La encuadernación del impreso antiguo en México: reflexiones sobre un problema de conocimiento patrimonial Bookbinding of antique prints in Mexico: reflections on a problem of knowledge in cultural heritage
Full Text Available La encuadernación es uno de los elementos históricos distintivos que favorecen la valoración cultural del libro antiguo como objeto patrimonial. El análisis de la encuadernación como un problema de conocimiento es una tarea pendiente en el terreno histórico mexicano. Ciertamente existen trabajos anteriores que muestran su valor cultural, pero son iniciativas inconclusas que han posibilitando la destrucción de numerosas encuadernaciones históricas por lo cual el mensaje del pasado queda mutilado. Este trabajo analiza las tendencias del estudio de la encuadernación en México y define su importancia como elemento patrimonial.Bookbinding is one of the distinctive historical elements which support cultural value of rare books as patrimonial objects. Analysis of bookbinding as a knowledge problem is a pending task in Mexican history, although there certainly are previous papers which show its cultural value. However those incomplete initiatives have allowed the destruction of many important bookbindings, a fact equivalent with the mutilation of the message from the past. Today’s tendencies on bookbinding study in Mexico are analyzed and its importance as a patrimonial element is defined.
Full Text Available Four of these prints: two Dalmatin’s Bibles, Dalmatin’s Lepe karszhanske molitve and Trubar’s Hishna postilla have leather stiff board decorative renaissance bindings while Bohorič’s Arcticae horulae succisivae has a stiff board vellum binding.A short overview of the European renaissance bookbindnig characteristics and decorative motives development is presented in the first part, followed by the codicological census. The second part of the research consists of decorative tools and motives clasiffication and an individual motive analysis. An overview of the decorative motives on four decorative reformation bindings in the context of the European reformation book decoration styles with special emphasis on the Wittemberg reformation book decoration style is given in the final analysis.
张志勇; 何东健; 肖军利; 王顺
Larsen, Poul Steen
the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library, Helge Ernst, illustrator, Poul Kristensen, printer, Ole Olsen, bookbinder, exhibition catalog......the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library, Helge Ernst, illustrator, Poul Kristensen, printer, Ole Olsen, bookbinder, exhibition catalog...
End of life - pain management; Hospice - pain management ... or if you have side effects from your pain treatments. ... Bookbinder M, McHugh ME. Symptom management in palliative care and ... Medicine . 1st ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2008:chap ...
Köitekunstinäitus "Bound for Success" Oxfordi ülikooli Bodleiani raamatukogus 12. juunist 1. augustini. Näituse korraldas koostöös raamatukoguga köitekunstnike ühendus Designer Bookbinders. Näitusele valitud 117 tööst kümme (autorid loetletud) on Eestist
RAJESH, C; C Venkatesh
Leather is a durable and flexible material created by the tanning of animal rawhide and skin, often cattle hide. It can be produced through manufacturing processes ranging from cottage industry to heavy industry. Leather is used for various purposes including clothing, bookbinding, and leather wallpaper and as a furniture covering. It is produced in a wide variety of types and styles and is decorated by a wide range of technique. This paper deals with pattern of land degradati...
Kawai, Jun; Hayashizaki, Yoshihide
We propose herein a new method of DNA distribution, whereby DNA clones or PCR products are printed directly onto the pages of books and delivered to users along with relevant scientific information. DNA sheets, comprising water-soluble paper onto which DNA is spotted, can be bound into books. Readers can easily extract the DNA fragments from DNA sheets and amplify them using PCR. We show that DNA sheets can withstand various conditions that may be experienced during bookbinding and deli...
Olomouc : Statutární město Olomouc, 2007 - (Kubešová, I.), s. 78-93 ISBN 978-80-254-0894-0. [Památky, řemesla a lidová kultura. Olomouc (CZ), 06.09.2007-08.09.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA408/03/0059 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z80330511 Keywords : Olomouc bookbinders and copper-engravers * emblems * copper-engraver Jan Antonín Freindt (1703-1779) * Dub nad Moravou-pilgrimage church of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage
Laming, J. Martin; Adams, J.; Alexander, D; Aschwanden, M; Bailey, C.; Bandler, S.; Bookbinder, J.; Bradshaw, S; N. Brickhouse; Chervenak, J.; Christe, S.; Cirtain, J.; Cranmer, S.; Deiker, S.; DeLuca, E.
We present the science case for a broadband X-ray imager with high-resolution spectroscopy, including simulations of X-ray spectral diagnostics of both active regions and solar flares. This is part of a trilogy of white papers discussing science, instrument (Bandler et al. 2010), and missions (Bookbinder et al. 2010) to exploit major advances recently made in transition-edge sensor (TES) detector technology that enable resolution better than 2 eV in an array that can handle high count rates. ...
