHARD A. LINENTHAL & JOHN SCAHILL The first paperback edition of this acclaimed study of English medieval manuscripts and early printed books, many items from Professor Takamiya’s own collection.
“The Ashkenazi Elite at the Beginning of the Modern Era - Manuscript Versus Printed Book,” Polin- Studies in Polish Jewry 10 () Katz Center – Stacks. DSP6 P56 Van Pelt Library.
DSP6 P Stow, Kenneth R. A manuscript (abbreviated MS for singular and MSS for plural) was, traditionally, any document that is written by hand — or, once practical typewriters became available, typewritten — as opposed to being mechanically printed or reproduced in some indirect or automated way.
More recently, the term has come to be understood to further include any written, typed, or word. Early Book Society April 3 at AM We've received a note from Veronica O'Mara to say that the symposium 'Catholics and Hebrew Scholarship in Medieval and Early Modern Europe', which was to be held at the University of Leeds on 19 May Followers: K.
An illuminated manuscript is a manuscript in which the text is supplemented with such decoration as initials, borders and miniature the strictest definition, the term refers only to manuscripts decorated with either gold or silver; but in both common usage and modern scholarship, the term refers to any decorated or illustrated manuscript from Western traditions.
1By the mids, early modern manuscript studies was an established field. McGannand McKenzieboth proposed theoretical frameworks that emphasized the social and historical contexts of production and reception instead of a manuscript/print divide, and many other studies followed.
This is a major study of the rebellions, the largest and most important risings in Tudor England. Based upon extensive archival evidence, the book sheds fresh light on the causes, course and long-term consequences of the by: The collection of Early European Books and Manuscripts encompasses materials produced before in Western Europe and in Eastern Europe.
The holdings are very strong in Italian Humanist manuscripts in both Italian and Latin. There are a significant number of Greek manuscript and printed books from the Byzantine world.
Documenting the Early My Searches (0) Cart (0) brill African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics.The History of the Book in the Early Modern Period: to Explore the history of the book during the early modern period and learn how the invention of printing revolutionized our world.
Join course for free.Historians and literary critics have published studies about Islamic book culture, drawing on statements preserved in literary sources and paratexts, such as ownership statements and reading certificates, though rarely connecting the literary evidence with the material evidence of the manuscripts and printed books themselves (e.g., the Special.