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London Palaeography Summer School. London, 21-25/06/2010

Centre for Manuscript and Print Studies, Institute of English Studies, University of London. London Palaeography Summer School. Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU, 21-25/06/2010

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Lunedì 21 giugno. Papal Diplomatic: Professor David d’Avray (UCL), full day; Medieval Sources for the Local Historian: Dr Nigel Ramsay (UCL), full day; Anglo-Saxon Psalters: Professor Jane Roberts (IES), full day.

Martedì 22 giugno. Pigments and painting (a practical course): Ms Patricia Lovett (Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society), full day; Introduction to Latin Palaeography: Dr Marigold Norbye (UCL), full day; Psalters, Psalter-Hours and Books of Hours I: Dr Jenny Stratford (IHR) and Dr Rowan Watson (V&A), One or two-day course (students may attend day 1 only).

A display of medieval writing materials, presented by Alan Cole, Chair of the Museum of Writing, will be exhibited during the lunch breaks on Tuesday 22 June and Thursday 24 June, and is open to all participants of the Summer School.

Mercoledì 23 giugno. Intermediate Latin Palaeography: Dr Marigold Norbye (UCL), full day; Introduction to the Practices of Describing and Cataloguing Western Medieval Manuscripts: Dr Hanna Vorholt (Warburg Institute), Half day course (morning); An Introduction to Manuscript Provenance Research: Mr Peter Kidd, Half day course (afternoon); Psalters, Psalter-Hours and Books of Hours II: Dr Jenny Stratford (IHR) and Dr Rowan Watson (V&A), Two-day course

Giovedì 24 giugno. Anglo-Saxon Palaeography: Dr Debby Banham (Birkbeck and Cambridge), full day; Western Scientific Manuscripts: Professor Charles Burnett (Warburg Institute), Half day course (morning); Tools and materials of mediaeval craft manuscript makers: Ms Patricia Lovett (Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society), Half day course (afternoon); * ‘In the beginning’: the importance of decorated incipits in Latin Gospel manuscripts from the seventh to ninth centuries and beyond: Dr Carol Farr, full day

A display of medieval writing materials, presented by Alan Cole, Chair of the Museum of Writing, will be exhibited during the lunch breaks on Tuesday 22 June and Thursday 24 June, and is open to all participants of the Summer School.

Venerdì 25 giugno. Palaeography and Papyrology: Latin Manuscripts 100-500: Professor David Ganz (KCL), full day; German Palaeography: Dr Dorothea McEwan (Warburg) and Dr Claudia Wedepohl (Warburg), full day; Text and Image in Encyclopaedic and Philosophical Manuscripts: Dr Anna Somfai ( Central European University), full day

The London Rare Books School is also offering week-long courses in the following: The Medieval Book, An Introduction to Bibliography and The Book in the Ancient World. Please follow the link for further details.

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