Author: Malcolm Walsby


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...


Lyon Winter Workshop 2022

This year’s Winter workshop will take place in Lyon on 28-29 November 2022 at Enssib, the French national school for book history, information science and librarianship. It will be organised by the Gabriel Naudé...


The Sammelband Flyleaf n° 0

To document the research done by project members and disseminate our finds, publications and events, we have decided to create a short publication entitled the Sammelband Flyleaf. The first number appropriately called n°0 retraces...


Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes PAI grant

The Gabriel Naudé Centre, a research centre attached to Enssib, the French national school for book history, information science and librarianship and part of the University of Lyon, has obtained funding for the period...


Lyon Winter Workshop 2021

Following on from the Udine colloquium organised by Sergio Cappello and Neil Harris of the Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici e del Patrimonio Culturale that looked at the role played by Sammelbände in the survival...


Colloquium in Udine 2021

A conference will be organised on 16 and 17 September 2021 on the theme: Perdite e sopravvivenze del libro antico: il ruolo delle miscellanee – The Survival and Destruction of Early Printed Books: the...


Fragmentarium fellowship

A Zeno Karl Schindler / Fragmentarium Fellowship has been awarded to Dr Vito Santoliquido in order to study maculature in the van Buchell collection in Utrecht University Library. Under the joint supervision of Malcolm...


Winter school 2019

The Sammelband 15-16 project is organising a Winter school on 12 and 13 December 2019 on the analysis of Sammelbände and the problems they pose. In a series of general papers that seek to...


Descartes-Huygens Prize

The Descartes-Huygens Prize offered by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) for developing cooperation between French and Dutch researchers has been awarded to Katell Lavéant of the University of Utrecht in order to work...

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