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Miraeus Lectures | Archief

1. Paul Dyck • Picturing the Word: Antwerp Biblical Illustrations at Little Gidding • 29 april 2009 — Abstract

2. Marie-Claude Felton • To Publish AND Perish: The Misadventures of Self-Publishing Authors in 18th-century Paris • 24 juni 2009 — Abstract

3. Noël Golvers • The Jesuits in China in the 17th and 18th Centuries: The ‘Ultima Thule’ of the European Bookdistribution •28 oktober 2009 — Abstract

4. Maurice Whitehead • English and Welsh Jesuit Book Culture: Some Aspects Relating to the Low Countries, circa 1600-1794 • 2 december 2009 — Abstract

5. Renaud Adam • Alost, le berceau de l'imprimerie en Belgique? Retour sur l'atelier de Jean de Westphalie et Thierry Martens (1473-1474) • 24 februari 2010 — Abstract

6. Rémi Mathis • Red in a Black and White World. Coloured Title Pages in Early Printed Books • 28 april 2010 — Abstract

7. Bertrum MacDonald • Nineteenth Century Science in the Making: Communication of Scientific Information as Illustrated by Reading Practices and Correspondence Networks • 27 August 2010 — Abstract

8. Erik Kwakkel • Age of Innovation: The Manuscript Book in the Twelfth-Century Renaissance • 3 November 2010 — Abstract

9. Peter Shillingsburg • From Gutenberg to Google • 22 November 2010 — Abstract

10. Alistair McCleery • Maintaining the Cultural Exception: Publishing Literature in a Global Marketplace • 24 November 2010 — Abstract

11. David Shaw • Publishing the classics in 16th century Antwerp • 6 April 2011 — Abstract

12. Yann Sordet • The edition of the Imitatio Christi of Thomas a Kempis (15th-18th century) • 11 May 2011 — Abstract

13. Eltjo Buringh • Medieval Manuscript Production in the Latin West • 23 November 2011 — Abstract

14. Nicholas Pickwoad • Preserving the oldest library in Christendom: the Saint Catherine's Monastery Library Project on Mount Sinai • 1 December 2011 — Abstract

15. Michael Suarez s.j. • Ut pictura liber: Illustrations and Patrons in Enlightenment Books • 31 January 2012 —Abstract

16. Simran Thadani • A Confutation of Grosse Errors and Absurdities. Duelling Calligraphers in the London Book Trade, 1570–1720 • 21 March 2012 — Abstract

17. Sandro Jung (UGent) • Illustrated Pocket Diaries, 1779-1860: Book History’s Forgotten Genre • 24 October 2012 — Abstract 

18. Mark Purcell (National Trust) • The Libraries of the British National Trust • 23 January 2013 — Abstract 

19. Peter Stallybrass (University of Pennsylvania) • Why Printing precedes Manuscript • 6 March 2013 — Abstract 

20. James Raven (Essex University) • Forms of Enlightenment: Society, Commerce and the hidden Revolution of Print in Europe, 1450-1850 • 15 May 2013 — Abstract 

21. David McKitterick (Cambridge University) • Putting the past on show. Old books and public interpretation in the nineteenth century • 22 May 2013 — Abstract 

22. Luisa Calè (Birkbeck, University of London) • Blake, Young, and the Poetics of the Composite Page • 30 October 2013 — Abstract

23. Stephen Colclough • Trading Places and Reading Spaces • 13 November 2013 — Abstract

24. John Hinks (Leicester University) • The Word on the Street: Print and Urban Space during the Hand-Press Period • 20 November 2013 — Abstract

25. John Feather • The rise of the publisher: the transformation of the British book trade 1780-1840 • 19 February 2014 — Abstract

26. Jos Biemans • De stichting en vorming van de Stedelijke Bibliotheek van Amsterdam in de zestiende eeuw: waarheid of fictie? • 22 april 2015 — Abstract

27. Paul Van Capelleveen • Vlaamse private presses rond 1900: Het ontweken voorbeeld van William Morris • 6 mei 2015 — Abstract

28. Stephanie Jacobs • Romantic Book Covers in Belgium (lecture in English) • 25 november 2015 — Abstract

29. Daniel Droixhe • What’s new about Jan van Gorp, Bonaventura Vulcanius and other Flemish humanists, forerunners of the modern Indo-European comparativism in the 16th century • 9 december 2015 — Abstract

30. Earle Havens • ‘It Is Written’: Forgery, Books, and the Tower of Babel (lecture in English) • 20 januari 2016 — Abstract

31. Line Cottegnies • The Shakespeare First Folio of Saint-Omer: a bibliographical enigma (lecture in English) • 16 maart 2016 — Abstract

32. Christine Bénévent• L’Institution du prince de Guillaume Budé: le mystère des premières éditions perdues (lecture in French – communication en français) • 27 aprill 2016 — Abstract

33. Renaud Milazzo • ‘In silentium’: la double ambiguité du silence. Le commerce du livre d'emblème au XVIe et XVIIe siècle (lecture in French – communication en français) • 16 november 2016 — Abstract

34. Jeanine De Landtsheer • Justus Lipsius (1547–1606) en zijn edities van Caius Cornelius Tacitus: genese en drukgeschiedenis (Lezing in het Nederlands) • 14 december 2016 — Abstract

35. Eva Cardon • ‘Nooit Meer Alleen’, een onderzoek naar het artistieke autobiografische beeldverhaal (Lezing in het Nederlands) • 22 maart 2017 — Abstract

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