Diane  Booton Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Diane Booton

Université Rennes 2

Diane Booton specializes in the history of the book in late medieval and early modern Europe. She has published on book production, illumination, woodcut illustration, and patronage.


Diane Booton received her Ph.D. in Art History from New York University, where she  specialized in medieval and early modern art and architecture, and her M.S. in Library and Information Science from Simmons College.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Her personal research focuses on late medieval manuscripts and early printed books in France, and in particular, Brittany, and has been supported by grants from the Gerda Henkl Stiftung, Bibliographical Society of America and the Bibliographical Society of the UK, the British Academy, the National Endowment for the Humanities, Princeton University Library, and the Printing Historical Society. See also https://independent.academia.edu/DianeBooton


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 Featured Title - Publishing Networks in France in the Early Era of Pr; Booton - 1st Edition book cover