Le métier de bibliothécaire au XVIIIe siècle : Angelo Maria Bandini à Florence (1726-1803)

Abstract : For over half a century, Angelo Maria Bandini (1726-1803) was librarian of the Laurentian and Marucelliana libraries in Florence. His career attests the transformations of librarianship in the eighteenth century, under the institutional and cultural reforms implemented by the grand dukes of Habsbourg-Lorraine.These new public libraries, such as the Marucelliana, are perfect illustrations of a policy which emphasized public utility and cultural modernization; librarianship is founded on cataloguing and the material and cultural management of purchasing policies. However these transformations are not linear: at the Laurentian library, which is admired by visitors from all over Europe, Bandini, through his monumental catalog of manuscripts and with his correspondence, continued to maintain a library exclusively reserved for the erudites.
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Emmanuelle Chapron. Le métier de bibliothécaire au XVIIIe siècle : Angelo Maria Bandini à Florence (1726-1803) . Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, Societe D'histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, 2004, 51 (2), pp.58-87. ⟨10.3917/rhmc.512.0058⟩. ⟨halshs-01448030⟩

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