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Thirty-Sixth Annual Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies, 16–17 October 2009

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Saint Louis University

Thirty-Sixth Annual Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies

Saint Louis University
16-17 October 2009

Informazioni

PROGRAMMA

Friday, 16 October 2009

Père Marquette Gallery, DuBourg Hall, 2nd flr.

8:00 AM

REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST

8:50 AM

OPENING REMARKS

9:00 AM

SESSION I

Visualizing the Crusades
Organizer: Maureen Quigley (Saint Louis University)

  • Cathleen Fleck (Washington University, St. Louis), Virtual Pilgrimage in the Riccardiana Psalter
  • Maureen Quigley (Saint Louis University), Crusades Past and Present: Chronicles, Advice, and Romance at the Court of Philip VI of Valois
  • Richard A. Leson (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee), A Dual Vision: Remembering the Crusades in a Baltimore Histoire d’Outremer

10:30 AM

MORNING BREAK

11:00 AM

SESSION II

Catena Commentary vs. Interlinear Gloss: Patterns of Transmission of Commentary Texts in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Organizer: Frank T. Coulson (The Ohio State University)

  • David T. Gura (The Ohio State University), From the Orléanais to Pistoia: The Survival of the Catena Commentary
  • Justin Stover (Harvard University), An Encyclopedia in the Margins: The Shift in the Commentary Tradition and the Decline in Platonic Studies at the End of the Twelfth Century
  • Frank T. Coulson (The Ohio State University), The Catena Commentary and Its Renaissance Progeny

12:30 PM

LUNCHEON, Grand Hall, DuBourg Hall, 4th flr.

2:00 PM

SESSION III

Analysis and Scientific Representation in Medieval Manuscripts
Organizer: Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Graduate University)

  • Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Graduate University), Figurae and the Timaeus latinus: Representation and Communication
  • Amy Phillips (Saint Louis University), ‘The Name of the City will be the Lord is There’: The Cartography of Redemption
  • Susan L’Engle (Saint Louis University), Analyzing the Canon: Pictorial Exegesis of the Law

3:30 PM

AFTERNOON BREAK

4:00 PM, LOWRIE J. DALY, SJ, LECTURE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES

  • Patricia Stirnemann (Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes), The Albani Psalter: One Man’s Spiritual Journey

Sponsored in association with the Saint Louis University Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

5:30-7:00 PM

RECEPTION, Samuel E. Cupples House

Saturday, 17 October 2009
Père Marquette Gallery, DuBourg Hall, 2nd flr.

8:30 AM

BREAKFAST

9:00 AM

SESSION IV

Making Manuscripts in Facsimile: History and Technique
Organizer: Gregory A. Pass (Saint Louis University)
Sponsored by the Bibliographical Society of America

  • Siân Echard (University of British Columbia), The Figure versus the Letter: Habits of Mind in Nineteenth-Century Manuscript Facsimiles
  • Paul Acker (Saint Louis University), TBA
  • Mónica Miró (M. Moleiro Editor), Recreating Medieval Manuscripts in the Twenty-First Century: The Art and Science of Making Facsimiles

10:30 AM

MORNING BREAK

11:00 AM

SESSION V

Assembling the Truth: Critiquing the Practice of Compilation during the Middle Ages
Organizer: Eric Ramírez-Weaver (University of Virginia)

  • Eric Ramírez-Weaver (University of Virginia), Creating Carolingian Interpretations of the Constellations from Pagan Precursors: Exegetical Emendation in the Paintings and Diagrams of the Handbook of 809
  • Danielle Joyner (University of Notre Dame), A Couplet Here, an Image There: The Art of Compilation in the Hortus Deliciarum
  • Aden Kumler (University of Chicago), Dèjà vu: Repetition and Ambition in a Fourteenth-Century Illuminated Compendium

12:30 PM

LUNCHEON, Grand Hall, DuBourg Hall, 4th flr.

2:00 PM

SESSION VI

Book Production Practices in Late Medieval and Renaissance Europe: Connecting Material Evidence to a Cultural Production of Objects
Organizer: Melissa Moreton (University of Iowa)

  • Elaine Treharne (Florida State University, Tallahassee), Reading Medieval Books in Books
  • Melissa Moreton (University of Iowa), Replicating Late Medieval/Renaissance Book Production: Making a Model of the Venetian Manuscript of the Monastery of San Lorenzo
  • Timothy Barrett (University of Iowa), Non-destructive Analysis of Fifteenth-Century European Manuscript Paper and its Implications for Understanding the Motivations of Early Book Printers

3:30 PM

AFTERNOON BREAK

4:00 PM

SESSION VII

Near Eastern Manuscripts
Organizer: Sylvie Merian (The Pierpont Morgan Library & Museum)

  • Julia Miller (Conservator in private practice), The Nag Hammadi Codices: A Review of the History, Structure, and Present Condition of the Leather Covers and Papyrus Texts
  • Zsuzsanna Gulacsi (Northern Arizona University), Sideways Orientated Images of Eastern Christian and Manichaean Illuminated Manuscripts
  • Sylvie Merian (The Pierpont Morgan Library & Museum), Protection Against the Evil Eye? Votive Offerings on Armenian Manuscript Bindings

5:30 PM

CLOSING REMARKS

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