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Monographien

1992

A Bibliotheca Zriniana története és állománya = History and Stock of the Bibliotheca Zriniana. Írták és összeáll. Hausner Gábor, Klaniczay Tibor, Kovács Sándor Iván, Monok István, Orlovszky Géza. Szerk. Klaniczay Tibor. Budapest, 1991 [1992], Argumentum Kiadó, Zrínyi Kiadó. (Zrínyi Könyvtár 4.) 628 p.

1993

András Dudith's Library. A partial reconstruction. Compiled and with an introduction by József Jankovics, István Monok. Ed. by István Monok. Szeged, 1993, Scriptum. 207 p.

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Articles

2002

History of the National Library. In: Treasures of the Hungarian National Library. Ed. by István Monok. Budapest, 2002, Magyar Könyvklub. 5-10. p.

2003

A foreword of the strategic plans of the Natinal Széchényi Library. The past and the future of our National Library. Bulletin 2002. National Széchényi Library, 2003. 3-5. p.

2005

Aristocrats and Book Culture at the Border of Two Empires in the 16th and 17th Centuries. - The Bánffy Family's Court in Alsólindva and its Book Culture. - The Nádasdy Courts in Sárvár and Pottendorff and their Book Culture. - The Batthyány Court in Németújvár and its Book Culture. In: Blue Blood, Black Ink. Book Collection of Aristocratic Families from 1500 to 1700. Ed. by István Monok. Budapest, 2005, OSZK. 11-16., 61-104. p.

Plan for the establishment of a European Centre of Book History. Bulletin 2004. National Széchényi Library, 2004. 5-7. p.

2006

The Distribution of Works by Erasmus in the Carpathian Basin during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. (Summary of Statistical Spread). In: Republic of letters, humanism, humanities. Selected papers of the workshop held at the Collegium Budapest in cooperation with NIAS between November 25 and 28, 1999 ed. by Marcell Sebők. Budapest, 2005 [2006], Collegium Budapest. (Workshop series 15.) 35-43. p.

2007

National Libraries in Changing Times. In: 400th Anniversary of the National and University Library in Zagreb. Proceedings of the Scientific Conference. Zagreb, 9-11 May 2007. Ed. by Mirna Willer. Zagreb, 2007, NSK. (papír és CD-ROM kiadás) 48-55. p.

The Union Catalogue of Rare Book Collections in the Carpatian Basin: about the Expert System on Book History in Hungary. CERL Papers VII(2007) 7-14. p.

2008

[Predgovor - Foreword] In: Books with Baron Moritz Kornfeld's ex libris in the collections of Nizhny Novgorod State Scientific Library im. V. I. Lenina. Catalogue comp. By T. Andreeva, N. Golubeva, L. Mishina. Nizhny Novgorod, 2007 [2008] 6-9. p.

History of the Hungarian National Library. Alexandria. The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues, 20(2008) 143-149. p.

2011

From the Bibliotheca Alexandriana to the New Library of Alexandria. Basic Mission Statements of the Libraries in Changing Times. In: Proceeding ICI 10. International Conference on Information. Information Technology Role in Development, Delta University in Gamasa-Mansoura, Egypt. 4-6. December 2010. Ed. by Mohammed Rabie Nasser. Gamasa-Mansoura, 2011, Delta University. 153-157. p. (2011. március 2.)

Scholars' libraries in Hungary in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: reconstructions based on owner’s mark research. In: Virtual visit to lost libraries: reconstruction of and access to dispersed collactions. Papers presented on 5 November 2010 at the CERL Seminar hosted by the Royal Library of Denmark, Copenhagen. Ed. by Ivan Boserup, David J. Shaw. London, 2011, CERL (CERL Papers, vol. XI.) 57-69. p.

2012

The Cultural Policy Aspects of Digitalisation of Written Cultural Heritage in Europe and in Hungary. In: ICI 12. International Conference on Information. Learning Unlimited. 12-13. December 2012. Kuala Lumpur, Open University of Malaysia. Papers, CDROM edition, ISBN 978 967 429 013 9. pages: 129-134.

Towns and Book Culture in Hungary at the end of the Fifteenth Century and during the Sixteenth Century. In: Print Culture and Peripheries in Early Modern Europe. A Contribution to the History of Printing and the Book Trade in Small European and Spanish Cities. Ed. by Benito Rial Costas. Leiden, 2012, Brill (Library of the Written Brill, vol. 24; The Handpress World, vol. 18.) 171-200. p.

2015

The Readings of Hungarian Students during their Studies in the Netherlands in the Early Modern Period. In: Peregrinus sum. Studies in History of Hungarian-Dutch Cultural Relations in Honour of Ferenc Postma on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Ed. by Margriet Gosker, István Monok. Budapest-Amsterdam, 2015. 93-120 p.

