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CERL Papers X

Urban Networks and the Printing Trade in Early Modern Europe (15th-18th century) (Renaud Adam, Ann Kelders, Claude Sorgeloos and David J. Shaw eds.). Papers presented on 6 November 2009 at the CERL Seminar hosted by the Royal Library of Belgiun, Brussels.
London, Consortium of European Research Libraries, 2010.
ISBN 978-0-9541535-9-5. [Four papers in English and three in French.]

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Claude Sorgeloos (Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels): Les réseaux commerciaux de Guillaume Fricx, imprimeur et libraire à Bruxelles (1705-1708)

Stijn van Rossem (Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent): Books and the City. The Urban Networks of the Verdussen Family 1585-1700)

Sébastien Afonso (Université Libre, Brussels): L’imprimé officiel: enjeu et objet de rivalités entre imprimeurs dans les villes du sud des Pays-Bas méridionaux au XVIIe siècle

Alexandre Vanautgaerden (House of Erasmus, Brussels-Anderlecht): Pourquoi Bâle? Imprimerie et humanisme à Bâle avant l’arrivée d’Érasme en 1514

Cristina Dondi (University of Oxford and Consortium of European Research Libraries, London): Printers, Traders, and their Confraternities in Fifteenth-century Venice

David McKitterick (Trinity College, Cambridge) The London book trade in context, 1520-1620

Jean-Dominique Mellot and Anne Boyer (with the collaboration of Pierre-Louis Drouhinand Nathalie Fabry) (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris): The French printing and publishing network through the corpus of the Répertoire d’imprimeurs / libraires of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (15th-18th century)

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