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Pforzheimer Lecture: Sarah Werner, "Early Digital Facsimiles" - YouTube
Increasingly, libraries provide access to their special collections beyond the physical walls of reading rooms in the form of photographic facsimiles hosted online. There are clear benefits to this kind of expanded access, but digitization can never be perfectly neutral: photographs and scans can only ever serve as partial representations of physical objects, and decisions have to be made about what gets digitized in the first place. In her lecture, "Early Digital Facsimiles," Sarah Werner will discuss the rise of digitization and its impact on the study of early modern books. Werner, who previously served as Digital Media Strategist at the Folger Shakespeare Library, is the author of the forthcoming Studying Early Printed Books, 1450–1800: A Practical Guide.
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april 2018 by wynkenhimself
A hundred merry tales: the earliest English jest-book : Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-1913 : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
from the FB page via the tweet that recommended this: "William Carew Hazlitt's facsimile of the only complete surviving copy, which has been kept in the library of the University of Göttingen since 1767. This was probably the second edition, dated 22 November 1526. It was prepared for John Rastell by Peter Treveris, and is notable for its idiosyncratic selection of tales (later editions reverted to something more like the original hundred)."
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february 2018 by wynkenhimself
University of Texas Libraries / All Locations
photostats of subscription book title pages via Hannah
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february 2018 by wynkenhimself

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