Print Culture in 16th-century Europe (3-7 July 2017)

This summer school offers a thorough introduction into the world of the book in the 16th century, by expert speakers explaining how books were printed, published, distributed and read in those fascinating times.

Learn more about specific areas of publishing, such as bibles, literary fiction, or humanist text editions  and be part of an intellectual adventure in an exquisite ‘bookish’ environment, including the world-renowned Plantin-Moretus Museum.

Organization: Faculty of Arts, University Library and Ruusbroec Institute Library
Partners: Plantin-Moretus Museum and Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library

  


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Pierre Delsaerdt Stadscampus D-319
Prinsstraat 13
BE-2000 Antwerp
Pierre.Delsaerdt@uantwerpen.be