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Short Title Catalogue Flanders (STCV) | Dossierpagina | 06-03-2012

Logo Short Title Catalogus VlaanderenSince 2000, the Short Title Catalogue Flanders (STCV: Short Title Catalogus Vlaanderen) project is developing an online database with extensive bibliographical descriptions of editions printed in Flanders before 1801. The database contains more than 25,300 descriptions (30 September 2019), based on more than 49,000 copies from various important heritage collections, mainly in Flanders, Belgium.

A brochure in English provides basic information about the database. An extensive project description is available in Dutch.

Our Facebook page provides summary updates about the project in English.

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The Bibliography of the Hand Print Book in Flanders and Brussels. Short Title Catalogue Flanders | Documentatie | 24-01-2012

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Leaflet about the Short Title Catalogue Flanders (STCV).

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Changing our textual minds. Towards a digital order of knowledge | Documentatie | 20-01-2012

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In het boek 'Changing our textual minds: towards a digital order of knowledge' onderzoekt professor Adriaan van der Weel welke invloed de digitalisering van het boek heeft op de manier waarop kennis wordt overgedragen. De studie is kosteloos te downloaden. Hoewel het ebook al 40 jaar bestaat is er nog maar weinig wetenschappelijk onderzoek...

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Beautiful Bookbindings - A Thousand Years of the Bookbinder's Art | Documentatie | 16-06-2011

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Marks, P. J. M. Beautiful Bookbindings - A Thousand Years of the Bookbinder's Art. London/New Castle: British Library/Oak Knoll Press , 2011.

From exquisite medieval bookbindings made of precious metals and jewels to the unique and highly imaginative creations of contemporary bookbinders, this book celebrates over 100 of the most beautiful bookbindings of the last 1000 years. Fully illustrated in colour, with specially commissioned studio photography, this book provides a visual...

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Call for Papers 'Book Design from the Middle Ages to the Future Traditions and Evolutions' | Nieuwsbericht | 06-01-2011

Oude, gedrukte en elektronische uitgave
06-01-2011

The objective of the international congress Book Design from the Middle Ages to the Future Traditions and Evolutions is to explore traditions and innovations in book design and typography from the manuscript era to the age of the electronic book.

The following questions will be addressed: How did the design of books evolve during the Middle Ages, the early modern period and beyond?

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Repertoire des fonds de livres anciens en Belgique = Repertorium van het oude boekenbezit in België | Documentatie | 25-01-2011

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Daems, Inge, and Carine Van Tuycom. Repertoire des fonds de livres anciens en Belgique = Repertorium van het oude boekenbezit in België In Éditions universitaires de Mons: répertoires. Vol. 1. Mons: Université de Mons & Archief- en Documentatiecentrum van de provincie Limburg, 1989.

Van Aalst tot Zottegem blijken er ongeveer 432 instellingen in België te zijn met oude boeken. Het aantal collecties is wat minder dan de doorgenummerde 432 omdat tweetalige instellingen dubbel opgenomen zijn onder respectievelijk Brussel en Bruxelles. De beschrijvingen bestaan uit naam, adres en telefoonnummer, gegevens over openingstijden,...

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The Book of Books. 500 Years of Graphic Innovation | Documentatie | 30-07-2012

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The Book of Books. 500 Years of Graphic Innovation, Edited by Matieu Lommen. London: Thames & Hudson, 2012.

The book has been the number one information carrier for many centuries, even in the digital age, books continue to sell and continue to be objects of desire. The Book of Books describes and, above all, demonstrates the visual history of the printed book, with graphic milestones and other surprising finds drawn from the University of Amsterdam's...

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Miræus Lecture 'The British Country House Library' (Marc Purcell) | Agendabericht | 16-01-2013

Library of Blickling Hall
23-01-2013

It is well known that great aristocratic houses all over Europe once contained magnificent libraries. What is less well known - at least in Continental Europe - is that many hundreds of these libraries still exist in historic houses all over England, Scotland and Wales. Over 300,000 books survive in more than 150 libraries and are in the care of the National Trust, despite the name not a government body, but a private charity established in the late nineteenth century. Others belong to smaller private foundations, and others still have remained in private ownership. read more