The third volume in the series Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Book Culture has been reviewed many times in well-known and widely read journals. The latest review by John J. Contreni was recently published on the online platform The Medieval Journal. The full article can be found here.
“The essays and abundant images in this slim, handsome volume add additional evidence uncovering how classical learning became Europeanized and a constituent part of the amalgam that made up Western European culture until the nineteenth century. (…) Manuscripts of the Latin Classics 800-1200 joins its predecessors as a worthy companion in the Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Book Culture series. (…) Each of the essays has something new and thought-provoking to say about book culture from its particular perspective.” – John J. Contreni, Purdue University (emeritus).