Coptic bookbinding reference site: http://ekthesis.blogspot.com/search/label/Coptic%20Bindings and a site showing how to stitch a Coptic binding: http://www.doe.state.in.us/olr/grantprojects/books/Coptic%20Book.htm
The Bookarts Web's tutorials page (not on the Net anymore; I retrieved it using the Wayback Machine at www.archive.org): http://web.archive.org/web/20060919164435/http://www.philobiblon.com/tutorials.htm
The Bookarts Web: http://www.philobiblon.com/ (Note: its e-zine, The Bone Folder, is online here)
Some bookmaking tutorial links: http://www.tjbookarts.com/otherlinks.htm
The Altered Books website: http://www.altered-book.com/
You-Tube Video of How to Sew a Coptic Book: http://youtube.com/watch?v=nHAJyzzb4EE (part1) and http://youtube.com/watch?v=MTU6eIH7tAE&feature=related (part 2) (Also, if you search "bookbinding" on YouTube, there are a number of videos...)
|A PowerPoint Presentation
of some of our work
My friend Susanna's wonderful Quietfire bookbinding supplies webpage (some of the best prices on the web and excellent service): http://www.quietfiredesign.com/byhandproductswaxedlinen.html
Websites Discussed in the Class
DeHamel (sorry this was so pale, I'll try to re-scan it)
Melissa McCormick, "Genji goes West":
Bede's Life of St. Cuthbert from
Fordham University ORB:
Les Tres Riches Heures of Jean Duc de Berry: http://humanities.uchicago.edu/images/heures/heures.html images of the months
See more images and the Millard Meiss commentary at http://www.christusrex.org/www2/berry/berry1.html
The Gutenberg Project at Keio University (Japan): great images of the Bible in very high-resolution scans. http://www.humi.keio.ac.jp/treasures/incunabula/B42-web/b42/html/index01.html
Keio's HUMI project for early printed books: http://www.humi.keio.ac.jp/en/index.html
And one of my ancestors blows it, big time: http://www.psymon.com/koster/
Samuel Edgerton, "The Renaissance Development of the Scientific Illustration"
Enter the Blake Archive at the U of Virginia
Here is the Anne Higonnet article for week 9
Here is the Johanna Drucker article for week 11.
The Janet Zweig (note spelling) article is available online through the library databases ArtIndex and Academic Search Premier. The info is Janet Zweig, "Artists, Books, Zines," Afterimage 26.1 (1998): 4-5. If the hyperlink doesn't work, you'll have to go in yourself and follow all the links to pull up the full-text citation.