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Council's choice for April

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 March

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 February

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.

Virtual Winter Visit: Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Virtual Winter Visit: Wednesday, 24 February 2021
Following a very successful virtual summer visit in 2020, we are pleased to have organised a virtual winter visit to Mexico. Our visit will take in three libraries and their collections:

Council's choice for January

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 January choice for 2021 is by Past President, Henry Woudhuysen.

Nominations for the Society's Gold Medal

The Bibliographical Society intends to make an award of its Gold Medal in 2021. Nominations of suitable recipients are invited.

For further information, see http://www.bibsoc.org.uk/content/gold-medallists.

Recordings of lectures

The Bibliographical Society is now able to offer recordings of its lectures (with permission of the lecturer).

The following lectures for the 2020/2021 season are now available:

Virtual edition of The Library on Venetian printing

The next virtual edition of The Library offers 13 articles on Venetian printing, selected with an editorial introduction by guest editor Professor Cristina Dondi (Lincoln College, Oxford). The articles were published in The Library between 1890 and 2016.

The articles will remain freely available for three months, but the editorial permanently. 

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.

Euclid in print, 1482–1703

The Society is pleased to announce the publication of a new electronic publication:
 

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