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Bodleian Centre for the Study of the Book Seminars

Palaeography Seminar: Medieval manuscripts master classes

Hilary Term 2022, Mondays, 2:15 pm
Registration required: https://forms.office.com/r/F6NjbWuhpT
YOU MUST BE REGISTERED 24 HOURS BEFORE THE SEMINAR TO RECEIVE A LINK TO ATTEND ONLINE
In-person seminars, if offered, will meet in the Lecture Theare, Weston Library. 17 Jan (week 1) No seminar
31 Jan. (week 3) Matthew Cheung Salisbury, ‘A late medieval English noted breviary (MS. Lat. liturg. b. 14)’
14 Feb. (week 5) Laura Saetveit Miles (Bergen), ‘St. Birgitta of Sweden in late-medieval England’
28 Feb. (week 7) Colleen Curran, ‘The History of Script and the Scripting of History in 10th/11th-Century Canterbury’

Seminar in the History of the Book

Hilary Term 2022, Fridays, 2:15 pm
Registration required:https://forms.office.com/r/FSXrV1W98u
YOU MUST BE REGISTERED 24 HOURS BEFORE THE SEMINAR TO RECEIVE A LINK TO ATTEND ONLINE
In-person seminars, if offered, will meet in the Lecture Theare, Weston Library. 21 Jan.  (Week 1) [ONLINE ONLY] Mercedes García-Arenal (Madrid, CCHS-CSIC), ‘The European Quran: the role of the Muslim Holy Book in writing European cultural history’
28 Jan. (Week 2) [ONLINE ONLY] Renae Satterley (London, Middle Temple), ‘On Robert Ashley (1565-1641)’s use of collections in Oxford in the 17th century’
4 Feb. (Week 3) [ONLINE ONLY]  Laura Cleaver (London, UCL), ‘Henry White (1822-1900): Collector of Second-Rate Manuscripts?’
11 Feb. (Week 4) [ONLINE ONLY] Riccardo Olocco (Bolzano), ‘The trade in type in Venice in the early decades of printing’
18 Feb. (Week 5)  Brian Cummings (York), ‘Bibliophobia’
25 Feb. (Week 6) Katarzyna Kapitan, ‘The Virtual Library of Thormodus Torfæus, reconstructed from Danish and Icelandic collections’
4 Mar. (Week 7) Lisa Barber, ‘The Goldsmiths’ Register and other record books of various London Livery Companies’
11 Mar. (Week 8) Alexandra Franklin and Andrew Honey, ‘Bodleian Materials for the teaching of Book History’ Centre for the Study of the Book | January 6, 2022 at 3:30 pm | URL: https://wp.me/p3bfB5-1xk

Bodleian CSB Seminars, Hilary Term 2022 by Centre for the Study of the Book

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