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Laura Nuvoloni

Laura Nuvoloni is a manuscripts and early printed books curator and cataloguer.  Having studied Italian Philology at the University of Venice and Latin Palaeography at King’s College London with Professor A.C. de la Mare, she worked in the Departments of Western Medieval Manuscripts at Sotheby’s London and the British Library and the Department of Rare Books at Cambridge University Library as principal cataloguer of the Guilford Manuscripts and the Medieval Medical Harley Manuscripts at the British Library, and the Incunabula Collection at Cambridge University Library.

Laura Nuvoloni has conducted tutorial seminars on the codicology and scholarly description of Italian Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, Latin and Italian palaeography for MA students of Italian Renaissance Text at the University of Central London, and on incunabula and their copy specific features at Cambridge University Library and the London Rare Book School 2019 (LRBS).  She has been the tutor of Italian Palaeography at the London International Palaeography Summer School (LIPSS) alone in 2018 and with Irene Ceccherini in 2019.

She currently is the Curator of Manuscripts and Early Printed Books at Holkham Hall Library.

She is the co-author of the late Prof. A.C. de la Mare’s book Bartolomeo Sanvito: The Life and Work of a Renaissance Scribe (2009).

She is the Treasurer and Member of the Modermen of the Association Paléographique internationale – Culture – Écriture – Société (APICES)