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The Children’s Educator: A Children’s Magazine (or “Publishing Platypus?”) from the Twilight of Imperial China

Even though there had been a long history in China of compiling primers for pupils, it was not until the end of the nineteenth century that, under a heavy Western influence, Chinese intellectuals began in earnest to publish magazines and …

The Children’s Educator: A Children’s Magazine (or “Publishing Platypus?”) from the Twilight of Imperial China

Even though there had been a long history in China of compiling primers for pupils, it was not until the end of the nineteenth century that, under a heavy Western influence, Chinese intellectuals began in earnest to publish magazines and …

Readers respond to a war of 18th century editions: the case of Anti-Machiavel

The publishing history of Anti-Machiavel is admirably told by Kees van Strien in his Voltaire in Holland 1736-1745 (Louvain: Editions Peters, 2011) p. 103-134, 391-440.

Looking at the West: Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley!

In the history of the theater there are no productions so nearly incredible as the panoramas of the Mississippi. Five times within the 1840’s the Father of Waters sat—or kept rolling along—for his portrait.

Mellon Grant Awarded to Explore “The Archaeology of Reading”

  The Johns Hopkins University’s Sheridan Libraries*, in partnership with University College London’s Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL), and the Princeton University Library, have been awarded a $488,000 grant from the Andrew W.

Looking at the West: Monumental Grandeur of the Mississippi Valley!

In the history of the theater there are no productions so nearly incredible as the panoramas of the Mississippi. Five times within the 1840’s the Father of Waters sat—or kept rolling along—for his portrait.

15th century bookmark with column indicator

Although this incunable was rebound in 1945, a remnant of the original 15th century binding was laid in — a bookmark with a rotating column-indicator.

Packaging Picture Books

Into every curator’s day some drudgery must fall and for the forseeable future, it’s going to be evaluating duplicates–which is actually more fun than it sounds. Being an omnivorous kind of collector, Mr.

Packaging Picture Books

Into every curator’s day some drudgery must fall and for the forseeable future, it’s going to be evaluating duplicates–which is actually more fun than it sounds. Being an omnivorous kind of collector, Mr.

Princeton University Records Management Launches New Website

Princeton University Records Management has a new look (and a new online address)! The new records management website replaces the records management guidelines website created in 2007.

Princeton University Records Management Launches New Website

Princeton University Records Management has a new look (and a new online address)! The new records management website replaces the records management guidelines website created in 2007.

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Princeton University Records Management Launches New Website

Princeton University Records Management has a new look (and a new online address)! The new records management website replaces the records management guidelines website created in 2007.

Publication of Conference Papers on Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts at Princeton

On October 25-26, 2013, a well-attended international conference at Princeton, organized by the Index of Christian Art with grant support from the Council of the Humanities, presented papers on medieval and Renaissance manuscripts.

Meet Mudd’s Jarrett M. Drake

Name/Title: Jarrett M.

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