This news is available via an RSS feed .
The graphic arts portfolio : a representative collection of prints by various processes of illustration
Boston : National Arts Publishing Co., [1911?]
One color print based on a photo-lithographic process, one print base on a photogravure process, one color print by the offset process from machine-made plates.
Rauner Nash Z257 .G737 1911
Aldo Manuzio : Renaissance in Venice
catalogue edited by Guido Beltramini, Davide Gasparotto; essays by Guido Beltramini and 10 others
Venezia : Marsilio, 
Baker Berry Z232.M3 A43 2016
Exploring discovery : the front door to your library's licensed and digitized content
edited by Kenneth J. Varnum
Chicago : ALA Editions, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2016
The pace of change in recent decades has been dizzying. An index of books was a static item; discovery might require searching several places to find both the index and the item. Now the variety of materials managed and collected by individual librarys is expansive, and the concept of "discovery" can cover hundreds, thousands or even billions of items. Where is "discovery" going... and how will it change your life?
Baker Berry ZA4230 .E97 2016
A constraint-based font development system : a talk given at the Font Design Systems Workshop, INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, May 1987
Santa Clara, CA : Imagen Corporation, 
Baker Berry Harvard Z250.7 .B73 1987
Lettergieterÿ Joh. Enschedé en Zonen Haarlem, Holland : Spectrum, Romulus, Lutetia, Romanee, Open Kapitalen, Bembo, Perpetua, Times, Baskerville, Bodoni, Falstaff, Cheops, Gill, Spartan, Marina, Bavo, Houtsnee
[Haarlem, Holland : Joh. Enschedé en Zonen, 197-?]
Baker Berry Harvard Z250 .J64 1970z
Type specimen book = 字體樣本
Hong Kong : Asco Trade Typesetting Limited, [197-?]
Part 1. Latin faces = Jia bu. Ou xi wen zi kuan -- Part 2. Oriental faces = Yi bu. Dong fang wen zi kuan.
Baker Berry Harvard Z250 .A83 1970
Тайное окно... : собрание автографов / Ольга Кучкина
Кучкина, Ольга, author
Moskva : IZHLT, Institut zhurnalistiki i literaturnogo tvorchestva, 2016
Baker Berry Z42.3.A9 K83 2016
Lost books : reconstructing the print world of pre-industrial Europe
edited by Flavia Bruni, Andrew Pettegree
Leiden ; Brill, 
Baker Berry Z1024 .L67 2016
Tibetan printing : comparisons, continuities and change
edited by Hildegard Diemberger, Franz-Karl Ehrhard and Peter Kornicki
Leiden ; Brill, 
Introduction -- The Introduction of Printing in the Asian Context: Wider Perspectives on Print and Manuscript Cultures. Three Print Revolutions / Peter Burke -- The Gutenberg Fallacy and the History of Printing among the Mongols / Johan Elverskog -- Mongolian Female Rulers as Patrons of Tibetan Printing at the Yuan Court: Some Preliminary Observations on Recently Discovered Materials / Kawa Sherab Sangpo -- Empress Shotoku as a Sponsor of Printing / Peter Kornicki -- From Chongzhen lishu to Tengri-yin udq-a and rGyartsis chen mo 51 / Leonard W. J. van der Kuijp -- A Forgotten Chapter in South Asian Book History: A Bird's View on Sanskrit Print Culture / Camillo A. Formigatti -- Manuscript and Print in the Tangut State: The Case of the Sunzi / Imre Galambos -- Printing versus Manuscript: History or Rhetoric? A Short Note inspired by Pelliot DIC / Cristina Scherrer-Schaub -- The Uses of Early Tibetan Printing: Evidence from the Turfan Oasis / Sam van Schaik -- Pattern Reproduction Possibilities and the Alpha and Omega of Tibetan Printing / T. H. Barrett -- The Introduction of Printing Into Tibet: Drivers, Impact and New Discoveries. New