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AMARC holds meetings two or three times a year to discuss topics of interest to custodians and users. Subjects have included the cataloguing of medieval manuscripts, twentieth-century literary manuscripts, maps, security, exhibitions and loans, historical and political papers, and the themes listed below.

Meetings offer members the opportunity to share information, to discuss common concerns and advances in scholarship, and to widen and deepen professional and research skills. Travel bursaries can be available for attendance by full-time student members.

Forthcoming meetings

Next Meeting


Art and Archives: Tracing the art world through archival sources

Date: 6 November

Place: Foyle Room, British Library

AMARC's Autumn 2017 meeting will explore the richness of archives as sources for the study not only of specific works of art, but also the development of artistic institutions, collections and scholarship. The AGM will be held immediately after lunch.

Registration (includes tea/coffee and lunch):

To register, go to:

10.45-11.15 Tea/Coffee and Registration
11.15-11.30 Welcome and Introduction
11.30-12.00 Barbara Pezzini, 'From Perugia to Trafalgar Square via Blenheim Palace and the House of Commons: the archival sources of Raphael's Ansidei Madonna'
12.00-12.30 Mark Pomeroy, 'Strategic Display: tracing evidence of the Royal Academy's contribution to exhibition culture'
12.30-13.00 Susanna Avery-Quash, 'Charles Eastlake's travel notebooks as a source for the history of art and the history of Britain's national collection'
13.00-13.45 Lunch
13.45-14.15 AGM
14.15-14.45 Richard Wragg, 'A history of recordkeeping at the National Gallery: curatorial and archival approaches'
14.45-15.15 Adrian Glew, 'Tate Archive and the HLF-funded Archives and Access project'
15.15-15.45 Cathy Courtney, 'The Artists' Lives oral history project at the British Library'
15.45-16.00 Concluding remarks
16.00-16.30 Tea/Coffee

Download poster and program

Past meetings


Treasures of the Brotherton and Beyond

Date: 29 March

Place: The Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery at the University of Leeds

The broad theme of the day is opportunities for public engagement with research collections and there will be a chance to view outstanding medieval and modern items from the Brotherton's rich archive and manuscript collections.

The full programme can be downloaded here as a PDF or .odt file.

Registration (includes tea, coffee, lunch): £20 AMARC members and students, £15 student AMARC members, £25 (non-members).

To register go to:

A PDF copy of this poster is available here.


Manuscripts in the Making: Art and Science

Date: 8-10 December
Place: Cambridge
Manuscripts in the Making: Art and Science

This is not an AMARC meeting, but it is sponsored by AMARC, so members can get a discount of £10 off the full registration fee. For full details see here.

Future meetings will be announced here, and in the Newsletter, in due course.


The British Library is holding a one-day conference on Greek MSS on Monday 19 September.

Details are here, including the full programme.

This is likely to be of interest to a number of our members. As 1 hour 15 mins is scheduled for lunch, there will be time for AMARC members to eat the BL's best sandwiches and also attend our AGM.

AMARC members can book at the student rate (£15 instead of £18).

Date: 22 April
Place: London Metropolitan Archives, Clerkenwell, London
Within and Without the Walls: Sources for the History of Later Medieval and Early Modern London

In addition to an excellent line-up of speakers, the meeting will include an opportunity to view some of the earliest documents held by LMA and to see behind the scenes.

Everyone is welcome. The day will commence at 10:15am and finish at 4:30pm.

The cost of the meeting is £20 for members and students, £25 for non-members and £15 for student AMARC members which includes lunch, tea and coffee.

A programme is now available here (PDF).

To book, please complete the online form at by 10 April.

Click here for a PDF copy of the poster:


Autumn Meeting and AGM

Date: 10-11 September
Place: Trinity College, Dublin
The Book of Kells: Rethinking and Researching a Great National Treasure

This meeting will focus on the Book of Kells, the world's most famous medieval manuscript, with presentations on recent research trends and techniques, and on the challenges faced in displaying great manuscript treasures.

The AMARC AGM will also he held on Friday, 11 September, at 12.30pm

Confirmed presentations include:

Sessions will run from 10:30-17:00 on Thursday 10th and from 09:30-16:00 on Friday 11th. The detailed programme is now available here.

On Thursday evening there will be a special after-hours visit to the National Museum of Ireland and a reception at TCD Library including a private visit to the Book of Kells.

The cost of the meeting is £50 for members and students and £60 for non-members which includes Thursday lunch, teas and coffees, and the reception.

This is sure to be a popular meeting and places are limited. To book, please complete the online form at by 15 July.