A woman in the early 1700s who became one of Europe's leading interpreters of mathematics and a poor bookbinder who became one of the giants of nineteenth-century science are just two of the pioneers whose stories NOVA explored in Einstein's Big Idea. This two-hour documentary premiered on PBS in October 2005 and is based on the best-selling book by David Bodanis, E=mc2: A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation. The film and book chronicle the scientific challenges and discoveries leading up to Einstein's startling conclusion that mass and energy are one, related by the formula E = mc2
Cottrell, Randall R; Cooper, Hanna
A career in health education or health promotion (HE/HP) can be developed in many ways. In past editions of this department, career development has been discussed in relation to distance (Balonna, 2001), consulting (Bookbinder, 2001), certifications (Hayden, 2005), graduate school (Cottrell & Hayden, 2007), and many other topics. This article looks at a less traditional means of career development-entrepreneurship. Health education is a field ripe with opportunities for consulting and for selling health-related products and services. Entrepreneurship can not only create financial rewards but can also provide high visibility and networking contacts that can advance one's career. This article combines both theory and practical applications to assist readers in developing entrepreneurial activities. The authors are experienced in entrepreneurial development and use that expertise to provide relevant examples and develop a framework using "five cardinal rules" for establishing an entrepreneurial enterprise in HE/HP. PMID:19574585
Executive Summary A woman in the early 1700s who became one of Europe’s leading interpreters of mathematics and a poor bookbinder who became one of the giants of nineteenth-century science are just two of the pioneers whose stories NOVA explored in Einstein’s Big Idea. This two-hour documentary premiered on PBS in October 2005 and is based on the best-selling book by David Bodanis, E=mc2: A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation. The film and book chronicle the scientific challenges and discoveries leading up to Einstein’s startling conclusion that mass and energy are one, related by the formula E = mc2.
Full Text Available A main mutual characteristic of decorative arts of Islamic states is the general resemblence of motifs which form the patterns and used in decorations. This view is strengthened by the implication of those motifs which are performed in different sizes and on different materials from arcitechture to textile, from manuscripts to wood decoration from small handcraft to common tools in the general frame of Turkish-Islamic culture. It is known that with taking over their artistic traditions from Timurs,Karakoyunlu and Akkoyunlu, Turkomen have great contributions to the development of book arts (bookbinding, ornemantation, miniature. By their artists, Turkomen dynasties contributed this development by carrying their styles of bookwork and also architecture to Iran and Anatolia where they had spread. The resemblence in the rockworks of the period's architecture in Diyarbakır, which was once a capital of Akkoyunlu, and the ornoments on the book covers is in a remarkable characteristic. Apart from mutual perception seen in decorative arts in general sense those resemblences are the same in designing, not in motifs base. The performing of the cover designings which are commonly seen şemseli salbeki on ornemantations of Safa Parlı mosque's niche, pulpit and minarets points out that book ornamentation designings can be a source to architectural ornemantations.
Work at SAO was performed under the overall direction of Dr. Harvey Tananbaum, the Principal Investigator for the program. Dr. Jay Bookbinder was responsible for day to day program coordination at SAO and liaison with GSFC. Dr. Nicholas E. White served as GSFC Technical Officer for the Grant. The effort was directed at formulating the general characteristics and scientific requirements of the contemplated mission. While funding and therefore effort was limited, nonetheless SAO was involved in a broad range of activities. These activities were defined by our SAO proposal to GSFC that were subsequently accepted and funded by this Grant. The main activities were: Support of mission studies. Support the development of science requirements. and Performance of selected engineering studies and trades. During this period, an integrated GSFC/SAO management team began to form and work together. Jean F. Grady was appointed Project Formulation Manager at GSFC and assumed the overall management direction of the project including coordination of work performed under the grant.
