What: 8 sessions (60’ each) on various perspectives on the medieval book in Flanders. Experts demonstrate how they approach and study bindings, miniatures, heraldic information, liturgical manuscripts, reading aids, calendars and dates, and the religious landscape in which books were produced in Flanders. Bonus session: demonstration of the benefits of IIIF technology for research, education and communication.
For: Advanced beginners – The sessions are intended as practical introductions to disciplines that are not one’s specialty.
By: Hanno Wijsman (IRHT), Diane Reilly (Indiana University Bloomington), Susan Boynton (Colombia University New York), Steven Vanderputten (Ghent University), Mark Vermeer (KU Leuven), Evelien Hauwaerts (Bruges Public Library), Sofie Veramme (Bruges Public Library), Astrid Beckers (independent book conservator), Anne van Oosterwijk (Museums of Bruges). Organized by the Mmmonk Project in collaboration with the Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies at Ghent University.
When: On 18 November, 25 November, 2 December and 9 December 2022; 4pm – 6pm CET.
Programme and registration: https://www.mmmonk.be/en/news/mmmonk-school