This invitation has been sent to us by our associated scholar Daniel Bellingradt (Erlangen):
The Institute for the Study of the Book at Erlangen University invites you to the following lectures on December 6 at 4.15pm:
Daniel Bellingradt: “Magical Manuscripts as forbidden, lucrative and rare trade goods in the early modern book trade: The German situation around 1700”
The talk will be based the forthcoming book by Daniel Bellingradt and Bernd-Christian Otto: Magical Manuscripts in Early Modern Europe: ‘Learned Magic’ in Eighteenth Century Germany (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke 2017, Series: ‘New Directions in Book History’).
Caren Reimann: “The Arabic and Arabic-Latin Gospels of the ‘Typographia Medicea’ at Rome (1584-1614)”
Caren Reimann is working on her dissertation within the context of the DFG Project “Die Typographia Medicea im Kontext: Text und Bild als Medien des Kultur- und Wissenstransfers zwischen europäischen und orientalischen Kulturräumen um 1600”.
The lectures will take place at the Kollegienhaus (Universitätsstr. 15, Erlangen, room 0.015). The event is free of charge; no registration is necessary.