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28th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies

28TH SAINT LOUIS CONFERENCE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY

12–13 OCTOBER 2001

PROGRAM

FRIDAY, 12 OCTOBER 2001
Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Registration and Breakfast – 8:00am

Opening Remarks – 8:50am

Session I – 9:00am

  • Self-Reflecting Images: The Visual Material of Speech and Writing in the Getty Apocalypse
    Jesse Gellrich (Louisiana State University)
  • Bread and Wine: The Wedding at Cana, the Multiplication of Loaves, and Epiphany in Southern Gaul
    Karen Loaiza (State University of New York, Plattsburgh)
  • Holy Books and Holy Blood: Judith of Flanders' Patronage and Manuscript Production at Weingarten Abbey
    Christine Sciacca (Columbia University)

Morning Break – 10:30am

Session II – 11:00am

  • Chapters and Capitula Lists in the Vulgate, ca. 1200-1230
    Laura Light (Houghton Library, Harvard University)
  • Post-Apocalyptic Texts of Anglo-Saxon England?
    M. Jane Toswell (University of Western Ontario)
  • Archbishop Parker and A Testimonie of Antiquitie: Bibliography, Content, and Microfilm
    Kathryn L. Mapstone (Northern Essex Community College)

Luncheon – 12:00pm

Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session III – 1:00pm

  • Gregorian Chant in León: The Choir Books of the Real Colegiata de San Isidoro
    James Boyce (Fordham University)
  • Introduction to the Fisher Antiphonary: Toronto, Fisher Rare Book Library, Fisher MS 9255
    Ilana Krug (University of Toronto)
  • Changes in the Mass for the "New Feast of Corpus Christi": 1300–1600
    Vincent Corrigan (Bowling Green State University)

Session IV – 2:00pm

  • Robert of Gloucester's Chronicle and St. Kenelm: The Metrical Evidence of Laud 108 and Cotton Caligula A. xi
    Stefan Jurasinski (Indiana University)
  • Cotton Tiberius B. v: The Schoolbook of a King?
    Harold Zimmerman (Indiana University)
  • Medieval Latin Aristotle Commentaries: Addenda and Biographical Precisions from Oxford, Bodleian Library, Canon. misc. 424 and Florence, BN Centrale, Conv. Soppr. A.5.563
    Steven J. Livesey (University of Oklahoma)

Afternoon Break – 3:30pm

LOWRIE J. DALY, S.J., MEMORIAL LECTURE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES –4:00pm

  • Richard H. Rouse (University of California, Los Angeles)
    Commercial Manuscript Producers in Paris and their Clients

Reception – 5:30-7:00pm
Samuel E. Cupples House

SATURDAY, 13 OCTOBER 2001
Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Breakfast – 8:30am

Session V – 9:00am

  • Projecting Politics: Illuminating Responses to Dante's Condemnation of Florence, II
    Karl Fugelso (Towson University)
  • The Erosion of Romance from the Vie de sainte Eufrosine
    Amy Ogden (University of Virginia)
  • From Performance to Private Reading: Retracing the Reception of Machaut's Voir-Dit from 1360 to 1430
    Deborah McGrady (Tulane University)

Morning Break – 10:30am

Session VI – 11:00am

  • Manuscript Production in the Monastery of St. Catherine at Mount Sinai during the First Half of the Tenth Century
    Nadezhda Kavrus-Hoffmann (New York, NY)
  • A Survey of Christian Arabic Materials in the Vatican Arabic Collection
    David Vila (John Brown University)
  • Phallic Angels in Sixteenth-Century Paper of Greek Manuscripts in Spain
    Mark L. Sosower (North Carolina State University)

Luncheon – 11:30pm
Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session VII – 1:00pm

  • Changing Legal Terminology in Medieval Dated English Private Documents. A Case Study: Quitclaims
    Ágnes Juhász-Ormsby (University of Toronto)
  • Greek Medical Manuscripts: A Computerized Catalogue
    Alain Touwaide
  • The Herbal (bk. 17) of Bartholomaeus Anglicus as a Practical Medical Book
    George R. Keiser (Kansas State University)

Session VIII – 2:00pm

  • A Sermon from Thomas Cromwell's Propaganda Campaign of 153637?
    Francis X. Ryan (John Carroll University)
  • Editing the Synodal Formulae for Ecclesiastical Reunion Contained in Codex Veronensis LX: Problems of Latinity and Problems of History
    Lester L. Field (University of Mississippi)

Afternoon Break – 3:30pm

Session IX – 4:00pm

  • The Text of Aeschylus' Septem adv. Thebas in Cod. Barb. gr. 135 (Se), Cod. Vat. gr. (Sg), and Cod. Vat. gr. 912 (Sn)
    Charles J. Zabrowski (Gettysburg College)
  • Marketing a Medieval Manuscript in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: Chantilly, Musée Condé MS 474
    Karen K. Jambeck (Western Connecticut State University)

Closing Remarks – 5:30pm