Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Journal of the History of Collections

Books Received
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Corrigendum
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Antiquarianism and self-fashioning in a group of bookbindings for Gian Vincenzo Pinelli
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Joseph Porter’s ‘Treasury of Antiquities and Curiosities’ in Boston, Lincolnshire: the collection as described by Nathaniel, Sophia, and Julian Hawthorne, 1857
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The periodization and typology of the history of collecting as a methodological approach to collecting in the Russian Empire
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‘Scarcely more than a Christian trophy case’? The global collections of the London Missionary Society museum (1814–1910)
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A dealer collects: reconstructing Charles Stewart Carstairs’s private art collection
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Rothschilds, rubies and rogues: the ‘Renaissance’ jewels of Waddesdon Manor
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A sculptural gift and the history of the Earth Sir Francis Chantrey, William Buckland, and the geological milieu
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The art collection of Alfred Pringsheim (1850–1941)
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A Rothschild Renaissance: Treasures from the Waddesdon Bequest
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William Courten’s lists of ‘Things Bought’ from the late seventeenth century
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Le ‘Magnificenze’ di Agostino Chigi. Collezioni e Passioni Antiquarie nella Villa Farnesina
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Giorgio Vasari and the Birth of the Museum
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Ancient vases from the Mastrilli collection in Russia
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Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

The Great Pox and the Surgeon’s Role in the Sixteenth Century
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Translating Learned Surgery 1
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The Oculist’s Eye: Connections between Cataract Couching, Anatomy, and Visual Theory in the Renaissance
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When Universities First Encountered Surgery
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Nature or Artifice? Grafting in Early Modern Surgery and Agronomy
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