Papers at Conferences and Seminars

2017

  • 12-15 October 2017, ‘Bibliography among the Disciplines’ conference (Philadelphia, PA)
    • M. Malaspina, lecture within the ‘Tools for Data Analysis and Visualization’ roundtable
  • 26-30 July 2017, Summer school ‘The history of printed book illustration’ (Oxford, Bodleian Library)
    •  M. Malaspina, guest lecture (title to be confirmed);
  • 21 June 2017, Iowa City RBMS 2017: The Future of Bibliographic Data—New Discoveries from the Study of the Oldest Printed Books (org. Greg Prickman, Atlas of Early Printing; C. Dondi, 15cBOOKTRADE; O. Duntze, GW; K. Limper-Herz, ISTC)
  • 15 – 16 June 2017, Trento, Istituto Storico italo-germanico, Crossing Borders, Crossing Cultures. Popular Print in Europe (1450-1900) – The ‘European Dimensions of Popolar Print Culture’ Conference:
    • C. Dondi, Were cheap books popular books in the Venice of the printing revolution? 
    • S. Minuzzi, Being Popular in Print: long-standing and widespread Health Advices through the 15cBOOKTRADE Tools
  • 21 May, 2017, Oxford Bibliographical Society
    • M.A. Panzanelli Fratoni, Reconstructing dispersed collections: Burney and Consul Smith in the British Library 
  • 9 May, 2017, University of Perugia, Department of Law: “Conversazioni Bartoliane. In ricordo di Severino Caprioli”
    • M.A. Panzanelli Fratoni, Bartolo in tipografia: le edizioni del Quattrocento
  • 19-22 Apr. 2017, University of Padua, 6th Annual Scientiae Conference on Disciplines of Knowing in the Early Modern World 
    • S. Minuzzi, Artisans of Medicinal Secrets and Knowledge Circulation in Early Modern Venice
  • 21 April 2017, Yale, Beinecke Library, CERL Seminar: Retracing the Steps from the Old to the New World
    • C. Dondi, 15cBOOKTRADE digital tools
  • 10 Apr. 2017, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia, seminario nell’ambito del corso di Storia culturale [prof. M. Infelise]
    • S. Minuzzi, Storia culturale e identità fra i margini: come leggere ed elaborare gli interventi manoscritti su erbari e cronache a stampa
  • 6-7 Apr. 2017, Loughborough University, Association of Art Historians 43rd Annual Conference and Art Book Fair 
    • M. Malaspina, Visual recognition, image matching and digital annotation. Early printed book illustrations and the 15th-century Booktrade Project 
  • 20-21 Mar. 2017, Athens, Laskaridis Foundation and Gennadius Library, Opening up private and religious collections to scholarship (Geri Della Rocca de Candal – org. and C. Dondi)
  • 23-25 Feb. 2017, Foligno-Perugia, VI Centenario Frezziano [conference on Federico Frezzi]
    • M.A. Panzanelli Fratoni, La fortuna del “Quadriregio” nelle sue prime edizioni a stampa  
  • 1 Feb. 2017, Oxford, Late Medieval Europe Seminar (convenors Oren Margolis, Natalia Nowakowska, Hannah Skoda, John Watts)
    • C. Dondi, The economic dimension of early printing: book prices in Venice 1484-1488, from the Zornale of Francesco de Madiis
  • 20 Jan. 2017, Paris, Histoire des Bibliothèques Anciennes, (CNRS-IHRT; http://www.irht.cnrs.fr/fr/agenda/histoire-des-bilioth%C3%A8ques-anciennes)
    • M.A. Panzanelli Fratoni, «De Bibliothecis instituendis, disponendis et informandis» by Prospero Podiani (1535-1615)