Discoveries in Early Tibetan Printing History / Porong Dawa -- Collected Writings as Xylographs: Two Sets from the Bo dong pa School / Franz Karl Ehrhard -- Continuity and New Developments in 15th Century Tibetan Book Production: Bo dong Phyogs las rnam rgyal (1376-1451) and his disciples as Producers of Manuscript and Print Editions / Tsering Dawa Sharshon -- Tibetan Women as Patrons of Printing and Innovation / Hildegard Diemberger -- Prints about the Printer: Four Early Prints in Honor of the Mad yogin of gtsang / Stefan Larsson -- Works and Networks of mkhas pa Dri med: On the Illustrations of 16th Century Tibetan Printed Books / Marta Sernesi -- Early Book Production and Printing in Bhutan / Dorji Gyaltsen -- An Unacknowledged Revolution? A Reading of Tibetan Printing History on the Basis of Gung thang Colophons Studied in Two Dedicated Projects / Michela Clemente -- Revolutions of the Dharma Wheel: Uses of Tibetan Printing in the Eighteenth Century / Benjamin Nourse -- Observations Made in the Study of Tibetan Xylographs / Helmut Eimer -- Exploring the Materiality of Prints and Manuscripts. Wooden Book-Covers, Printing Blocks, their identification and dating: how to read the wood / Tomasz Wazny -- The Five Colours of Art: Non-invasive Analysis of Pigments in Tibetan Prints and Manuscripts / Paola Ricciardi and Anuradha Pallipurath -- Paper Plants in the Tibetan World: A Preliminary Study / Alessandro Boesi -- The Choice of Materials in Early Tibetan Printed Books / Agnieszka Helman-Wazny -- Paper, Patronage and Production of Books: Remarks on an 11th Century Manuscript from Central Tibet / Pasang Wangdu.
Baker Berry Z8.T53 T53 2016
The book world : selling and distributing British literature, 1900-1940
edited by Nicola Wilson
Leiden ; Brill, 
Introduction : the book world / Nicola Wilson -- British publishers and colonial editions / Nicola Wilson -- A trade in desires : emigration, A. C. Gunter and the Home Publishing Company / Simon Frost -- "Introductions by eminent writers" : T.S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf in the Oxford world's classics series / Lise Jaillant -- Literary success and popular romantic fiction : Ethel M. Dell, a case study / David Tanner -- "The market is getting flooded with them" : Richard Aldington's Death of a hero and the war books boom / Vincent Trott -- Genre at the Hogarth Press / Claire Battershill -- Alec Craig, censorship and the literary marketplace : a bookman's struggles / Richard Espley -- Boots Book-lovers' Library : domesticating the exotic and building provincial literary taste / Sally Dugan -- Readers and reading patterns : oral history and the archive / Nickianne Moody -- Surveying the trade : The book world and its translocal reach / Sydney J. Shep.
Baker Berry Z325 .B727 2016
The fifteenth-century printing practices of Johann Zainer, Ulm, 1473-1478
Bolton, Claire, author
Oxford : Oxford Bibliographical Society ; 2016
Baker Berry Z232.Z18 B65 2016
"Trash," censorship, and national identity in early twentieth century Germany
Ritzheimer, Kara L., 1975- author
Cambridge ; Cambridge University Press, 2016
Buffalo Bill in Germany : regional encounters with commercial culture before WWI -- Federalism and censorship : regulating commercial fiction and movies in imperial Germany -- Censorship in the Rechtsstaat : anti-"trash" rhetoric and national identity in imperial Germany -- Censorship and "trash" in wartime Germany -- Censorship in the sozialstaat : Weimar's film and publications laws -- Censorship, morality, and national identity in Weimar Germany.
