Lost Books cover

Lost Books now available in Open Access

Since its first volume ten years ago, The Library of the Written Word has established itself as a major force in the world of book historical scholarship. Launched by Brill as a vehicle for the best new research in the field, The Library of the Written Word offers a mix of monographs, commissioned thematic collections, … Weiterlesen …

Charlotte Guillard - Paris printer

Charlotte Guillard: One of Paris’ First Woman Printers

By Jamie Cumby and Panagiotis Georgakakis | This week’s post brings together several themes in the sixteenth-century scholarly book world – printing in classical languages, women printers, legal humanism – via a single copy of a work by Emperor Justinian I.  This work (USTC 140698) was printed in Paris in 1542 by Charlotte Guillard, one of … Weiterlesen …