What Makes a Library in Hungary or Transylvania Modern in the Early Modern Age? Some Aspects of Assessment. In: Ein Land mit Eigenschaften. Sprache, Literatur und Kultur in Ungarn in transnationalen Kontexten. Zentraleuropäische Studien für Andrea Seidler. Hrsg. von Márta Csire, Erika Erlinghagen, Zsuzsa Gáti, Brigitta Pesti, Wolfgang Müller-Funk. Wien, 2015, Praesens Verlag. 131-140. p

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Books, Ed. by

2002

Tresaures of the Hungarian National Library. Ed. By István Monok. Bp., 2002, Magyar Könyvklub. 416 p.

2005

Blue Blood, Black Ink. Book Collections of Aristocratic Families from 1500 to 1700. Ed. by István Monok. Budapest, 2005, OSZK. 183 p.

2006

Studiosorum et librorum peregrinatio. Hungarian-Dutch cultural relations in the 17th and 18th century. Ed. by August den Hollander, István Monok, Ferenc Postma. Amsterdam-Budapest, 2006, Universiteit van Amsterdam, OSZK. 75 p.

2015

Peregrinus sum. Studies in History of Hungarian–Dutch Cultural Relations in Honour of Ferenc Postma on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Ed. by Margriet Gosker, István Monok. Budapest–Amsterdam, 2015. 292 p.

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Lectures

1997

Database of the Erudition in Hungary 1526-1750. - Renaissance Meeting '97. Budapest, 29-31. May. Centre de Hautes Études de la Renaissance

1999

Works of Erasmus in the Carpathian Basin throughout the 16-17th Centuries. Budapest, Collegium Budapest, Netherlands Institut for Advanced Studies: Republic of Letters, Humanism, Humanities Workshop. 25-28. november 1999.

2000

The Project Euditio. SHARP 2000. 8th Annual Meeting. 5. July 2000. Mainz

2005

"Digitisation of European cultural heritage". Panel discussion, CENL Annual Meeting, Luxemburg, 28. September 2005.

2006

The Union Cataloge of Rare Book Collections in the Carpathian Basin: About the Experts'System of Book History in Hungary. "Imprints and owners. Recording the cultural geography of Europe" CERL Annual seminar, 10. November 2006, Budapest

2007

National Libraries in Changing Times. Conference on the Fourth Centenary of the National and University Library, Zagreb 9-11. Mai 2007.

2008

The Changing Role of the National Libraries. Alma Mater Studiorum, Universita di Bologna, Istituto di Studi Avanzati, 22 ottobre 2008. Bologna.

2010

Scholars' Libraries in Hungary in the 16th and 17th Centuries: Reconstructions based on Owner's Mark Research. Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL), Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Kobenhavn. Annual Seminar: Virtual Visits to Lost Libraries: Reconstruction of and Acces to Dispersed Collections. Copenhagen, 5. November 2010

From the Bibliotheca Alexandriana to the New Library of Alexandria. Basic Mission Statements of the Libraries in Changing Times. Delta University in Gamasa, International Conference on Information. Information Technology Role in Development, 4-6. December 2010

2012

The Cultural Policy Aspects of Digitalisation of Written Cultural Heritage in Europe and in Hungary. Open University of Malaysia, International Conference on Information. Learning Unlimited. 12-13. December 2012. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2013

Book history today. An international perspective. Tavola rotonda, 13 Giugno 2013. Aula Maria Immacolata, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano.

Introduction to the textological and paleographical analysis of manuscripts. Early European Literatures in Manuscripts. Wien, Universität Wien, Institut für Europäische und Vergleichende Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, 25th August - 7th September 2013.

2015

Sharing digital metadata: A brief Introduction to Open Acces polities for metadata, images, documents, and full digital editions. Reassembling the Republic of Letters, 1500-1800. 21st-25th March 2015, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.

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Review on an English Book

2007

Bibliographia Sociniana. A Bibliographical Reference Tool for the Study of Dutch Socinianism and Antitrinitarianism. Comp. by Philip Knijff, Sibbe Jan Visser. Ed. by Piet Visser. Hilversum, Amsterdam, 2004, Uitgeverij Verloren, Doopsgezinde Historische Kring. 313 p. - Histoire et civilisation du livre. Revue internationale, 3(2007) 401-403. p.

2008

Cognition and Book. Typologies of Formal Organisation of Knowledge in the Printed Book of the Early Modern Period. Ed. by Karl E. Enenkel, Wolfgang Neuber. Leiden-Boston, 2005, Brill. (Intersections. Yearbook for Early Modern Studies, vol. 4. - 2004) - Magyar Könyvszemle, 2008. 362-366. p.

2010

Historie du livre et histoire des idées: à propos d'une collection universitaire (Intersections. Yearbook for Early Modern Studies) - Histoire et civilisation du livre. Revue internationale, 6(2010). 331-340. p.

2015

Roderick Cave–Sara Ayad: The History of The Book in 100 Books. The Complete Story. From Egypt to e-book. New York, 2014, Firefly Books Ltd. - Iskolakultúra, 2015/3. 132-135. p. - Histoire et civilisation du livre. Revue internationale, 11(2015) 342-346. p.

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