Bibliotheca Digitalis. Reconstitution of Early Modern Cultural Networks. From Primary Source to Data.
DARIAH / Biblissima Summer School
3rd day, July 6th – Establishing Bibliographic Data
|9:00 – 09:05||Introduction|
|9:05 – 10:25||Overview of Primary sources of Bibliographic Data – Rémi Jimenes|
|10:25 – 10:35||Coffee break|
|10:35 – 12:00||Bibliographic data – Definition, Structure and Problems (XVIth-XVIIth Centuries) – Patrick Latour|
|12:00 – 13:30||Lunch at “La Villa”
Afternoon, “Patrimoine” room
|13:30 – 14:50||Managing bibliographic data – Part 1/2
– Presentation of the Primary sources
– Establishing catalogue metadata, treatment of provenances and ownership, identification of exemplars, mapping to online bibliographic reference databases (ISTC, CERL, etc.)
|14:50 – 15:00||Coffee break|
|15:00 – 16:30||Managing bibliographic data – Part 2/2
– Outcome discussion and summary
|16:30 – 17:00||Break|
|17:00 – 18:30||Public Lecture [French]
La bibliothèque sous l’œil de l’archéologue
The Library viewed by an archaeologist’s eye
(Honorary Assistant-Professor, University of Tours, CESR)
|20:00||Dinner “Aux Cocottes Sarthoises” – 10 Place Saint-Pierre, 72 000 Le Mans|
|9:05 – 10:25||Overview of Primary sources of Bibliographic Data|
|Rémi Jimenes – Lecturer, University of Tours, CESR-BVH
Bibliographic data can be produced by different kind of people, responding to different purposes. An author can provide information about the origin of a quotation; a bookseller can offer the reader a catalogue of his supply; a printer handles the exact accounts of his stock; a librarian needs a file showing the precise location of a specific copy… From archives to printed books, we will try to give an overview of the different sources which can provide bibliographic data.
Rémi Jimenes is a lecturer at the University of Tours, France. He teaches palaeography and history of the book at the Centre d’études supérieures de la Renaissance. His main research interest is the history of typography in the XVIth century.
|10:35 – 12:00||Bibliographic data – Definition, Structure and Problems (XVIth-XVIIth Centuries)|
|Patrick Latour – Library curator, Bibliothèque Mazarine
Projet partenarial BHLi (2016) – Equipex Biblissima (ANR-11-EQPX-0007)
Humanities at Scale has received funding from the European’s Union Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program under Grant Agreement No 675570.