Laming, J Martin; Alexander, D; Aschwanden, M; Bailey, C; Bandler, S; Bookbinder, J; Bradshaw, S; Brickhouse, N; Chervenak, J; Christe, S; Cirtain, J; Cranmer, S; Deiker, S; DeLuca, E; Del Zanna, G; Dennis, B; Doschek, G; Eckart, M; Fludra, A; Finkbeiner, F; Grigis, P; Harrison, R; Ji, L; Kankelborg, C; Kashyap, V; Kelly, D; Kelley, R; Kilbourne, C; Klimchuk, J; Ko, Y -K; Landi, E; Linton, M; Longcope, D; Lukin, V; Mariska, J; Martinez-Galarce, D; Mason, H; McKenzie, D; Osten, R; Peres, G; Pevtsov, A; Porter, K Phillips F S; Rabin, D; Rakowski, C; Raymond, J; Reale, F; Reeves, K; Sadleir, J; Savin, D; Schmelz, J; Smith, R K; Smith, S; Stern, R; Sylwester, J; Tripathi, D; Ugarte-Urra, I; Young, P; Warren, H; Wood, B
We present the science case for a broadband X-ray imager with high-resolution spectroscopy, including simulations of X-ray spectral diagnostics of both active regions and solar flares. This is part of a trilogy of white papers discussing science, instrument (Bandler et al. 2010), and missions (Bookbinder et al. 2010) to exploit major advances recently made in transition-edge sensor (TES) detector technology that enable resolution better than 2 eV in an array that can handle high count rates. Combined with a modest X-ray mirror, this instrument would combine arcsecondscale imaging with high-resolution spectra over a field of view sufficiently large for the study of active regions and flares, enabling a wide range of studies such as the detection of microheating in active regions, ion-resolved velocity flows, and the presence of non-thermal electrons in hot plasmas. It would also enable more direct comparisons between solar and stellar soft X-ray spectra, a waveband in which (unusually) we currently have much b...
Computer graphic desigh is widely used in our production and life. Its content covers a wide range, from the design of products' artistic form, packaging pattern, architectural modeling, bookbinding, fashion and process to advertising poster and movie poster. Of all these applications, the computer has become an irreplaceable design tool. Hence, Computer Graphic design becomes a ubiquitous course in the secondary vocational schools. It ’s essential for the secondary vocational school students to master the ability of modeling in order to design good works of high quality, good taste and a strong sense of the times.%平面设计广泛应用于生产和生活中，它所涵盖的内容非常广泛，从产品的艺术造型设计、包装图案设计、建筑造型、装潢设计、书籍装帧设计、服饰和工艺设计直至广告招贴、电影海报等等。在所有这些应用中，计算机已经成为一种不可替代的设计载体，因此，在中等职业学校的课程设置中，计算机平面设计课已经普及。让中职学生在有限的课堂学习时间里更好地设计出有质量、有品味、有时代感的作品，培养学生的造型能力极为重要，文章结合中职《计算机平面设计》教学谈谈如何有效培养学生的造型能力。
Vesna M. Grahovac-Pražić
Full Text Available In order to introduce future teachers to project teaching and raise awareness of its correlation with teaching practices, as well as link linguistic communication with artistic areas in accordance with NCC, the project “Let’s play Lapitch” was designed within the celebration of the centennial of the novel “The Brave Adventures of Lapitch” by Ivana Brlić Mažuranić. Students became acquainted with the literary-theoretical characteristics of the novel and independently performed a transformation of the narrative into the illustrated form. An intimate visual communication of the students with the literary text was based on the hard book cover, introducing them to the artistic discipline of bookbinding. The creative process included an interpretation of the literary text within the fi eld of a new medium – the artistic book required visual and narrative coherence, which created a strong link between the courses Children’s literature and Extracurricular art activities. The goal of the project was methodically designed to bring together the teachers, the students and the pupils with the aim of analyzing the reception of the novel and expanding their experience. The project intertwined different areas of studying the mother tongue (language, literature, language expression, but it also included a practical realization in the classroom, which is the main point of teacher education. Finally, the project was concluded by a joint public presentation of the works made by the students and the elementary school pupils at the Museum of Lika in Gospić, which enabled the evaluation of the project. Project “Let’s play Lapitch” confi rmed the independent research of the students and the pupils, the exchange of ideas and collaborative forms of work, and also encouraged cooperation between educational institutions in the city.
