II Congreso Internacional las Edades del Libro.Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Del 13 al 17 de octubre de 2014

The Ages of the Book International Conference, organized by the Instituto de
Investigaciones Bibliográficas de la Universidad National Autónoma de México
(UNAM), the National Library and the National Newspaper Library, takes place every
two years. The aim of the conference is to bring together specialists from diverse fields
of study, such as written and printed culture, visual design and communication, editing
and the publishing industry, history, literature and new technologies, for discussion of
academic, scientific, technical and economic issues that will advance our knowledge on
the written word throughout history. The conference will explore the wide range of
traditions and innovations surrounding the composition of texts manifest in distinct
periods and in different regions of the world, from the early production of codices
through to present day electronic books.
The organizing committee invites abstract submissions on subjects such as
epigraphy, calligraphy and paleography, editorial design, typography, printing
processes, ecdotics, textual and graphic editing, electronic publishing and technology
applied to editing. Additional topics for consideration are transmission of texts, textual
and visual disposition, page design, typography and illustrations in books, text-image
relationships, ornamentation, initialing, reading styles and methods, use and
management of color in the transmission of texts, usability, design and navigation for
screen, e-book interface design and visual ergonomics. The main thematic areas are the
manuscript, printed and electronic book.

All full papers submissions must be received by March 14th 2014, and will be
reviewed by an international committee. Authors will be notified of the results May 6th


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