Synagogue as Starting Point

My sojourn in Besançon marks, I want to say, a turning point in my life. My bachelor’s I conducted at Princeton University, where I majored in English with a concentration in creative writing; within these two domains I focused mostly … …

A little text about me

My name is Jérémy, I’m 22 years old and I’m from Saone et Loire in France. In a first time I made an economic and social baccalaureate.

After this, I realised one year in STAPS but it wasn’t for me … …

A Journey from Byzantion to Besançon

“Neither history nor literature nor economics nor sociology nor bibliography can do justice to all the aspects of the life of a book. By its very nature, therefore, the history of books must be international in scale and interdisciplinary in … …

The magic of time travel

Digital humanities as a link between the past and the future

My name is Iana Sotnikova. For the past 13 years I’ve been working as an interpreter and translator. I graduated from foreign languages department at Kharkiv University of Humanities … …

On the road

The world of books can grab you and transmit you through the time. It’s a magic world and I’m happy that I can touch it.

My name is Tamara Glushetckaia, I graduated a technical school on the program  «Publishing» and … …

Biblichor* makes me happy!

My name is Ali Abu Rmeileh, I am a Palestinian man from Jerusalem. I have developed a passion for manuscripts and early books since a young age. I entered the field of libraries and humanities in 2014, while i was … …

Books: A Living Well

A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies…The man who never reads lives only one. George R.R. Martin

Books are like spaceships or teleporters. They have the incredible capacity to take you places: past, present or future; faraway places … …