Baker Berry Z658.G3 R58 2016
Print culture histories beyond the metropolis
edited by James J. Connolly, Patrick Collier, Frank Felsenstein, Kenneth R. Hall, and Robert G. Hall
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 
"Bringing together leading scholars of literature, history, library studies, and communications, Print Culture Histories Beyond the Metropolis rejects the idea that print culture necessarily spreads outwards from capitals and cosmopolitan cities and focuses attention to how the residents of smaller cities, provincial districts, rural settings, and colonial outposts have produced, disseminated, and read print materials. Too often print media has been represented as an engine of metropolitan modernity. Rather than being the passive recipients of print culture generated in city centres, the inhabitants of provinces and colonies have acted independently, as jobbing printers in provincial Britain, black newspaper proprietors in the West Indies, and library patrons in "Middletown," Indiana, to mention a few examples. This important new book gives us a sophisticated account of how printed materials circulated, a more precise sense of their impact, and a fuller of understanding of how local contexts shaped reading experiences."--
Baker Berry Z280 .P75 2016
Publishing and the academic world : passion, purpose and possible futures
edited by Ciaran Sugrue and Sefika Mertkan
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2016
By book and by blog : the future of academic scholarship / Andy Hargreaves and Ciaran Sugrue -- The panoply of publication : continuity and change / Ciaran Sugrue -- Calculating journal rankings : peer review, bibliometrics, and alternative metrics? / Lutz Bornmann, Werner Marx & Robin Hauschild -- Voices of experience : scholar(ly) perspectives on the emotions, imagination and creativity of writing for publication / Sefika Mertkan & Ciaran Sugrue -- Getting my work out there : writing the paper / Barbara Grant -- Understanding the peer review process : reject, revise, resubmit / Tony Bush -- Text work/identity work online : writing for social media and beyond / Pat Thomson -- In praise of knowledge bureaucracies : speaking to international audiences / Slawomir Magala -- From a thesis to journal articles / Sefika Mertkan -- Playing the game : writing for elite international journals in an uneven academic world / Simon McGrath -- Academic writing for publication : a backward glance, glimpsing possible futures / Ciaran Sugrue & Sefika Mertkan.
Baker Berry Z286.S37 P825 2016
A cultural history of modern English cryptography manuals
Ellison, Katherine, author
Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Baker Berry Z103.4.G7 E45 2017
Printing Arab modernity : book culture and the American Press in nineteenth-century Beirut
Auji, Hala, author
Leiden ; Brill, 
During the nineteenth century, the American Mission Press in Beirut printed religious and secular publications written by foreign missionaries and Syrian scholars such as Nāṣīf al-Yāzijī and Buṭrus al-Bustānī, of later nahḍa fame. In a region where presses were still not prevalent, letterpress-printed and lithographed works circulated within a larger network that was dominated by manuscript production. In this book, Hala Auji analyzes the American Press publications as important visual and material objects that provide unique insights into an era of changing societal concerns and shifting intellectual attitudes of Syria's Muslim and Christian populations. Contending that printed books are worthy of close visual scrutiny, this study highlights an important place for print culture during a time of an emerging Arab modernity.
Baker Berry Z464.L4386 B452 2016
The history and uncertain future of handwriting
Trubek, Anne, 1966- author
New York : Bloomsbury, 2016
Introduction: Handwriting is history -- The strangely familiar very far past -- The problem with very beautiful writing -- The long tail of Greece and Rome -- Human Xerox machines -- The politics of script -- Handwriting as distinction -- Righteous, manly hands -- A devilish contrivance -- Long descenders -- Questioned documents -- Digital handwriting -- The continual revival of fancy letters -- The science of handwriting -- Conclusion: Our John Hancocks.
This book uncovers the long and significant impact handwriting has had on culture and humanity--from the first recorded handwriting on the clay tablets of the Sumerians some four thousand years ago and the invention of the alphabet as we know it, to the rising value of handwritten manuscripts today.
