Monday, June 13, 2005
The lectures on Monday are open to everyone and are designed to provide information about the manuscripts in the Otto Ege “50 Original Leaves From Medieval Manuscripts, Western Europe XII – XVI Century” portfolio. The anticipated audience for the lectures includes scholars, librarians, archivists, graduate students, members of the arts community and members of the public.
All daytime sessions in St. Thomas More College Room 344B.
The closed sessions on Tuesday will be devoted to future plans for digitally reconstructing parts of the Otto Ege medieval manuscript portfolio. Participants include: Janet Catterall (University of Saskatchewan), Consuelo Dutschke (Columbia University), Maria Korey (Massey College, University of Toronto), Yin Liu (University of Saskatchewan), David Pankow (Rochester Institute of Technology), Jill Patrick (Ontario College of Art and Design), Fred Porcheddu (Denison University), Barbara Shailor (Yale University), Peter Stoicheff (University of Saskatchewan), Andrew Taylor (University of Ottawa).