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4th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies

4TH SAINT LOUIS CONFERENCE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
13–15 OCTOBER 1977

PROGRAM

  • Abstracts: Manuscripta 22 (1978): 3-24


THURSDAY, 13 OCTOBER 1977

Registration Cupples House 1:00pm

Samuel E. Cupples House

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session I 2:00pm

  • A New Text of Warkworth's Chronicle
    Lister M. Matheson (University of Michigan)
  • The Chronicle of Cosmas of  Prague: Orthographic/Linguistic Corroboration of MS Assignment
    David T. Murphy (Saint Louis University)

Break 3:00pm

Session II 3:30pm

  • The Brief Reign of Archbishop Wulfsige of York (835-836)
    Richard Kay (University of Kansas)
  • An Examination of the Manuscript Tradition of the Northern Homily Cycle
    Thomas J. Heffernan (University of Tennessee)

Session B - Cupples House

Session I 2:00pm

  • The Trial of the Templars in Florence-Lucca and in the Papal States: A Comparison
    Anne Gilmour-Bryson (Université de Montréal)
  • A Topical and Iconographical Index of 50,000 Illuminations
    Lowrie J. Daly, S.J. (Saint Louis University)

Break 3:00pm

Session II 3:30pm

  • Fifteenth-Century Italian "laude" in MS Vaticano Chigiano L.VII.266
    Bernard Toscani (City University of New York)
  • Bodleian Laud Misc. 108: Decoration and Literary Text
    Linda Voigts (University of Missouri, Kansas City)

FRIDAY, 14 OCTOBER 1977

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session III 9:00am

  • The Portuguese Manuscripts Collection in the Library of Congress
    Christopher C. Lund (Rutgers University)
  • The Manuscripts of the Obrecht Collection of Gethsemani Abbey at Western Michigan University
    Robert Mareck (Western Michigan University)

Break 10:30am

Session IV 11:00am

  • Hispanic Manuscripts in the Barberini Collection of the Vatican Library
    Harold G. Jones (University of Missouri, Columbia)
  • Medieval Source Materials on the West Coast
    Dennis Dutschke (Univeristy of California, Davis)
  • Berlin, Kupferstichkabinett, MS 78.A.6: Codicological Examination of a Twelfth-Century Mosan Manuscript
    Gretel Chapman (Goucher College)

Session B - Cupples House

Session III 9:00am

  • Two Functions of the Illuminations of the Dresden Manuscript of the Sachsenspeigel
    Gerald A. Shinn (University of North Carolina, Wilmington)
  • The Judgement of Paris in the Roman d'Eneas: A New Look at Sources and Significance
    Barbara Nolan (Washington University)

Break 10:30pm

Session IV 11:00am

  • The Manuscripts of Leonardo Dati's Hiensal
    Joseph R. Berrigan (University of Georgia)
  • Some Philosophical Works of the Physician Alessandro Sermoneta
    Charles J. Ermatinger (Saint Louis University)
  • The Manuscripts of Leo Hebraeus' Dialoghi d'amore
    William Melczer (Syracuse University)

Luncheon - 12:15pm

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session V 1:15pm

  • Des Peines de Purgatorie: The Anglo-Norman and Latin Manuscript Traditions
    Robert J. Relihan, Jr. (University of Iowa)
  • Thomas Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes
    Marcia Smith Marzec (Northern Illinois University)

Session VI 2:00pm

  • Trinity College, Cambridge, MS R. 5. 16: The Key to a New Dating of John of Glastonbury's “Cronica” and to a New View of Glastonbury Abbey in the Late Fourteenth Century
    James Carley (University of Rochester)
  • Andrew of St. Victor and the Authorship of the Glossa in Ezechielem in MS. B.N. lat. 14432
    Michael A. Signer (Hebrew Union College)

Break - 3:30pm

Session VII 4:00pm

  • A Textual Study of the “Somniale Danielis”
    Lawrence T. Martin (University of Akron)
  • Authorship of the Marginalia in MS Palatinus Graecus 216
    Despina Stratoudaki White (Middle Georgia College)
  • The Manuscript Tradition of Robert Mannyng's “Handlyng Synne”
    Betty M. VanderSchaaf (Iowa University)

Session B - Cupples House

Session V 1:15pm

  • A Late Antique Ciborium and the Cult of Icons
    Marilyn E. Heldman (Washington University)
  • The Revival of the Literary Roll
    Jeanne Krochalis (University Pennsylvania)

Session VI 2:00pm

  • The Monastery of St. Albans and the Bellum Spirituale: A Psalter, a Chess Piece and an Oval Box
    Katherine Bateman (The School of the Art Institute of Chicago)
  • Illustration Selection in Early Books of Hours: A Case Study
    Karen Gould (Austin, Texas)

Break - 3:30pm

Session VII 4:00pm

  • Madrid, Academia de la Historia, Códice 76: Berlangas or Cardeña?
    Barbara A. Shailor (Bucknell University)
  • The Artis Grammaticae Opusculum of Barthomaeus Sulmonensis: A Newly Discovered Latin Grammar of the Quattrocento
    W. Keith Percival (University of Kansas)
  • Text Settings in Editions of Early Sixteenth-Century Polyphony
    Albert C. Rotola, S.J. (Saint Louis University)

Conference Dinner - 6:00 pm - Cupples House


SATURDAY, 15 OCTOBER 1977

Session A - Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session VIII 9:00am

  • Researches in Analytical Palaeography: The Utilization of Three Constitutive Elements of Writing for the Exact Isolation and Classification of a Proposed Handwriting (MSS Vat. lat. 1339, 3761, 3830, 6808)
    Yvon Gélinas (Université de Montréal)
  • Fingerprinting the Vatican Manuscripts: “Dictiones Probatoriae”
    Daniel Williman (State University of New York, Binghamton)

Break - 10:30am

Session IX - 11:00am

  • Stricker-Manuscript Dresd. M 56  and Medieval Scribal Practice
    Ingeborg Henderson (University of Missouri, Columbia)
  • The Harley Scribe and His Work, 1315-1349
    Carter Revard (Washington University)

Session B - Cupples House

Session VIII 9:00am

  • Dynamic Narrative Composition in the “Eadwine Leaves”
    Elizabeth Parker McLachlan (Rutgers University)
  • Where Have All the Manuscripts Gone?  MS Fragments in Bindings of Early Printed Books
    Frederick J. Cowie (Holy Redeemer College)

Break - 10:30am

Session IX - 11:00am

  • Chigi MS Q. V. 58: Luigi Rossi's “Orfeo”
    Francis Guentner, S.J. (Saint Louis University)
  • Letters from a Nuncio: Reports to Rome about the Paris Breviary of 1736 according to Recently Discovered Codices
    John Sullivan, O.C.D. (Catholic University of America)