Lambeth Palace Library 2011

‘Writing and Re-Writing the Word: Bible Manuscripts and Archives’ in the Great Hall, Lambeth Palace Library
27 June 2011

Papers:
Christopher de Hamel, welcome and introduction
David Parker, Institute of Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, University of Birmingham, ‘Papyrus, parchment, print, pixels: revolutions in Bible production’
Richard Gameson, Durham University, ‘Durham’s Paris Bible and the use of communal Bibles in the later Middle Ages’
Berthold Kress, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge, ‘The Three Hebrews in the fiery furnace: how was the third chapter of the Book of Daniel read and illustrated in the Middle Ages?’
AMARC AGM
Eva de Visscher, Oriel College, University of Oxford, ‘Learning Hebrew in medieval England: multi-lingual manuscripts and their users’
Aled Jones, Aberystwyth University, ‘Erasing boundaries or imprinting difference? Translating the sacred in colonial Bengal’
Scott Mandelbrote, Peterhouse, University of Cambridge, ‘Illustration and translation in seventeenth century Bibles’