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Adrian Papahagi, Lost Libraries of Medieval Transylvania


Dr Adrian Papahagi is attending the “Medieval and Renaissance Lost Libraries” conference to be held at the University of London, Senate House, Bedford Room, 10 am-5pm on 12 July 2014.

The following papers are being presented:

Steven Archer: Matthew Parker’s Library at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

Brenda Collins: The Conundrum of Lord Conway’s ‘Lost’ Library

Vanina Madeleine Kopp: The Lost French Royal Medieval Library: The Louvre Collection in the Hundred Year’s War

Danielle Magnusson: Blomefylde’s Forgotten Library: Textual Transformations and Early English Drama 

Julie Mathias: The Reconstruction of George Owen of Henllys’s Library 

Delphine Mercuzot: The Dispersion and Virtual Reconstruction of Mazarin’s Library 

Adrian Papahagi: Lost Medieval and Renaissance Libraries of Transylvania

Alison Locke Perchuk: Flodoard’s Ghost, Phantom Books and the History of Art 

Andrea Puglia: Lost libraries in West Tuscany. The Case Study of Pisa and Volterra 

Ciro Romano: The Libraries of the Neapolitans Suppressed Monasteries 

Alison Walker: The Afterlife of Some Lost Early Seventeenth Century Medical Libraries




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