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Books, Catalogues and Databases: Exploring Renaissance Vernacular Aristotelianism, British Library, 5 July

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Books, Catalogues and Databases: Exploring Renaissance Vernacular Aristotelianism, British Library, 5 July

Books, Catalogues and Databases: Exploring Renaissance Vernacular Aristotelianism, The British Library, London Conference Centre, Eliot Room, Friday July 5th 2013, 14.00-17.00

14.00   Stephen Parkin (British Library) and David A. Lines (University
of Warwick)
          Welcome

14.10   Eugenio Refini (University of Warwick)
          The ‘Vernacular Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy’ Database

14.30   John Goldfinch (British Library)
          The Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

14.50   Sara Servello (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico, Rome)
          Edit 16: Censimento nazionale delle edizioni italiane del XVI
secolo

15.10   Flavia Bruni (University of St Andrews)
          The Universal Short Title Catalogue

15.30   Coffee Break

15.45   Round Table
Cristina Dondi (University of Oxford & CERL)
Paul Gehl (The Newberry Library, Chicago)
Laura Nuvoloni (University of Cambridge – Incunabula Project)
Stephen Parkin (British Library)

Event organised within the AHRC-funded project ‘Vernacular
Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy’ (University of Warwick & The Warburg Institute, London) in collaboration with the British Library.

Attendance is free of charge, but registration is recommended for practical reasons. For information and registration please contact [email protected]

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