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3rd Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies

3RD SAINT LOUIS CONFERENCE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
14–16 OCTOBER 1976

PROGRAM

  • Abstracts: Manuscripta 21 (1977): 3-24

THURSDAY, 14 OCTOBER 1976


Registration – Cupples House 1:00pm

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session I – 2:00pm

  • The Aesop of Ermalao Barbaro
    Joseph R. Berrigan (University of Georgia)
  • The Text of Cicero's De inventione in Codex Vat. lat. 11506
    Valerie M. Lagorio (The University of Iowa)

Break – 3:00pm

Session II – 3:30pm

  • W.W. Skeat and Aelfric: Criticisms and Suggestions for further Research
    Robert J. Alexander (Point Park College, PA)
  • Manuscripts on the Move: The Eighth-Century Postal System of Boniface
    Frederick J. Cowie (Saint Louis University)

Session B - Cupples House

Samuel E. Cupples House

Session I – 2:00pm

  • Simon Marmion: A Methodological Review of the Problem
    Sandra Hindman (Johns Hopkins University)
  • A Codicological and Iconographic Window on Mary of Burgundy: Her Book of Hours in Vienna
    Anne H. van Buren (Tufts University)

Break – 3:00pm

Session II – 3:30pm

  • Some Workshop Practices in Late Antique Illustrated Manuscript Production
    Inabelle Levin (Case Western Reserve University)
  • Stages of Execution: Procedures of Illumination in an Unfinished Book of Hours
    Robert G. Calkins (Cornell University)

FRIDAY, 15 OCTOBER 1976

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session III – 9:00am

  • Coronation Orders in Hungarian Liturgical MSS
    Janos M. Bak (University of British Columbia)
  • The Manuscript Tradition of the Letter of Patriarch Photius to Boris-Michael of Bulgaria
    Despina Stratoudaki White (Middle Georgia College)

Break – 10:30am

Session IV – 11:00am

  • The Scribe of the Old English Vercelli Book
    Paul E. Szarmach (State University of New York, Binghamton)
  • Farfa MSS in the Vatican Library: Research on a Particular Type of Script
    Yvon Gélinas (Université de Montréal)
  • The Dating of the Floreffe Bible: Codicological Evidence
    Gretel Chapman (Goucher College)

Session B - Cupples House

Session III – 9:00am

  • The Life and Miracles of St. Edmund (Morgan 736) and a New Testament Cycle (Pembroke 120): A Re-evaluation of Their Relationship to a St. Alban's Workshop
    Katherine B. Baker (Berea College, KY)
  • The Scriptorium of San Pedro de Berlangas
    Barbara A. Shailor (Bucknell University)

Break – 10:30pm

Session IV – 11:00am

  • Architectural Decoration and Early Hebrew MSS
    Leila Avrin (University of Michigan)
  • Architectural Motifs in Gothic Illuminated MSS
    Carl F. Barnes, Jr. (Oakland University, Rochester)
  • The Raising of Lazarus: Speculations on a Little Known Dutch Miniature
    Gloria K. Fiero (Southwestern Louisiana University)

Luncheon - 12:15pm

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session V – 1:15pm

  • The Liber Sextus of the Bonifacian Library: Vatican Borghese 7
    Daniel Williman (State University of New York, Binghamton)
  • MS Cotton Vespasian A.XXII: Its Place in the Vernacular Homiletic Tradition at Twelfth-Century Rochester
    Mary P. Richards (University of Tennessee)

Session VI – 2:00pm

  • The Adventures of Three Manuscripts: The Sermons of Pope Honorius III
    James M. Powell (Syracuse University)
  • The History Section of Caspar Peucer's Manuscript Library Inventory
    Robert Kolb (Center for Reformation Research, St. Louis)

Break - 3:30pm

Session VII – 4:00pm

  • A Cologne Benedictine Scriptorium ca. 1500 and Trithemius' De laude scriptorum manualium
    Richard B. Marks (Grand Valley State Colleges, MI)
  • Early Seventeenth-Century Spelling Patterns: Two Autograph MSS by Sir John Harington
    R.H. Miller (University of Louisville)
  • The Inventory of Gratianus Gradenigo
    Louis Buenger Robbert (St. Louis, MO)

Session B - Cupples House

Session V – 1:15pm

  • The Belles Heures' St. Bruno Cycle: A Re-evaluation of the Relationship between Text and Image
    Jean C. Wilson (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Art and Historiography in the Thirteenth Century: Two Illuminated Histories for a North French Abbey
    Willene B. Clark (Marlboro College, VT)

Session VI – 2:00pm

  • Fragmentation in Petrarch's Autograph MSS
    Dennis Dutschke (University of California, Davis)
  • The Miniatures and Text of a Fifteenth-Century Life of Saint Clare of Assisi
    C. Mark Borkowski (University of North Carolina)

Break - 3:30pm

Session VII – 4:00pm

  • The Manuscripts of the Colloquium Heptaplomeres of Jean Bodin and the Significance of the Dating
    Marion L. Kuntz (Georgia State University)
  • Research Opportunities in the Ambrosiana Library
    Carl T. Berkhout (University of Notre Dame)
  • The Use of Videotape in the Teaching of Palaeography: The Results of the 1976 Summer Institute at the University of Pennsylvania
    Edward Peters (University of Pennsylvania)

Conference Dinner - 6:00 pm - Cupples House


SATURDAY, 16 OCTOBER 1976

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session VIII – 9:00am

  • An Experience in Using the Computer as a Tool in Transcribing and Editing the Text of a Medieval Manuscript (Vat. Arch. Castel Sant'Angelo, Arm. D-207: The Trial of the Templar in the Papal States 1309-10)
    Anne K. Gilmour-Bryson (Université de Montréal)
  • The Newberry Library Catalogue of Pre-1500 MSS: A Report on Research in Progress
    Paul Saenger (Northwestern University) and Michael Masi (Loyola University, Chicago)

Break - 10:30am

Session IX - 11:00am

  • The Corpus-Lambeth Stem: A Study of French Prose Apocalypse MSS
    Aileen H. Laing (Sweet Briar College, VA)
  • A Pole Miscellany and Some Comparisons of his Texts
    Thomas F. Dunn (Drake University)

Session B - Cupples House

Session VIII – 9:00am

  • The Miniatures of the Roman de Kanor and the Illustration of Medieval Romance
    Meradith T. McMunn (University of Connecticut)
  • Physiognomy, Iconography and the Liber Cosmographiae of John de Foxton
    John B. Friedman (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

Break - 10:30am

Session IX - 11:00am

  • Feasting in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries: A Comparison of Manuscript Illuminations with Contemporary Written Sources
    Patricia LaBahn (Saint Louis University)
  • Safety in Numbers? Don't Bet on It. How Pecham's Quodlibet de Natali Came to be Included in the Quodlibets of St. Thomas
    Girard J. Etzkorn (The Franciscan Institute)