Publications

2021

  • Angela Nuovo and Laura Pani, ‘Trading in books in time of plague (1522)’, JLIS.it 12, 1 (January 2021), pp. 142-150
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12612
  • Goran Proot, ‘The Transformation of the Typical Page in the Handpress Era in the Southern Netherlands, 1473–1800’, in Ku-ming (Kevin) Chang, Anthony Grafton and Glenn W. Most (eds), Impagination: Layout and Materiality of Writing and Publication. Interdisciplinary Approaches from East and West (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021), pp. 237–272

2020

  • Giliola Barbero, Luigi Tessarolo, Angela Nuovo, Francesco Ammannati, Francesca De Battisti, Renaud Milazzo, Andrea Ottone, Goran Proot, Erika Squassina, ‘The Database of the EMoBookTrade Project. A Proposal to Encode Early Modern Book Prices and Privileges’, JLIS.it 11, 2 (May 2020), pp. 108-132
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12612
  • Saskia Limbach, ‘New Approaches to OCR for Early Printed Books’, DigItalia 2 (2020), pp. 74-87 (with Nikolaus Weichselbaumer, Mathias Seuret, Rui Dong, Manuel Burghardt, Vincent Christlein)
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.36181/digitalia-00015
  • Saskia Limbach, ‘Proof of Concept: Automatic Type Recognition’, in R. H. Reussner, A. Koziolek und R. Heinrich (ed), Informatik (2020), pp. 1307-1316 (with Nikolaus Weichselbaumer, Mathias Seuret, Vincent Christlein)
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.18420/inf2020_122
  • Angela Nuovo, ‘Le prime edizioni della Gerusalemme liberata (1580-1581) nel contesto della legislazione cinquecentesca sulla stampa’, in Alberto Petrucciani, Valentina Sestini and Federico Valacchi (ed.), Libri, biblioteche e società (Macerata: EUM Edizioni Università di Macerata, 2020), pp. 141-159
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4282655
  • Goran Proot and James Raven, ‘Renaissance and Reformation’, in James Raven (ed), The Oxford Illustrated History of the Book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), 137–168
  • Goran Proot, Yann Sordet and Christophe Vellet (eds), A century of typographical excellence. Christophe Plantin and the Officina Plantiniana (1555–1655) = Un siècle d’excellence typographique. Christophe Plantin and son officine (1555–1655) (Paris: Éditions des Cendres, Bibliothèque Mazarine and Cultura Fonds Library, 2020)
  • Goran Proot and Yann Sordet, ‘Preface. Typographic expediency and seduction: the first century of the Officina Plantiniana = Préface: efficacité et séduction typographique: le premier siècle de l’officine plantinienne’, in Goran Proot, Yann Sordet and Christophe Vellet (eds), A century of typographical excellence. Christophe Plantin and the Officina Plantiniana (1555–1655) = Un siècle d’excellence typographique. Christophe Plantin and son officine (1555–1655) (Paris: Éditions des Cendres, Bibliothèque Mazarine and Cultura Fonds Library, 2020), pp. 6–13
  • Goran Proot, ‘The Officina Plantiniana from “Renaissance” tot “Baroque”: a typographical transition (1555–1670) = L’Officina Plantiniana de la “Renaissance” à l’age “baroque”: une transition typographique (1555–1670)’, in Goran Proot, Yann Sordet and Christophe Vellet (eds), A century of typographical excellence. Christophe Plantin and the Officina Plantiniana (1555–1655) = Un siècle d’excellence typographique. Christophe Plantin and son officine (1555–1655) (Paris: Éditions des Cendres, Bibliothèque Mazarine and Cultura Fonds Library, 2020), pp. 50–97
  • Renaud Milazzo, ‘In the mind of a publisher. Establishing the price of emblem books in Antwerp in the sixteenth century’, in Nina Lamal and J. Christopher Warner (eds), Christophe Plantin 1520-2020. Studies of the Officina Plantiniana at the quincentennial of Plantin’s birth. De Gulden Passer/The Golden Compasses 98 (2020), pp. 183-202
  • Renaud Milazzo,« Les enjeux économiques du choix du format et du papier dans la politique éditoriale de Christophe Plantin (1555-1589)/The economic stakes in the choice of bibliographic format and paper in the publishing policy of Christophe Plantin (1555-1589) », in Goran Proot, Yann Sordet and Christophe Vellet (eds), A century of typographical excellence. Christophe Plantin and the Officina Plantiniana (1555–1655) = Un siècle d’excellence typographique. Christophe Plantin and son officine (1555–1655) (Paris: Éditions des Cendres, Bibliothèque Mazarine and Cultura Fonds Library, 2020), pp. 142-191

