Electronic bibliographical resources


‘The one-pull press and printing on half sheets’, Houghton Library Blog, 27 May 2016. [Link]


'The book trade in Canterbury in the eighteenth century', talk for the Canterbury Historical and Archaeological Society, 12 October 2016.
‘John Mower, vicar of Tenterden in the late fifteenth century: his will, his career and his library’, article accepted for publication in The Library (probably 2017).


Awarded the Folter Fellowship in the History of Bibliography for 2015/2016 by the Bibliographical Society of America.
New record display implemented for the online bibliography of editions of Juvenal to 1600 at http://juvenal.referata.com
`The Revd Robert Hunt of Reculver and Jamestown, Virginia', Canterbury Cathedral Archive and Library Newsletter, 55, October 2015, p. 3. [Link]
‘Canterbury Cathedral’s oldest printed item: Der Ackerman von Böhmen (1463)’, Picture This, Canterbury Cathedral Library and Archive, 1 January 2014. [Link]
‘One book, five printers: Shared printing in early sixteenth-century Paris (Franciscus Lichetus, Commentaria, Paris, 1520)’, Le Bulletin du bibliophile, 2013, no. 2, 267–288. [Download pre-print version]
'Binding fragment discoveries in Canterbury Cathedral Archives', Cathedral Libraries and Archives Association Newsletter, Winter 2013, 5–6. [Download PDF]
'The re-establishment of Canterbury Cathedral Library in the early seventeenth century'. Wednesday 25 March 2015, Howley-Harrison Library (Canterbury Cathedral) Organised by the Friends of MEMS (Medieval and Early Modern Studies), University of Kent. 
(with Prof. Kenneth Fincham), 'A monument of books: Dean John Boys's Workes (1622) and his tomb in Canterbury Cathedral'.
Church Monuments Society, Canterbury, 7 September 2014.
'Revived, kidnapped, rescued, and rebuilt: Canterbury Cathedral Library in the seventeenth century'.
Beinecke Library, Yale, 18 June 2013. [More...]
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