Prospective Table of Contents, Colloquia 32

Warburg Institute Colloquia, vol. 32, The Afterlife of Aldus: Posthumous Fame, Collectors and the Book Trade, ed. Jill Kraye and Paolo Sachet

Publication date: summer 2018

Table of Contents:

Foreword

I.   The Aldine Press after Aldus (1515–1598)
      From the Printer’s Mind to the Author’s Hand: Paolo Manuzio and His Tre libri di lettere volgari (1556–1560)
      by Lodovica Braida

       Strategies and Failures of a Renaissance Publishing Venture: The Accademia Veneziana and the Myth of Aldus
       by Shanti Graheli

       The End of the Manutius Dynasty (1597)
       by Angela Nuovo

II.  Private Aldine Collections in Europe
      Five Centuries of Aldine Collecting in Italy: Known and Less-Known Cases
      by Luca Rivali

       Aldine Editions in Early Modern France
       by Shanti Graheli

       Aldine Collecting and Aristocratic Values in French Bibliophily Before and After the French Revolution
       by François Dupuigrenet Desroussilles and Jean Viardot

III.  The Modern Aldine Book Trade
       Selling Aldus in the UK (c. 1630–2015): Towards a Checklist of British Sale Catalogues of Books Published by the Manuzio            Family
       by Paolo Sachet

       The Aldine in British Book Trade History: A Look at Three Major Collections
        by Nicholas Poole-Wilson

       Aldine Tributaries Collecting Aldus Manutius in the 21st Century
       by G. Scott Clemons

       Collecting the Renaissance: The Aldine Press (1494–1598): Catalogue of an Exhibition
       by Jill Kraye, Stephen Parkin and Paolo Sachet

Index of Names