Electronic bibliographical resources


'Revived, kidnapped, rescued, and rebuilt : Canterbury Cathedral Library in the seventeenth century'. Beinecke Library, Yale, 18 June 2013. [More...]

'Theodoor Poelman: a sixteenth-century editor of Latin poetry working in the printing house of Christophe Plantin in Antwerp'.
Tuesday 15 January 2013
Bibliographical Society lecture, 5.30 pm, at the Society of Antiquaries, London.


'Italian incunables in  Canterbury Cathedral Library', La Bibliofilia, CXV, i (2013) pp. 205–215. [Download PDF]

‘The Chapter Library of Canterbury Cathedral during the Parliamentary Interregnum’,  Canterbury Cathedral Chronicle (Canterbury: 2013) pp. 26–29.

‘One book, five printers: Shared printing in early sixteenth-century Paris (Franciscus Lichetus, Commentaria, Paris, 1520)’. Accepted for publication in Le Bulletin du bibliophile, 2013.

‘A unidentified French incunable: Sir John Mandeville, Le lapidaire en francoys, [Lyon, c.1495–1496]’, The Electronic British Library Journal, eBLJ (2012) article 6.

‘Book trade practices in early sixteenth-century Paris : Pierre Vidoue (1516–1543)’, pp. 335–46 in: The Book Triumphant: Print in Transition in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, ed. Malcolm Walsby & Graeme Kemp. (Leiden: Brill, 2011). xvi + 378 pp.

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