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29th Saint Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies

29TH SAINT LOUIS CONFERENCE ON MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
11–12 OCTOBER 2002

PROGRAM

FRIDAY, 11 OCTOBER 2002
Anheuser-Busch Auditorium, Cook Hall

Registration and Breakfast – 8:00am

Opening Remarks – 8:50am

Session I – 9:00am

  • A Book Fit for a Queen: A Neapolitan Royal Manuscript in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto
    Kristen Allen (University of Toronto)
  • (Re)Constructing the Liturgical Life of Santa Reparata
    Jeanne Krochalis (Pennsylvania State University)
  • The Medieval Sequence and its Manuscript Tradition: The Importance of Source Studies for Medieval Culture
    Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Graduate University)

Morning Break – 10:30am

Session II – 11:00am

  • "Hic liber non est Marci Musuri:" Provenance Research in the Biblioteca Marciana
    Donald F. Jackson (University of Iowa)
  • The Dukes of Burgundy and the Evolution of the Princely Library in the Fifteenth Century
    Carrie Beneš (University of California, Los Angeles)
  • St. Gall Glosses: Their Medieval Users and Uses
    Anna Grotans (Ohio State University)

Luncheon – 12:30pm
Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session III – 2:00pm

  • From Paper to Computer—Working Collaboratively: Digitizing Manuscripts in the Twenty-First Century
    Colum Hourihane (Index of Christian Art, Princeton University)
  • e-TK: An Electronic Catalogue of Manuscripts of Science and Medicine
    Peter Murray Jones (King's College, University of Cambridge)
  • Steps towards a Manuscripts Studies Portal: Integrating Access to Resources for the Manuscripts Scholar
    Mura Ghosh (University of London Library)

Afternoon Break – 3:30pm

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

  • Consuelo W. Dutschke (Columbia University)
    Goals and Some Realities in Late (and Later) Choir Books

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

SATURDAY, 12 OCTOBER 2002
Anheuser-Busch Auditorium, Cook Hall

Breakfast – 8:30am

Session IV – 9:00am

  • Picturing Gregory: Decretals Illumination in Medieval Europe
    Susan L'Engle (Vatican Film Library, Saint Louis University)
  • An Illustrated Romanesque Hagiographic Lectionary (Lucca, Biblioteca capitolare, Passionario C): Reception, Inspiration, and Formulation
    Charles S. Buchanan (Ohio State University)
  • The "Matter of France" and the Italian Manuscript Book: A Typology
    Gloria Allaire (University of Kentucky)

Morning Break – 10:30am

SESSION V – 11:00am

  • Book Scripts of the Later Middle Ages: A New Handbook
    Albert Derolez (Free Universities of Brussels)
  • City, Scribe, and Patron in Fifteenth-Century London: The Case of Richard Frampton
    Frank Grady (University of Missouri, St. Louis)
  • The Scribe as Entrepreneur in Chetham's Library MS 8009
    Jordi Sánchez Martí (Cornell University)

Luncheon – 12:30pm
Knights Room, Pius XII Memorial Library

Session VI – 2:00pm

  • Cathedral Libraries in Medieval Hungary
    Elod Nemerkenyi (Central European University)
  • Libraries and Readers in Medieval Finland
    Anja Inkeri Lehtinen (University of Helsinki)
  • What Makes a Medieval Manuscript Medieval? Problems with the Periodization of Armenian Manuscripts
    Sylvie Merian (Pierpont Morgan Library)

Afternoon Break – 3:30pm

Session VII – 4:00pm

  • Newly Discovered Ovidiana in the Ratschulbibliothek, Zwickau
    Frank T. Coulson (Ohio State University)
  • Reading and Writing Ovid: The Evidence of a Thirteenth-Century Code
    Anna Taylor (University of Texas, Austin)

Closing Remarks – 5:30pm