The British Library
Barry Taylor is curator of Hispanic Printed Collections (1501-1850) at the British Library. He is the author of Foreign-Language Printing in London (London, 2003) and has published extensively on Don Juan Manuel, wisdom literature, Góngora and the reception of Ovid in Iberia from 1300 to 1600. He has co-edited (with Alejandro Coroleu) the four volumes Latin and Vernacular in Renaissance Iberia (1999-) and Brief Forms in Medieval and Early Modern Hispanic Literature (Newcastle upon Tyne, 2017). He has also edited, with Giles Mandelbrote, the volume Libraries within Library: Origins of the British Library Printed Collections (London, 2009) and, together with Nicolás Bas, El libro español en Londres (Valencia, 2016).