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HAB: Female aristocrats' libraries
08.06.2007 at 09:52:28
 
I received the folloing via H-HRE:
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It was not just men but also women from the high
aristocracy who collected books in the Early
Modern Period. We are currently trying to survey
the state of research on the topic of "Libraries
and book collections belonging to princesses and
women from the upper aristocracy (1550-1750)". We
would like to ask colleagues, particularly from
the areas of history, literary studies and art
history, to inform us of any recently completed
or current projects on this important facet of
book and library history.

We thank you all in advance for any information
you can give us.

Please contact directly:

gleixner@hab.de
PD Dr. Ulrike Gleixner
Leiterin, Abt. Forschungsplanung und Forschungsprojekte
Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
Herzog August Bibliothek
Postfach 1364
D-38299 Wolfenbüttel
Germany
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