Trinity 2019


MIMSS Colloquium on Manuscripts and Texts

21 June 2019
Magdalen College, University of Oxford

(Magdalen College Auditorium)



2.15.- Welcome and opening remarks

2.20-3.00.- Prof. Stephen Parkinson (Oxford)
            The red and the black: ink colour and the production of the manuscripts
             of the Cantigas de Santa Maria

3.00-3.15.- Discussion

3.15-3.35.- Prof. Tom Earle (Oxford)
            Fernão Lopes, Rui de Pina, and the Crónica de D. Afonso V

3.35-3.50.- Discussion

3.50-4.10.- Dr Barry Taylor (The British Library)
            Writing by dictation in Medieval Spain

4.10-4.25.- Discussion

4.25-4.45.- Tea & Coffee

4.45-5.05.- Dr Kirstin Kennedy (Victoria & Albert Museum)
            Marginalia on Metal? Engraving on XVIth- and XVIIth-century silver
             as a clue to workshop practice

5.05-5.20.- Discussion

5.20-5.50.- Prof. Jeremy Lawrance (Oxford)
            Notes on late medieval/early Renaissance Latin and vernacular MSS of the same text

5.50-6.05.- Discussion

6.05-6.35.- Prof. Francisco Bautista (Universidad de Salamanca)
            Historias no tan vulgares: impresos historiográficos anotados por Jerónimo Zurita (1512-1580)

6.35-6.50.- Discussion

6.50pm Colloquium Ends
FREE ADMISSION – ALL WELCOME

Colloquium Organiser:
Prof. David Hook
Faculty Research Fellow
Faculty of Medieval & Modern Languages
Oxford

david.hook@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk