Reading Anselm: Context and Criticism

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Friday, 20 March 2009

Early Manuscripts of Anselm: a discussion with five manuscripts

The Bodleian Library, Lambeth Palace Library, and Trinity College Cambridge present
'Early Manuscripts of Anselm: a discussion with five manuscripts'

Bodleian Library, Oxford
Monday 27 April 2009
10:30am - 4:30pm

New Library Seminar Room

In the presence of the manuscripts

10:30am - 1.00pm

Booklet circulation in Normandy in the 1080s
(Bodleian MS. Rawlinson A. 392 presented by Richard Sharpe)

Booklet circulation in England in the 1090s
(Trinity College MS. B. 1. 37 presented by Teresa Webber)

2.00pm - 4:30pm

William of Malmesbury and the collected works and letters
(Lambeth Palace MS. 224 presented by Samu Niskanen)

The Canterbury collections of works and letters
(Bodleian MS. Bodley 271 and Lambeth Palace MS. 59 presented by Michael Gullick)

Respondents: Ian Logan, Rodney Thomson

Space is limited, so registration is essential.

1 comment:

Sophia said...

I would like to thank you for your post. This information is very useful for me. I study at the university in Russia, Moscow at the faculty history of art and i am writing my diploma about Anselm (in connection with the medieval illuminated manuscripts) Unfortunatedly i haven t enough information, so your post is very useful for me. Thank you very much!