8 October 2012: masterclass:
Susan Rennie, 'The Boswell dictionary of Scots words'
9-13 July, 2012 Summer School: Bibliography and the study of paper
18 May, 2012 : talk by Balliol-Bodleian Scholar, Katie Longo, on researching the Gilbert Murray Archive in preparation for the 2014 exhibition commemorating WWI
16 May, 2012: Masterclass: David Butterfield, on the editing and reading of Lucretius, at the conference, The early modern Lucretius, organized by the Centre for Early Modern Studies
22-24 March, 2012: Conference: How the secularization of religious houses transformed the libraries of Europe, 16th-19th centuries
2012 Hilary Term Seminar on the History of the Book (All Souls College)
2012 McKenzie Lecture, 9 February: John B. Thompson, 'Merchants of culture'
18 January 2012, Walter Harding, Ragtime to Riches: a celebration of the Harding Collection at the Bodleian Library
15 September, 2011: The Selden Map of China: colloquium
9 June 2011: The Place of Bindings in Book History and Bibliography
Authorship, memory, and manuscripts: Political papers masterclasses, Hilary Term, 2011
2 March 2011: Professor Paul Eggert (University of New South Wales) delivered the Annual D.F. McKenzie Lecture
1 March, 2011: Professor Peter Scott (University of Reading) delivered the first Douglas Byrne Marconi Lecture, Radio Manufacturing in the Interwar Years
[LINK for podcast of the lecture and an interview of Professor Scott by Jim Bennett, curator of the Oxford Museum of the History of Science]
Hilary Term 2011: Seminar on the History of the Book, 1450-1830. See Programme of 2011 series
Electronic Enlightenment colloquium 2010 — Enlightenment correspondence: letter-writing and reading in the 18th century
Michaelmas Term, 2010: Literary Manuscripts Masterclasses at the Bodleian Library
Michaelmas Term, 2010: Medieval Paleography Masterclasses at the Bodleian Library
3 Sept. 2010, Symposium: The Gathered Text
And hear a podcast of the convenor, Rebecca Bullard, introducing the symposium.
2 Sept. 2010, Masterclass: using the McLeod collator
Conservation Reports: Selden map of Chinese trade routes
25 May 2010, CSB Special Lecture: Jacob Soll (Rutgers University), 'Enlightenment libraries and the quest for universal knowledge reconsidered'
The Lyell lectures, 2010: Ian Maclean (All Souls College), 'The business of scholarship: the trade in Latin books in the age of confessions, 1560-1630'
10 May 2010, CSB/CEMS Roundtable: Early modern literary mss. resources
8 May 2010, Symposium: Provenance
Conservation Reports: Jane Austen manuscript
1 April 2010, CSB Special Lecture: Peter Stallybrass (University of Pennsylvania), 'What is a book? Shakespeare unbound, and bound'
10 March 2010, 15th McKenzie Lecture: Henry Woudhuysen (University of London), 'A.W. Pollard (1859-1944): Friends and Fine Printing'
4 Feb. 2010, Oxford University Society of Bibliophiles and CSB Lecture, Henry Woudhuysen and Michael Suarez: The Oxford Companion to the Book: Research and Collecting
Hilary Term, 2010, Seminar on History of the Book (All Souls College)
14 Nov. 2009, Symposium: Taking Sides: the printed broadside, 1450-1850
13 Nov. 2009, Curators' Roundtable on broadsides resources online
6 Nov. 2009, CSB Special Lecture: Peter Koch (CODEX Foundation, Berkeley, California), 'The book as a work of art'.
Report of the CSB in 2008-9
14 May 2009, CSB Special Lecture: Kasper van Ommen (Scaliger Institute, University of Leiden), 'Joseph Justus Scaliger (1540-1609)'
9 June, 2009. The Vernon Manuscript Symposium
The Lyell Lectures, 2009. Christopher de Hamel on medieval and renaissance manuscript fragments in bindings.
27 Apr. 2009, Anselm Day: a discussion with five manuscripts
20 Mar. 2009, Gough Day: A celebration of the life and collections of Richard Gough
20 Nov. 2008, Symposium: Collectors and Collections: music/books/prints/antiquities
17 & 19 Nov. 2008, CSB Special Lectures: Bill Stoneman (Houghton Library, Harvard University) "Private Collectors and Public Libraries:
- One Hundred Years after the Burlington Fine Arts Club Exhibition of Illuminated Medieval Manuscripts - Fifty Years after the First of the Dyson Perrins Sales of Medieval Manuscripts"
29 Feb. - 1 March 2008, Symposium: The sixteenth century book: European perspectives
Report of the CSB in 2007-8
13 May 2008, Occasional Lecture: Italian Academies 1530-1700 Project, British Library and Royal Holloway
The Lyell Lectures, 2008: Kristian Jensen on collecting incunables during the French Revolution
7 March 2008, Workshop, jointly held by the CSB and
the British Printed Images to 1700 Project, at Birkbeck College
Conservation Reports: MS. Digby 98, Restoration of a medieval manuscript volume
27 November 2007, Curators' Roundtable on Islamic manuscripts catalogues online
13 June 2007, Curators' Roundtable on medieval manuscripts resources online
12 June 2007, Symposium: Psalms and the psalter
8 May 2007, CSB Special Lecture: Bettina Wagner (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München), 'From print to database: online access to Munich incunables'