Baker Berry Z43 .T785 2016
International exchange in the early modern book world
edited by Matthew McLean, Sara Barker
Leiden ; Brill, 
Sales channels for bestsellers in sixteenth-century Europe / Valentina Sebastiani -- International publishing and local needs : the breviaries and missals printed by Plantin for the Spanish crown / Benito Rial Costas -- Centre and periphery : relations between Frankfurt and Bologna in the transnational book trade of the 1600s / Caroline Duroselle-Melish -- Selling books in the Italian Renaissance : the correspondence of Giovanni Bartolomeo Gabiano (1522) / Angela Nuovo -- Plantin and the French book market / Malcolm Walsby -- Books as a means of transcultural exchange between the Habsburgs and the Ottomans / Zsuzsa Barbarics-Hermanik -- 'Translated and often printed in most languages of Europe' : movement and translations of Italian histories on the Dutch Revolt across Europe / Nina Lamal -- The pike and the printing press : military handbooks and the gentrification of the early modern military revolution / Mark R. Geldof -- How to build a library across early-modern Europe : the network of Claude Expilly / Shanti Graheli -- Books without borders : the presence of the European printing press in the Italian religious libraries at the end of the sixteenth century / Giovanna Granata -- Angelica's book : the power of reading in late Renaissance Florence / Brendan Dooley -- Confessional networks, cultural exchange and the printed music of Jerome Commelin (c.1550-1597) / Matthew Laube -- Sellers and buyers of Italian music around 1700 : the Silvani Firm and G.B. Bassani's music in Italy and Central Europe / Huub van der Linden -- Translating Renaissance drama : networks, platforms, apps / Anston Bosman -- "Catullum numquam antea lectum [...] lego" : a short analysis of Catullus' Fortune in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / Alina Laura De Luca -- Intertraffic : transnational literatures and languages in late Renaissance England and Europe / Warren Boutcher.
Baker Berry Z291.3 .I57 2016
Making literature now
Hungerford, Amy, author
Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2016
Introduction : writing from the rabbit hole -- Making literature now -- McSweeney's and the school of life -- Reading novels in the net -- GPS historicism -- How Jonathan Safran Foer made love -- On not reading DFW -- Afterword : present tense archive.
"This book takes us into the social networks of contemporary literary culture, examining how small-scale presses, writers, book distributors, and editors make new fiction-and make a living-in a mass market indifferent to all but a tiny slice of the literature produced today. McSweeney's, the small San Francisco-based press founded by Dave Eggers, is the book's central subject, but the story of that press serves also as portal to broader networks of contemporary literary production, a network that requires not one person-like the famous Eggers-but thousands. How does new writing emerge and find readers today? Why does one writer's work become famous while another's remains invisible? Making literature now tells the stories of the creators, editors, readers, and critics who make their living by making literature itself come alive. The book shows how various conditions--including gender, education, business dynamics, social networks, money, and the forces of literary tradition--affect the things we can choose, or refuse, to read. Amy Hungerford focuses her discussion on literary bestsellers as well as little-known traditional and digital literature from smaller presses, such as McSweeney's. She deftly matches the particular human stories of the makers with the impersonal structures through which literary reputation is made. Ranging from fine-grained ethnography to polemical argument, this book transforms our sense of how and why new literature appears--and disappears--in contemporary American culture"--
Baker Berry Z471 .H89 2016
Selling Shakespeare : biography, bibliography, and the book trade
Hooks, Adam G., author
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Introduction: A life in print : toward a Shakespearean bio-bibliography -- 1. Shakespeare's poems and Shakespeare's printer : Richard Field and the narratives of Shakespearean authorship -- 2. Sweet and swaggering : Shakespeare's plays, Playfere's sermons, and their publisher Andrew Wise -- 3. 'All in one volume' : Shakespeare's quartos, the First Folio, and their printer William Jaggard -- 4. Making plays : booksellers and the bio-bibliography of Shakespeare.
"Selling Shakespeare tells a story of Shakespeare's life and career in print, a story centered on the people who created, bought, and sold books in the early modern period. The interests and investments of publishers and booksellers have defined our ideas of what is 'Shakespearean', and attending to their interests demonstrates how one version of Shakespearean authorship surpassed the rest. In this book, Adam G. Hooks identifies and examines four pivotal episodes in Shakespeare's life in print: the debut of his narrative poems, the appearance of a series of best-selling plays, the publication of collected editions of his works, and the cataloguing of those works. Hooks also offers a new kind of biographical investigation and historicist criticism, one based not on external life documents, nor on the texts of Shakespeare's works, but on the books that were printed, published, sold, circulated, collected, and catalogued under his name"--
Baker Berry Z8811 .H66 2016
Emozioni medievali : bibliografia degli studi 1941-2014 con un'appendice sulle risorse digitali
Roma : Bagatto libri, 2015
Baker Berry Z7204.E5 A88 2015
This page was dynamically generated on 25-Oct-2016 using data collected at the end of September 2016.