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Council's Choice for May 2022

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.
The choice for May 2022 is by Council member Katie Birkwood, who writes about the history of women's access to Cambridge University Library.
Go to http://www.bibsoc.org.uk/news/councils-choice.

 

Council's Choice for April 2022

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

Nineteenth-century British and Irish publishers bindings

The Bibliographical Society is pleased to announce a new addition to its 'Work-in-pr0gress' pages. Ed King has created a web resource illustrating many examples of decorative publishers' bindings of the nineteenth century.

For more information, go to Nineteenth-century British and Irish Publishers' Bindings.

Winter (virtual visit)

At the end of March we will be travelling (virtually) to Tokyo to see some of the rare books and special collections of Keio University Library.  Our hosts will be Professor Satoko Tokunaga (the Society’s Hon.

Council's Choice for March 2022

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

Council's Choice for February 2022

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

Council's Choice for January 2022

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

December lecture by Zoom only

Monday, December 13, 2021 - 17:30

ELIZABETH SAVAGE: German Renaissance woodcuts at the British Museum

Council's Choice for December

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

A new series initiated by Margaret Ford, Past President.

The choice for December 2021 is offered by Council member Daryl Green who offers a Christmas Special:
12 Days of Bibliographical Video Delights

Council's choice for September

A monthly series of bibliography- or book-related links recommended by members of the Society’s Council.

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