2016

  • 10-11 November 2016, Prague, Charles University, Medical Knowledge and Publication Strategies in European Perspective, 1500-1800 (org. Dr. Karel Černý and Dr. Jeroen Salman), Session: Regulation and Value Attribution
    • Sabrina Minuzzi, Privileges, Medical Authorship and Knowledge Dissemination in 15th-16th century Venice
  • 20-22 October 2016, Perugia, Università degli StudiSixième Atelier Heloïse – Sixth Workshop Heloïse
    • C. Dondi, The visualisation of the reception of university texts printed in the 15th century – The 15cBOOKTRADE Project and its databases and web applications
    • M.A. Panzanelli Fratoni, University texts printed in the 15th century: Their production and transmission in  print – The 15cBOOKTRADE Project and its databases and web applications
  • 23 September 2016, Cambridge, Trinity College: The reception of the church fathers and early church historians, c.1470-1650 (org. Andreas Ammann, Sam Kennerley, Kirsten Mcfarlane)
    • C. Dondi, The circulation of the early editions of the Fathers: an evidence-based approach
  • 19 July 2016, Paris, 24th Annual Conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing (SHARP), Session: The Languages of the Medical Book. New Perspectives on the Medical Book Trade from the 15th to the 19th Century:
    • Sabrina Minuzzi, A 15th century vernacular regimen sanitatis in verse. Author, Printers and Readers of the ‘Cibaldone’
  • 6 June 2016, London, British Library Seminar on Textual Bibliography for Modern Foreign Languages:
    • M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, Illustrations in Early Printed Books from Perugia: Imitation, Re-Use and Original Production
  • 20 May 2016, London, Wellcome Library, Incunabula and Medicine Seminar:
    • Sabrina Minuzzi, Everyone has his own Cibaldone? Text transmission and copy-specific features of a fifteenth-century vernacular regimen sanitatis
  • 3 May 2016, University of Warwick, STVDIO Seminar:
    • M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, Towards the Corpus of Texts Printed in the 15th century. The Text-inc database: how it works and some first results

2015

  • 1 Dec 2015, Perugia, Palazzo dei Priori, Prospero Podiani e la Biblioteca Augusta:
    • M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, Dedicato ad Apollo e alle Muse: Podiani e l’ambizioso progetto di una biblioteca pubblica nell’Italia di fine Cinquecento
  • 27 Oct. 2015, University of Antwerp, CERL-Seminar ‘Library History: Why, What, When?’:
    • Cristina Dondi and M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, Researching the origin of Perugia’s Public Library (1582-1623) before and after Material Evidence in Incunabula (MEI)
  • 23 Oct. 2015, Oxford, Weston Library, The New Boccaccio: Scribe, Scholar, Reader:
    • Matilde Malaspina: From Florence, to Venice, via Naples: the manuscript and early printed transmission of Boccaccio’s ‘Genealogia deorum gentilium’
  • 13 Oct. 2015, Eton College:
    • Cristina Dondi and Geri Della Rocca De Candal: Aldine incunabula: mapping the distribution, use, and collecting of the earliest production of Aldus Manutius
  • 2 Oct. 2015, Bibliothèque municipale de Caen, Le livre ancien italien dans les fonds patrimoniaux normands : quels usages des conservateurs et des chercheurs (Monique Hylvey) including a presentation of MEI.
  • 7 Aug. 2015, University of Vienna, 16th International Congress of the International Association of Neo-Latin Studies. Session: New Perspectives in Text Studies: Digital Frontiers for the History of the Book and the Interpretation of the Text: Incunabula Circulation in Humanistic Europe:
    • Sabrina Minuzzi, La circolazione degli incunaboli nell’Europa Umanistica: il caso dell’Orthographia di Giovanni Tortelli.
  • 21 Jul. 2015, Oxford, DHOxSS [Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School]. Workshop: Digital Approaches in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, coordinated by Judith Siefring, Bodleian Digital Library Systems:
    • Geri Della Rocca De Candal, Tracking the distribution, use, and collecting of books in the 15th century and to the present: the Material Evidence in Incunabula database.
    • Matilde Malaspina, Early Printed Illustrations of Aesopian Texts. New Research Tools for Analysis within the ‘15cBOOKTRADE Project’.
    • M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, Tracking the transmission of texts in the 15th century: the TEXT-inc database.
  • 2-5 Jul. 2015, Oxford, St Anne’s College. Telling Tales: Manuscripts, Books and the Making of Narrative, Early Book Society Biennial Conference.
    • Session III, New resources for studying early printing:
      • Geri Della Rocca De Candal, Tracking the Reception, Use and Collecting of Texts in the 15th century and to the Present. the Material Evidence in Incunabula database.
      • M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, Tracking the transmission of texts in the 15th century: the TEXT-inc database.
    • Session XXIV, Printing in Italy:
      • Matilde Malaspina, Early printed illustrations of Aesopian texts: an analysis within the ‘15cBOOKTRADE Project’.
    • 1 Jul. 2015, Leicester, De Montfort University, Centre for Textual Studies, Reading Copy Specific Features: Producers, Readers & Owners of Incunabula:
      • Cristina Dondi, On the 15cBOOKTRADE Project in Reading Copy-Specific Features: Producers, Readers and Owners of Incunabula
    • 24 Jun. 2015, London Senate House, LIBER Forum for Digital Cultural Heritage workshop on image recognition:
      • Matilde Malaspina, Early Printed Illustrations of Aesopian Texts. An analysis within the ’15cBOOKTRADE Project.
    • 12 Jun. 2105, Oxford, Merton College, History of the Book Group meeting for Trinity Term 2015:
      • Geri della Rocca de Candal. A selection of incunabula from the collection of Merton College.
    • 20 May 2015, Krakow, Jagellonian University, Lecture:
      • Neil Harris, A Venetian Bookshop at Rialto, 1484-1488. The Zornale of Francesco de Madiis (Marciana Library, ms. Ital. XI, 45 (7439)).
    • 19 Apr. 2015, Venice, San Francesco Della Vigna, ‘Per Aldo 1515-2015’, Special Ed. of the ‘Cattedre Ambulanti’ di CHARTA:

