Kick-off Conference

30 November 2016 || Sala Gusmani, Palazzo Antonini || Via Petracco 8, Udine

9.15 – Welcome

Prof. Maria Cristina Nicoli
Università di Udine
Rector’s Delegate for University scientific research

Chair
Prof. Maria Cristina Nicoli

Università di Udine

Prof. Andrea Zannini
Università di Udine
Director of the Department of Humanities and Cultural Heritage
Prices, economies and social groups in 16th-century Europe
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Prof. Ian Maclean
University of Oxford
Gaspare Bindoni’s catalogue of books from the Frankfurt Fair, 1601
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Discussion

Short break

11.00

Chair
Dr Goran Proot
Università di Udine – EMoBookTrade

Dr Cristina Dondi
University of Oxford
15cBOOKTRADE: where we are
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Prof. Neil Harris
Università di Udine
Affordable books? Money and prices in the Zornale of Francesco de Madiis
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Prof. Angela Nuovo
Università di Udine – EMoBookTrade
“The early modern book trade: an evidence-based reconstruction of the economic and juridical framework of the European book market” ERC project. Sources, methodology and objectives
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Discussion

Lunch break

14.15
Chair
Prof. Angela Nuovo
Università di Udine – EMoBookTrade

Dr Goran Proot
Università di Udine – EMoBookTrade
An analysis of prices established by Christopher Plantin and Jan Moretus I for their publications in the period 1580–1610
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Dr Francesco Ammannati
Università Bocconi di Milano – EMoBookTrade
Book prices and consumption patterns in the Late Renaissance: problems and prospects
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Dr Flavia Bruni
Università La Sapienza di Roma – University of St Andrews – EMoBookTrade
Bound or loose. Making sense of price annotations on early printed books
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Dr Giliola Barbero
Università Cattolica di Milano – EMoBookTrade
The circulation of Bernardino Telesio’s works through personal, institutional and commercial networks
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Dr Erika Squassina
Università di Cagliari – EMoBookTrade
The privilege system in Venice (1469-1545)
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Discussion

 

Attendance is free and registration is not required.
For further information, please see the event on the University webpage (including a map) or contact dr Lisa Barbiani at lisa.barbiani@uniud.it