Having completed a first degree at Bologna University, Eleonora Gamba went on to earn an ma and a PhD at Milan and Padua Universities respectively. As a classical philologist, her work concerns the transmission of Greek and Latin texts in the Late Middle Ages, the history of books in the early years of printing and libraries in the Age of Humanism and the Renaissance. In 2019-2020 she worked on the Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina project of the Berlin Academy of Sciences. In 2021-2022 the Catholic University of Milan awarded her a research post to catalogue the 15th century printed documents owned by Bergamo Civic Library in the ‘Material Evidence in Incunabula’ database. She is a member of the Archivio Bergamasco and of the Ateneo di Scienze Lettere ed Arti di Bergamo and her work includes collaboration with the Centro di Ricerca Europeo Libro, Editoria, Biblioteca-creleb of the Catholic University of Milan, the journal La Bibliofilía and with an important international auction house.