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Manuscript as Medium

manuscript as medium

Illuminated Weltchronik. Getty MS 33, Bavaria, c. 1410.

36th Annual Conference of
The Center for Medieval Studies,
Fordham University
Saturday March 5th-Sunday March 6th, 2016
Lincoln Center Campus
113 W. 60th St.
New York, NY 10023

 

Conference Aims
This conference is devoted particularly to current concern with manuscripts in all their physicality. Across the disciplines, investigators delight in the sometimes untidy, often beautiful, pages of manuscripts-bound as apparently heterogeneous miscellanies, glossed and amended over the centuries, enhanced with illuminations or with printed illustrations latterly pasted in. We welcome papers on any topic related to these issues, including technical investigations of production; manuscripts and monastic communities; image and text on the manuscript page; Jewish-Christian relations and sacred books; Islam, the west, and manuscripts; manuscripts as stand-ins for sacred or political figures; the hybrid manuscript-print codex in the age of incunabula; accessibility and immateriality of the manuscript in the digital age.

 

Speakers Include:
  • Jessica Brantley, Yale University
  • Kathryn Rudy, University of St. Andrews
  • Andrew Taylor, University of Ottawa

 

 

Conference Program