Book and Library History in Croatian Cultural Territory
Code: 144799
ECTS: 4.0
Lecturers in charge: doc. dr. sc. Lucija Krešić Nacevski
Lecturers: doc. dr. sc. Lucija Krešić Nacevski - Seminar
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Lectures 15
Seminar 15
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Description:
The subject goals are to introduce students with manuscript books, and the process of making it; than to introduce them with the making of printed books. Consequently, library development in Croatian territory will be discussed. There are no conditions for joining the subject. The subject contributes at every study level.


1. Introduction. Book history - development and status of the discipline. Ancient cultures and books (Greece, Rome and Egypt). Papyrus.
2. Codicology, paleography, epigraphy. Illumination. Writting supports, bookbinding, parchment and its preparation.
3. The oldest books: Euangeliarium Spalatense and Passionale MR 164.
4. Medieval scriptoria. Europe's scriptoria. Dalmatian's scriptoria and its litteral heritage.
5. Metropolitana library in Zagreb and its oldest Latin manuscripts.
6. Three-script and three-language Croatian medieval heritage. Glagolitic script. Oldest Glagolitic manuscripts.
7. Gutenbergs printing machine and paper production.
8. Latin incunabula.
9. Aldo Manuzio and his books. Printing in Venice. Croatian Latinists in Italian and Venetian printing offices.
10. National and University Library in Zagreb: history, development and mission.
11. European printing development. The most significant printing offices and Croatian Latinists. Croatici auctores qui Latine scripserunt in European libraries.
12. Croatian printing development. The main and first printing offices in Zagreb, Rijeka, Karlovac, Dubrovnik, Varaždin, Osijek and Zadar.
13. Library history and bookselling history in Croatia. Bibliographies, encyclopaedias and lexicones as a sources of information (it's development in Croatia).
14. The most significant European libraries. The most significant libraries in Europe.
15. Libraries in 21st century. Subject conclusion and preparing for exam.

Regular attendence and active participation in discussion, oral presentation and oral exam.
Literature:
  1. Frederick G. Kilgour: The Evolution of the Book. New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.
    L.D. Reynolds, N.G. Wilson: Scribes and Scholars. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991.
    David Finkelstein, Alistair McCleery: An Introduction to Book History. New York, London: Routledge, 2005.
    Nicole Howard: The Book: the Life Story of a Technology. Westport, London: Greenwood Press, 2005.
    Lionel Casson: Libraries in the Ancient World. New Haven, London: Yale University Press, 2001.
    Radoslav Katičić: Litterarum studia. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 1998.
    Eduard Hercigonja: Tropismena i trojezična kultura hrvatskoga srednjovjekovlja. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 2006.
    Stjepan Damjanović: Slovo iskona. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 2004.
    Alfred Hessel: Povijest knjižnica. Zagreb: Hrvatsko bibliografsko društvo, 1977.
    Sven Dahl: Povijest knjige. Zagreb: Hrvatsko bibliotekarsko društvo, 1979.
    Aleksandar Stipčević: Socijalna povijest knjige u Hrvata. Knjiga I, II, III. Zagreb: Školska knjiga, 2004-2008.
    Aleksandar Stipčević: Povijest knjige. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 2006.
    Odabrani materijali, članci, rasprave / Selected papers.
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