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2nd Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies

2ND SAINT LOUIS CONFERENCE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
16–18 OCTOBER 1975

PROGRAM

  • Abstracts: Manuscripta 20 (1976): 3–24

THURSDAY, 16 OCTOBER 1975

Registration – Cupples House 1:00pm

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session I – 2:00pm

  • The Rochester Variant of the Christ Church, Canterbury, Script Style
    Mary P. Richards (University of Tennessee)
  • Legibility vs. Stylistic Development in Medieval Writing: A Few Examples
    Dan Sheerin (University of North Carolina)

Break – 3:00pm

Session II – 3:30pm

  • More Vatican Manuscripts of Suetonius' Catalogue of Animal Sounds
    Valerie M. Lagorio (The University of Iowa)
  • A Curriculum in Medicine Suggested by Bartolomeo da Varignana
    Nancy G. Siraisi (Hunter College)

Session B - Cupples House

Samuel E. Cupples House

Session I – 2:00pm

  • Tournaments—A Show and Tell
    Frederick J. Cowie (Saint Louis University)
  • Architecture, Ivories and Manuscripts
    John Cummings (Wilson College)

Break – 3:00pm

Session II – 3:30pm

  • Patterns of Invention in a Provincial Psalter Cycle
    Annemarie Weyl Carr (Southern Methodist University)
  • Jewish Christianity and Medieval Ethiopian Illumination
    Marilyn Heldman (Washington University)

FRIDAY, 17 OCTOBER 1975

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session III – 9:00am

  • A New Codex of the Dialogues of Saint Gregory
    Rosalie Vermette (University of Iowa)
  • A Grammatical Work by Alberic of Montecassino in Cod. Vat. Ottob. lat. 1354
    Paul F. Gehl (Chicago State University)

Break – 10:30am

Session IV – 11:00am

  • Citations from the Topica of Cicero in Codex Vaticanus Reginensis latinus 1048
    Chauncey E. Finch (Saint Louis University)
  • Quomodo educari et erudiri debeant pueri by Gregorio Correr
    Joseph R. Berrigan (University of Georgia)
  • A Missionary's Solution to Colonial Conflict in the Spanish Empire—1790
    Charles Fleener (Saint Louis University)

Session B - Cupples House

Session III – 9:00am

  • Illumination and Sculpture in 13th-Century Amiens: The Invention of the Body of St. Firmin in the Psalter and Hours of Yolande of Soissons
    Karen Keel Gould (University of Texas, Austin)
  • The Hours of Jeanne de Naples
    David S. Stevens Schaff (University of Delaware)

Break – 10:30am

Session IV – 11:00am

  • The So-Called Trinity in the Sherborne Pontifical
    Jane Rosenthal (Columbia University)
  • Carta lustra: The Boucicaut Master and Techniques of Manuscript Illumination in the Fifteenth Century
    Doug Farquhar (University of Maryland)
  • Geoffroy Tory and the Nomenclature of Fifteenth-Century French Gothic Scripts
    Paul Saenger (Northwestern University)

Luncheon - 12:15pm

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session V – 1:15pm

  • The Career of Haimo of Auxerre (fl. 840-870) and a Leiden Manuscript
    John J. Contreni (Purdue University)
  • Paschalian Additions in Certain MSS of the Collectio Canonum of Anselm of Lucca
    Uta-Renate Blumenthal (Vanderbilt University)

Session VI – 2:00pm

  • The Toronto Codex of the Sententia Libri Ethicorum of St. Thomas
    Leonard E. Boyle (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto)
  • Maino de' Maineri in his Still Unstudied Role as Philosopher in Early 14th-Century Paris
    Charles J. Ermatinger (Saint Louis University)

Break - 3:30pm

Session VII – 4:00pm

  • The Service Record as a Source for Latin American Colonial History
    Leon Campbell (University of California, Riverside)
  • Relaciones de méritos y servicios: A Source for Group Biography
    Mark Burkholder (University of Missouri, St. Louis)

Session B - Cupples House

Session V – 1:15pm

  • The Discovery of the Identity of the Authors of a Munich Miscellany Codex
    Girard J. Etzkorn (Saint Bonaventure University)
  • The Rewards of a Codiocological Approach in the Study of Flemish Thirteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscripts
    Kerstin Carlvant (Columbia University)

Session VI – 2:00pm

  • Text and Image: Changing Perceptions in Dutch Biblical Manuscripts and Early Printed Books
    Sandra L. Hindman (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Book Illumination and Prints in 15th-Century Netherlands: A Book of Hours from the Circle of the Master of the Berlin Passion
    James Marrow (State University of New York, Binghamton)

Break - 3:30pm

Session VII – 4:00pm

  • The Dissemination of Author Portraits in Medieval Herbals
    Linda Ehrsam Voigts (University of Missouri, Columbia)
  • Twelfth-Century Apocalypse Commentaries and St. John as Seer in MS Bodley 352
    Barbara Nolan (Washington University)

Conference Dinner - 6:00pm - Cupples House

GUEST SPEAKER

  • Maurice B. McNamee (Saint Louis University)
    An Explanation of the Missa Aurea, with Celebration of the Missa Aurea, St. Francis Xavier Church, 7:30pm

SATURDAY, 18 OCTOBER 1975

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session VIII – 9:00am

  • Joseph Bosworth and the Text of the Ohthere and Wulfstan in BM Cotton Tiberius B i
    J. Lawrence Mitchell (University of Minnesota)
  • The Poetry of Christine de Pisan in Autograph Editions
    Eric C. Hicks (University of Maryland)

Break - 10:30am

Session IX - 11:00am

  • A Progress Report on the Computerization of the Latin Manuscript Holdings of the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris
    Donald A. Cress (Northern Illinois University
  • Problems and Progress in Cataloguing Medieval Netherlandic Manuscripts in American Libraries
    Philip E. Webber (Widener College)

Session B - Cupples House

Session VIII – 9:00am

  • Salutati's Defeated Candidate for “Humanistic Script”
    Braxton Ross (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton)
  • Manuscript, Audience and Text: The Critical Uses of the Marginal Notes in the Cotton Cleopatra Manuscript of the Ancrene Riwle
    John Bradford Senden (Indiana University)

Break - 10:30am

Session IX - 11:00am

  • The Text and Manuscript Revisions of the Sidney Psalms
    G. F. Waller (Dalhousie University, Halifax)
  • The Scribe as Editor: Variation in the MSS of the Middle English Pricke of Conscience
    Robert E. Lewis (Indiana University)