ISSUES OF HUMANIST STUDIES & THE DIGITAL AGE
[MS. Laud. Misc. 156, Manuscripts and Early Printed Books, Bodleian Library, Oxford University]
Proceedings of the International Symposium, “Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture,” 3 April 2010.
Issue editors: Nathalie Hester, Massimo Lollini, and Leah Middlebrook
[Detail of Frances Yates’ reconstruction of Giordano Bruno’s memory wheel from De Umbris Idearum (1582), Warburg Institute]
Proceedings of the Symposium, “The mobile text. Studying literature in the digital age,” January 10, 2012.
Issue editors: Francesco Fiorentino and Domenico Fiormonte.
[Detail from Jean Clouet’s “Unknown Man Holding a Volume by Petrarch” (1530ca), University of California, San Diego]
Issue editors: Arthur Farley and Massimo Lollini
[Detail from Tables, etc., by William Norton of Coventry (1403), Bodleian Library, University of Oxford]
Issue editors: Jeff Staiger and Massimo Lollini
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Issue editors: Crystal Hall, Massimo Lollini and Massimo Riva