History of the Book Conference

Center for Renaissance Studies Programs
History of the Book Program
Friday, May 21, 2004

The Book in Early Modern Italy, Who Were the Producers and Consumers?

The Pulci Family and the Florentine Press, 1480-1500
Elissa Weaver, University of Chicago

The Politics of Liturgical Publishing: Milan 1594
Kevin M. Stevens, University of Nevada-Reno

Literary Salons and the Making of Poetry
Diana Robin, The Newberry Library

Selling Vernacular Religious Texts: The Case of Girolamo Regino
Gabriella Zarri, University of Florence

From Barely Literate to Learned: Audiences for Astrology
Mary Quinlan-McGrath, Northern Illinois University

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