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Hayyim Nachman Bialik’s Gemara

Musings of a Jewish Bookseller has acquired what may be a Gemara volume that was used by Hayyim Nachman Bialik. Read about it here.

Fixing Old Bibles

The New York Times has a nice article about a book doctor. There are some interesting comments about the differences between “family Bibles” and “study Bibles.” The Bibles that Ms. McKay repairs can be the well-loved regular Bibles of regular churchgoers, marked up on a near-daily basis. Or they can be more than a century […]

Vatican and Oxford Libraries to Digitize MSS and Books for Posting Online

Great news: (hat tip) The Oxford University and Vatican libraries are to jointly digitise 1.5m pages of ancient texts and make them available free online. The libraries said the digitised collections will centre on three subject areas: Greek manuscripts, 15th-century printed books and Hebrew manuscripts and early printed books.

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book is Online

The National Library of Israel has made the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 available online. Fantastic news.

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book On the Move

From the National Library of Israel’s Facebook page: The National Library of Israel is pleased to announce it has purchased the distribution rights to the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 from CDI Systems, which distributed the database in recent years. The existing data is currently being converted to the Library system. Access will be […]

The Jewish Book: Past, Present, and Future

The Jewish Book: Past, Present, Future The Lillian Goldman Symposium Sunday, April 3, 1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m. at the Center for Jewish History What makes a Jewish book? Who are the People of the Book? How have Jewish books changed with changes in technology? The “history of the book” is a lively field of historical scholarship […]

Musaf Shabbat-03.25.2011

From the most recent Musaf Shabbat (Hebrew) of Makor Rishon: 1. A nice article about the plans for the National Library of Israel. Also see this article from the Jpost. 2. An article by Dr. Harel Gordon on Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. Dr. Gordon wrote his dissertation on Rav Moshe’s halakhic methodology.

Quntres 2:1

A new volume of Quntres: An Online Journal for the History, Culture, and Art of the Jewish Book is available here. Here are its contents. Often Overlooked: Examples of Front-matter in Early Hebrew Books Marvin J. Heller Sibling Rivalry: Simultaneous Editions of Hebrew Books Marvin J. Heller In Search of the Editio Princeps of the […]

A.M. Haberman’s Collected Writings

Mercaz Zalman Shazar has published a collection of A.M. Haberman’s writings, edited by Avigdor Shinan. I haven’t been able to find any information about the contents of the book.

Bibliographers Looking for Work

According to this article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, (hat tip) bibliographers are not in such high-demand these days in institutions of higher education and academia. Lovers of the Hebrew manuscript and book should be grateful that frameworks such as the Institute of Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts and the Hebrew Palaeography Project exist. May their […]

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