Colloque à Dublin sur les voyages des manuscrits insulaires (5-7 mai 2016)

Les 5-7 mai 2016 aura lieu à Dublin un colloque sur la dispersion et les itinéraires des manuscrits insulaires : “The Wandering Word: the travels of insular manuscripts”.

Neill Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute
Trinity College, Dublin


Jeudi 5 mai 2016:
12h30 : Inscriptions
13h45 : Mot de bienvenue
14h00-15h30: Session 1:

  • Susie Bioletti & Allyson Smith: Shining a light on the pigments of early Irish manuscripts.
  • John Gillis and Marco Di Bella: Challenges and Choices: The Conservation of four Early Irish Manuscripts
  • William Endres: Digitally across time: Generating knowledge from 125 years of photographs of the St Chad Gospels

16h00-17h30: Session 2:

  • Carol Farr: Reused, rescued, recycled: Art historical contexts of the Irish fragments, St Gall Codex 1395
  • Rachel Moss: Itinerant Iconography: Following the strands of the Garland of Howth
  • Michelle Brown: Hagiography or History? Medieval Approaches to Establishing Origin and Provenance for Insular Copies of Scripture

Vendredi 6 mai 2016:

9h00-10h30: Session 3:

  • Bernard Meehan: The Book of Mulling: Bindings and ‘Blurrings’
  • Paul Mullarkey: Keeping our Word: The Book Shrines of Dimma and Mulling and their Relationship with other Manuscripts, Covers and Shrines.
  • Heather Pulliam: Breast-hoard: Carrying the Word of God

11h00-12h30: Session 4

  • Timothy O’Neill: Initial wanderings
  • Francis Newton: Unstudied Fragments of a Latin Gospel Book in Insular Half-Uncial
  • Mark Stansbury: Wandering hands: Usserianus Primus and the movements of scripts

13h30-15h30: Session 5

  • Dáibhí Ó Cróinín: The Earliest Echternach Liturgical Manuscript Fragments: Irish or Anglo-Saxon?
  • David Dumville: A lifelong dedication?: A Gaelic scholar and his pet manuscript in Carolingian Europe
  • Joanna Story: Insular Manuscripts: Continental Connections

15h45: Conclusions
16h00-17h00: Visite de l’exposition

Samedi 7 mai 2016 :
9h30-17h30: Excursion à St Mullin’s, Castledermot & Moone

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