Excavating the Medieval Book

Case MS 185, f. 13
Case MS 185, f. 13
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Friday, June 4, 2004

A Symposium in Honor of Sandra Hindman

This event celebrated the career of Sandra Hindman and the publication of Excavating the Medieval Image: Manuscripts, Artists, Audiences - Essays in Honor of Sandra Hindman, ed. David Areford and Nina Rowe (Ashgate Press, 2004)

Sponsored by the Department of Art History at Northwestern University, and organized by Nina Rowe, Middlebury College (now at Fordham University); and David Areford, University of Massachusetts Boston

Welcome

David Areford, University of Massachusetts Boston

Opening Address

Charles Cullen, President and Librarian, The Newberry Library, now emeritus

Session 1

Introduction by David Areford, University of Massachusetts Boston

Parisian Illuminators in the American Midwest: Two Unpublished Boucicaut Books of Hours
Christine Geisler-Andrews, Northwestern University

Parlant de Moy: Manuscripts of La Coche by Marguerite of Navarre
Sherry Lindquist, Musée des Beaux Arts, Dijon

Authorship and Authority in the Images of the Wavrin Master
Stephen Perkinson, Bowdoin College

Session 2

Introduction by Nina Rowe, Middlebury College (now at Fordham University)

Toward an Archaeology of the Early Printed Image
David Areford, University of Massachusetts Boston

Mary of Burgundy in the Nineteenth Century: Romantic Heroine and Constitutional Monarch
Ann Roberts, Lake Forest College

Devotional Ivories and the Popularization of Hate
Nina Rowe, Middlebury College (now at Fordham University)

Roundtable discussion on the current state of manuscript studies

A reception followed.

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