A Sammelband bibliography

Though Sammelbände have historically attracted few specialised studies analysing the phenomenon, a number of articles have been published, mostly dedicated to specific case studies. As these are dispersed in various volumes and journals published in different countries and periods, the project seeks to establish a reference Sammelband bibliography that will be published on-line on the project website.

Updates and recent publications on Sammelbände of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries— whatever the language in which they are written—will also become a regular feature of future numbers of the Sammelband Flyleaf.

The idea of this resource it that it will be collaborative, so the project asks readers to send in lists they may have of existing publications on Sammelbände (including their own articles and books) so that an initial bibliography can be compiled and made available here: https://sammelband.hypotheses.org/a-sammelband-bibliography . A very modest starting point is already online.

Please send your references with a 100 word description of content and, when possible, a link to a open access version. Please follow the format of what is already online – it will help make it available quickly.

In time, a more user friendly format for this resource could be devised, but to begin with it is necessary to have some content!



Cite this blog post
Malcolm Walsby (2023, October 24). A Sammelband bibliography. Sammelband15-16. Retrieved May 22, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/tvg8

Malcolm Walsby

Professeur d'Histoire du livre, Enssib / Université de Lyon

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