‘Politics and Print in the Early Modern Period: Hebrew Books and the Christian Imagination’
Time, date and Venue: Tuesday, 18 October, 2016 at 6.15pm at Marsh’s Library, St Patrick’s Close, Dublin 8
This round table session brings together experts on Jews and Christians in the Early Modern Period to examine how the Christian world engaged with Hebrew books. Issues around the subjects of printers, censors and readers will be addressed.
Andrea Schatz, Reader in Jewish Studies, King’s College London: ‘Translating Jewish History: The Early Modern Yosippon among Jews and Christians’.
Joanna Weinberg, Professor of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford: ‘The Early Modern Jewish Library and its Christian Borrowers’.
Graeme Murdock, Associate Professor in European History, Trinity College Dublin: ‘Magyar Judah’: Developing a Language of Early Modern Protestant Culture’.
Piet van Boxel: Formerly Hebraica and Judaica Curator, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford: ‘The Roman Index Expurgatorius in 16th Century Italy: A Counterproductive Tool against Heretics and Jews’.
This event is hosted by Marsh’s Library in conjunction with the project on Manuscript, Book and Print Cultures, Trinity Long Room HUB. It is co-sponsored by the Herzog Centre (School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies), Trinity College Dublin.
For more information, please contact: Dr Zuleika Rodgers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about the project on Manuscript, Book and Print Cultures, see: https://www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub/themes/manuscript-book-print-cultures/