bibliological

bibliological

(ˌbɪblɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
relating to bibliology
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Brimming with bibliological trivia, the volume is a stunning celebration of the book as both achievement and objet d'art.
The main project goal is to register all Lithuanian music scores, published in Lithuania and abroad from 1990-2015, to explore them using bibliological and musicological methods, and to summarize and to measure peculiarities and tendencies of publishing Lithuanian music scores.
Yet, this equation is prevalent, as Tinyiko Maluleke has demonstrated for the African context, in not only more obviously bibliological "schools", like in Byang Kato's theology, but also in the more "diluted" bibliology of John Mbiti, Kwame Bediako, Lamin Sanneh or Jesse J.
As a result of recent advances within the Bibliological Informative Theory related to the grades of complexity, phases, and stages that may be observed in the evolution of library phenomenon, a new proposal for the structure of Library Science is presented.
Despite Gronda's defence of certain kinds of Italian textual bibliography, the overall tone of the published proceedings places emphasis on a need for Italy to integrate certain Anglo-American methodologies into its own bibliological praxis.
In The Book on the Bookshelf, Henry Petroski successfully unmasks another long-hidden and bibliological tool: the bookshelf.