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CERL Papers XI

Virtual visits to lost libraries: reconstruction of and access to dispersed collections (Ivan Boserup and David J. Shaw, eds.). Papers presented on 5 November 2010 at the CERL Seminar hosted by the Royal Library of Denmark, Copenhagen.
London, Consortium of European Research Libraries, 2011.
ISBN 978-0-9569996-0-3. [Eleven papers in English]
CERL Papers XI is now out of print, but is available to download here.

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Ivan Boserup (Royal Library, Copenhagen) Introduction

Elmar Mittler (Göttingen University) The Bibliotheca Palatina: a scattered library reconstructed

Karin Zimmermann (University Library, Heidelberg) Bibliotheca Palatina and Bibliotheca Laureshamensis – digitised

Graham Jefcoate (Radboud University, Nijmegen) and Jutta Weber (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin) Reconnecting the Forster Legacy: the virtual construction – and reconstruction – of a key Enlightenment collection

Monique Hulvey (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris) From Rome to Lyon: reconstruction of two Hebraic Renaissance libraries

István Monok (Károly Eszterházy College, Eger and University of Szeged) Scholars’ libraries in Hungary in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: reconstructions based on owner’s mark research

Johan Oosterman (Radboud University, Nijmegen) The archaeology of a collection: the example of Soeterbeeck

Matthew James Driscoll (Arnamagnæan Institute, University of Copenhagen) Handrit.is and the virtual reunification of the Arnamagnæan Manuscript Collection

Marina Venier (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Rome)The monastic libraries in Rome, from the Lists of the Religious Orders for the Sacred Congregation of the Index to the Confiscation in 1873: the reconstruction of the Eborense Library in the Monastery of Santa Maria in Aracoeli belonging to the Friars Minor Observant

Isabelle de Conihout (Bibliothèque Mazarine, Paris) Identifying libraries and patrons of bookbinding by the evidence of numbers

Karen Skovgaard-Petersen (Royal Library, Copenhagen) Gottorp books in the Royal Library of Copenhag: methodological considerations on the possibilities of identification

Ivan Boserup (Royal Library, Copenhagen) Some new ways to identify prints with a Gottorp provenance in the Royal Library, Copenhagen

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