Prácticas y representaciones bibliotecarias en la Biblioteca Pública de Buenos Aires: Una lectura del libro de "Cargo y data" (1810-1818 Library practices and representations in the public library of Buenos Aires: a reading of the book of "Cargo y data" (1810-1818
Alejandro E. Parada
Full Text Available El artículo estudia, brevemente, las prácticas de gestión bibliotecaria en la Biblioteca Pública de Buenos Aires durante el período 1810-1818. El mismo se basa en un documento existente en el Archivo General de la Nación: el "Libro de cargo y data, o de cuenta corriente de los encargados de los gastos de la Biblioteca Pública formado por el Director de ella Dr. Dn. Luis José Chorroarín en el año 1812". Gracias a esta fuente es posible rastrear la administración y los diversos procesos que permitieron administrar a ese importante establecimiento, una de las primeras creaciones de política cultural de la Revolución de Mayo. De este modo, se abordan varios tópicos de particular interés: ingresos y gastos, personal, venta de ejemplares duplicados y deteriorados, encuadernación de obras, adquisición de libros, mantenimiento edilicio, etc. Entre otras conclusiones se señala la importancia de este tipo de documentos administrativos y burocráticos para conocer la variedad de las prácticas bibliotecarias dentro del marco de la Historia de la Bibliotecología en la Argentina.The article briefly studies the library management practices in the Public Library of Buenos Aires from 1810 to 1818. It is based on a document from the General Archive of the Nation: the "Libro de cargo y data, o de cuenta corriente de los encargados de los gastos de la Biblioteca Pública formado por el Director de ella Dr. Dn. Luis José Chorroarín en el año 1812". Thanks to that source it is possible to track the administration and the different processes that allowed to manage that important place, one of the first creations of cultural politics of the Revolution of May. Thus, several subjects of particular interest are seen here: incomes and expenditures; personnel; selling of duplicate or damaged material; bookbinding; book acquisition; building maintenance; etc. Among several conclusions, the relevance of this type of administrative and bureaucratic
Moore, John W.
In the United States, National Chemistry Week is November 7-13. (For more NCW information, go to http://www.acs.org/ncw/.) NCW's theme, celebrating polymers, is echoed in this issue (pages 1497-1501, 1512-1513, 1521-1540). Almost certainly there will be chemists in your area spending a great deal of their time on outreach activities for children and the general public during NCW. Chances are good that many Journal readers like you will be among them. And there are probably many more outreach programs that you or your acquaintances lead during the rest of the year. This month of NCW seems an appropriate time to reflect on the tremendous benefits that outreach programs provide. Early examples of outreach involved books, public lectures, and chemical demonstrations. In 1800 Count Rumford collaborated with influential Londoners to establish the Royal Institution as a means of providing lectures on science and technology to help working people to improve their lot. Humphry Davy, Michael Faraday, and many others continued the tradition. Faraday's own interest in science was sparked in part by Jane Marcet's book Conversations in Chemistry, whose friendly style made its contents accessible and fascinating to the young, highly intelligent bookbinder's apprentice. In the United States, Benjamin Silliman, first professor of chemistry at Yale, became widely known for his textbooks on geology and chemistry and for his ability as a popular lecturer. Silliman's lecture tours took him as far from New Haven as St. Louis and New Orleans. By the mid-1800s societies for the advancement of science and of chemistry were being set up in Europe. In 1876 American chemists who gathered at Priestley's grave in Northumberland, Pennsylvania, to commemorate the centennial of the discovery of oxygen saw the need for a permanent organization and founded the American Chemical Society. By the beginning of the 20th century these societies were supporting education and public awareness of science
geographically, but it it makes it possible to draw up a relatively clear picture of the bookkeepings written by the archiepiscopal administration and its evolution in this part of medieval Languedoc. The support is always paper and under examination (in particular the watermarks similarities with Italian examples are brought to light. Even if bookbindings sometimes cut the original format, depriving us of a lot of mentions or footnotes, documents are generally well preserved. The often carefully prepared layout reveals that they are technical documents without any splendor. It’s difficult to identify if they were working documents or copies examined by accounting auditors, because they are partially overloaded with notes from different hands which can make them really illegible.Die Buchungschrift der Landvögten der Erzbischöfe von Narbonne Bernard de Fargues (1311-1341und Gaubert du Val (1341-1347 -Die Zerstörung der Quasi-Ganzheit der erzbischöflichen Quellen in Narbonne macht die bewahrten originalen Fragmente wertvoller. Die Fonds der vatikanischen Geheimarchive haben fast eineinhalb Tausend Seitenzahlen geschützt, die in der praktischen Verwaltung der Lehnsherrshaft der Erzbischöfe von Narbonne zwischen 1334 und 1347 gewidmet sind. Die Quasi-Ganzheit stellt sich aus den Buchführungen zusammen, die von Landvögten aufgestellt sind. Diese Vertretern des Erzbischofs sind mit der örtlichen Verwaltung von Teil der Lehnsherrshaft belastet. Dieses Korpus ist sicher chronologisch und geographisch sehr lückenhaft. Es erlaubt aber, einen Bild der Ausübung der rechnungspflichtigen Schrift von der Verwaltung verhältnismäßig klar aufzustellen, und dann, eine Idee der Entwicklung dieser Ausübung im mittelalterlichen Languedoc. Die Analyse der Papieren und besonders der Filigranarbeiten, zeigt eine Ähnlichkeit mit den italienischen Situationen auf. Die Schriftstücke sind in gutem Erhaltungszustand; Verschiedene Archivierungen haben aber das ursprünglichen Format besch