2019

  • Angela Nuovo, ‘Discussion of Anna Maria Raugei, Gian Vincenzo Pinelli e la sua biblioteca’, Nuovi Annali Della Scuola Speciale Per Archivisti E Bibliotecari 33 (2019), pp. 496-498
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3601541
  • Angela Nuovo, ‘La stampa a Ferrara e l’edizione Bonnà della Liberata’, in Valentina Sonzini (ed), Cominus et Eminus: La tipografia alla campana. Annali di Vittorio Baldini e delle sue eredi (Ferrara, 1575-1621) (Milano: Biblion Edizioni, 2019), pp. 11-19
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3581191
  • Goran Proot, ‘Shifting Price Levels Of Books Produced At The Officina Plantiniana In Antwerp, 1580–1655’, in Massimo Rospocher, Jeroen Salman and Hannu Salmi (eds), Crossing Borders, Crossing Cultures (Berlin: De Gryter, 2019), pp. 89-108
  • Erika Squassina and Andrea Ottone (eds), Privilegi librari nell’Italia del Rinascimento (Milano: Franco Angeli, 2019)
  • Angela Nuovo, ‘Le politiche legislative sulla stampa in età moderna’, in Erika Squassina and Andrea Ottone (eds), Privilegi librari nell’Italia del Rinascimento (Milano: Franco Angeli, 2019), pp. 9–16
  • Francesco Ammannati, ‘I privilegi come strumento di politica economica nell’Italia della prima età moderna’, in Erika Squassina and Andrea Ottone (eds), Privilegi librari nell’Italia del Rinascimento (Milano: Franco Angeli, 2019), pp. 17–38
  • Angela Nuovo, Paola Arrigoni, ‘Privilegi librari nello Stato di Milano (sec. XV-XVI)’, in Erika Squassina and Andrea Ottone (eds), Privilegi librari nell’Italia del Rinascimento (Milano: Franco Angeli, 2019), pp. 67–101
  • Andrea Ottone, ‘Il privilegio del Messale riformato. Roma e Venezia fra censura espurgatoria e tensioni commerciali’, in Erika Squassina and Andrea Ottone (eds), Privilegi librari nell’Italia del Rinascimento (Milano: Franco Angeli, 2019), pp. 289–329
  • Erika Squassina, ‘I privilegi librari a Venezia (1469-1545)’, in Erika Squassina and Andrea Ottone (eds), Privilegi librari nell’Italia del Rinascimento (Milano: Franco Angeli, 2019), pp. 331–399

2018

  • Giovanna Granata and Angela Nuovo (eds), Selling and Collecting: Printed Book Sale Catalogues and Private Libraries in Early Modern Europe (Macerata: EUM Edizioni Università di Macerata, 2018)
  • Goran Proot, David McKitterick, Angela Nuovo and Paul F. Gehl (eds), Lux Librorum: Essays on books and history for Chris Coppens (Mechelen: Flanders Book Historical Society, 2018)
  • Angela Nuovo,‘Transferring humanism: The edition of Vitruvius by Lucimborgo de Gabiano (Lyon 1523)’, in Goran Proot, David McKitterick, Angela Nuovo and Paul F. Gehl (eds), Lux Librorum: Essays on books and history for Chris Coppens (Mechelen: Flanders Book Historical Society, 2018), pp. 17-37
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1487999
  • Giles Mandelbrote and Goran Proot,‘Prices for Spanish and Latin books published by Martinus Nutius I, ca. 1558’, in Goran Proot, David McKitterick, Angela Nuovo and Paul F. Gehl (eds), Lux Librorum: Essays on books and history for Chris Coppens (Mechelen: Flanders Book Historical Society, 2018), pp. 65-122
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2537330
  • Christian Coppens and Angela Nuovo, ‘Printed catalogues of booksellers as a source for the history of the book trade’, JLIS.it 9, 2 (May 2018), pp. 166–178
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12465
  • Francesco Ammannati, ‘Book prices and monetary issues in Renaissance Europe’, JLIS.it 9, 2 (May 2018), pp. 179–191
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12454
  • Goran Proot, ‘Damned Usury, “Cologne”, “1715”: Delusion or Bona Fide? Typographical Evolution on Title Pages in the Southern Netherlands in the Eighteenth Century and Its Potential as a Means of Identification’, Livre et civilisation (2018), pp. 287–333
  • Goran Proot, ‘The Pricing Policy of the Officina Plantiniana, 1580–1655’, in Dirk Imhof, Paul van Capelleveen, Goran Proot et al. (eds) Balthasar Moretus and the Passion of Publishing (Kontich: BAI & Museum Plantin-Moretus, 2018), pp. 32–44
  • Goran Proot, ‘Prices in Robert Estienne’s booksellers’ catalogues (Paris 1541-1552): a statistical analysis’, JLIS.it 9, 2 (May 2018), pp. 192–221
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12459
  • Giliola Barbero, ‘Ordinary and extraordinary prices in the Giolito Libri spirituali sales List’, JLIS.it 9, 2 (May 2018), pp. 222–264
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12462
  • Flavia Bruni, ‘Peace at the Lily. The De Franceschi section in the stockbook of Bernardino Giunti’, JLIS.it 9, 2 (May 2018), pp. 265–279
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12468

2017

  • Giliola Barbero and Adriana Paolini, Le edizioni antiche di Bernardino Telesio: censimento e storia, Paris: Les Belles Lettres 2017 (Collection Giordano Bruno. Documents/essais, V)
  • Francesco Ammannati and Angela Nuovo, ‘Investigating Book Prices in Early Modern Europe: Questions and Sources’, JLIS.it 8, 3 (September 2017), pp. 1–25
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.4403/jlis.it-12365
  • Goran Proot, Metamorfose. Typografische evolutie van het handgedrukte boek in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden, 1473–1541 (Antwerpen: Vereniging van Antwerpse Bibliofielen, 2017)
  • Goran Proot, ‘Discussion of Dirk Imhof, Jan Moretus I and the continuation of the Plantin Press’, De Gulden Passer 95 (2017), pp. 184–187
  • Erika Squassina, ‘La protezione del Furioso: Ariosto e il sistema dei privilegi in Italia’, Bibliothecae.it 6 (2017), 1, pp. 9–38
    Open access article licensed under CC-BY DOI: 10.6092/issn.2283-9364/7024

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