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DECEMBER 2018: ANNUAL CATALOG: MEDIEVAL STUDIES I (OPEN)

SEPTEMBER 2018: MINOR CATALOGS: Dominican LiturgyCCSL (CLOSED)

MAY 2018: ICMS KALAMAZOO, MI. A convivencia of scholars from multiple faiths and cultural backgrounds visited Vivarium Books at the 54th International Congress for Medieval Studies.

 

DECEMBER 2017: FIRST RARE BOOKS CATALOG + ANNUAL CATALOG III:  entitled Sacred Rites and Medieval Islamic Culture (CLOSED)

MAY 2017: INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR MEDIEVAL STUDIES, KALAMAZOO, MI: Vivarium Books exhibited at the 53rd ICMS, an annual event attended by thousands of scholars. Check out the video.

JANUARY 2017: HARVEST. Vivarium grew with the purchase of nearly 5,000 scholarly and collectible books in 2017. Rare and antiquarian books have been bought and sold, and a special collection was transported to Italy.

 

JANUARY 2017: WELCOME TO THE NEW HOME FOR VIVARIUM BOOKS ONLINE. Click "Books" above to begin browsing. 

DECEMBER 2016: ANNUAL CATALOG II: LATE MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE ART. Like Annual Catalog I: Byzantine Art: Origins to Aftermath, this colorful collection of art books brings into focus the frescoes, manuscript illumination, drawings, textiles, architecture, sculpture and metalwork of the Late Medieval and Renaissance periods. (CLOSED).


OCTOBER 2016: GRECO-ROMAN ACQUISITION: Vivarium Books acquired a private scholarly classics library numbering in the thousands.

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