      • M. Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni, I Possessori degli Incunaboli Aldini della British Library.
    • 26 Mar. 2015, Berlin, Renaissance Society of America, various sessions:
      • The Booktrade in the Archives: from Printshops to Bookshops, organized by Caroline Duroselle-Melish [Harvard Univ]:
        • Cristina Dondi, Selling Printed Books in 15th-century Venice: the day-book of Francesco de Madiis.
      • Digital Approaches to Printed-Book Illustration, organized and chaired by Cristina Dondi:
        • Clementina Piazza, University of Oxford Software and Methods to Support the Investigation of the Circulation of Illustration by Reusing and Copying;
        • Matilde Malaspina, Image-matching Technology applied to 15c Woodcut Illustrations. An Analysis within the 15cBOOKTRADE Project;
        • Alexandra Franklin, University of Oxford Human Vision, Computer Memory: Integrating Image Analysis into the Cataloguing of Illustrations
    • 26 Mar. 2015, Venice, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Lecture:
      • Neil Harris, Il lettore italiano del Rinascimento. Profilo di un consumatore.
    • 23-24 Feb. 2015, Göttingen, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek; Workshop ‘Scientific Questions about Provenance and Their Requirements for Future Web and Database Representation of Cultural and Scientific Collections’:
      • Cristina Dondi: The Use of Provenance Evidence to Track the Movement of Books across Space and Time, and the Corollary Need to Gather and Search Images od Provenance.

2014

    • 19-21 Nov. 2014, Madrid, Colloquium “Latin Classics at the Dawn of Printing”:
      • Cristina Dondi, ISTC, TEXT-inc, and Material Evidence in Incunabula: Working on the early transmission of Classical texts in print, their dissemination, and reception http://www.incunabula.uned.es/coloquioInternacional.php]
    • 16 Nov. 2014, London, 36th Annual Conference in Book Trade History: Bookshops in the History of the Trade:
      • Cristina Dondi with Neil Harris, When Antiquarian Books were New. The Daily Activity of a Bookshop in Venice, 1484-88, through the Zornale of Francesco de Madiis.
    • 29 Sep. – 1 Oct. 2014, Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel Working Group for Library, Book and Media History “Database-supported bibliographies, book catalogues and source materials”:
      • Cristina Dondi, Booksellers’ archival sources for an insight on contemporary sales, prices, and use: the “Zornale” of Francesco de Madis, Venice 1484-88.
    • 17 Sep. 2014, Antwerp, SHARP Conference, Pre-SHARP CERL Workshop:
      • Cristina Dondi with M. van Delft, M. Lefferts, M. Hulvey, P. Cullhed, and N. Harris, Historical Provenance Research: Material Evidence, Documentary Evidence, and Digital Humanities [http://www.sharp2014.be/cerl-workshop.html]
    • 27 May 2014, Venice, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana, Lecture:
      • Cristina Dondi with Neil Harris, Una libreria a Rialto dal 1484 al 1488. Il Zornale di Francesco de Madiis (Ms. Ital. XI, 45 (7439)) [http://marciana.venezia.sbn.it/eventi/una-libreria-rialto-dal-1484-al-1488-il-zornale-di-francesco-de-madiis]
    • 12 May 2014, Oxford Bibliographical Society:
      • Cristina Dondi, To Think Again at the First Printing Revolution – With both Eyes on Books, Trade, Prices, and Use.
    • 31 Mar. – 2 Apr. 2014, Oxford, All Souls College, Transforming the Early Modern Republic of Letters: Literature, Learning, Logic, Books. A Conference in Honour of Ian Maclean:
      • Cristina Dondi, To think again about the first printing revolution — with both eyes on the books.
    • 27 Mar. 2014, Paris, Sorbonne, Séminaire du Laboratoire de Médiévistique occidentale de Paris (=LAMOP): Codicologie quantitative et sociologie du livre médiéval:
      • Cristina Dondi, The 15th-century Book Trade: An Evidence-based Assessment and Visualization of the Distribution, Sale, and Reception of Books in the Renaissance