Accommodation has been reserved at TCD for participants. Two grades of single rooms are available at 52 or 70 euros per night. To book a room, please go to and enter the dates you wish to book along with the promotional code "AMARC2015" when prompted. Please note that the first night's accommodation is payable immediately; additional nights can be booked and are payable on arrival.

Limited bursaries are available from AMARC for students who are - or would like to become - members, covering travel by the most reasonable means of transport. Bursary application forms are available from the treasurer via email (

Date: 30 April
Place: Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Canterbury Manuscripts

There will be exhibitions of Canterbury manuscripts at the Parker (Corpus Christi) and Wren (Trinity College) libraries.

The cost of the meeting is £25 for members, £20 for students and £35 for non-members which includes lunch, tea and coffee. To book, please complete the online form at by 15 April.

A poster including a list of speakers can be downloaded here (PDF).

A full programme for the day is here (PDF) and a map with some other practical details is here (PDF).


Autumn Meeting and AGM

Date: 15 September
Place: Wellcome Library, Senate House, and Frinds House, London
Bloomsbury Libraries

The programme for the day, including speakers, titles, and tours, is available here (PDF). It will be a peripatetic meeting involving visits to and talks at a number of libraries, including the Wellcome Library and Senate House Library.

The cost of the meeting, which includes lunch, tea and coffee, is £30 for AMARC members and students, and £40 for non-members.

To book, please complete the online form at by 1 September.

Limited bursaries are available from AMARC for students who are - or would like to become - members, covering travel by the most reasonable means of transport. Bursary application forms are available from the treasurer via email (

Winter Meeting

Date: Monday, 1 December
Place: Conference Centre, British Library, London
English Fourteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscripts in the British Library

This meeting celebrates the publication of Lucy Freeman Sandler's volume Illuminators and Patrons in Fourteenth-Century England: The Psalter Hours of Humphrey de Bohun and the Manuscripts of the Bohun Family. For more details, see the poster (.docx).

The conference will begin at 10:45. Papers will be 30 minutes with 15 minutes for questions after each. Lunch will be provided. The sessions will conclude at 5:15, followed by a book launch and reception hosted by Sam Fogg at his gallery for all delegates.

The speakers and their topics are:

Date: 14-16 April
Place: National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
From Glass Case to Cyberspace: Chaucerian Manuscripts Across Time
(IMEMS Chaucer Conference)

Programme: here (.doc file)
For further details see:


Date: 25 September
Place: John Rylands Library, Manchester
Manuscripts and Archives in Manchester

AMARC’s Autumn 2013 meeting will focus upon the rich legacy of manuscripts and archives held in Manchester libraries. As well as exploring their fascinating histories, we will also hear about current initiatives to (re)discover them and make them more accessible to researchers. While libraries such as The John Rylands Library trace their origins to the commerce wealth of Victorian Manchester, like the city they have repositioned themselves to face the challenges of the twenty-first century.

The event will be held in the spectacular John Rylands Library, but we will also hear presentations about developments at Chetham’s Library, the oldest public library in the English-speaking world, founded in 1653, and the current transformation of Manchester Central Library and the exciting Archives+ project.

10.15 Coffee and Registration (Rylands Caf�)
Welcome and Introduction
Christopher de Hamel, Chairman, AMARC
Rachel Beckett, Head of Special Collections and Associate Director of The John Rylands Library
11.00 Manuscript Collecting at Chetham’s Library
Fergus Wilde, Senior Librarian, Chetham’s Library
The 25th and 26th Earls of Crawford and their Manuscript Collections
John Hodgson, Manuscripts and Archives Manager, JRL
Enriqueta Rylands: The Private Collector of a Public Library
Elizabeth Gow, Archivist and Curator of Non-Western Manuscripts, JRL
Lunch (Rylands Caf�)
13.15 Tours of the Collection Care Studio, Heritage Imaging Studio, and display of manuscripts and archives in the Seminar Room
AMARC Annual General Meeting. Members and non-members welcome.
14.30 The Aldine Collections at the John Rylands Library
Julianne Simpson, Rare Books and Maps Manager, JRL
15.00 The John Rylands Research Institute: Current and Future Projects
Peter Pormann, Director of the John Rylands Research Institute
15.30 Central Library Transformation and Archives+: Original Modern
Kevin Bolton, Archives+ Manager, Manchester City Council
Tea/coffee, Rylands Caf�; or further opportunity to view manuscripts and archives
16.30 End

For a programme and booking form click here.


Date: Thursday 29 November
Place: Oxford (morning: Magdalen College; afternoon: visits to conservation studios)
Conserving Manuscripts and Archives in Oxford

The event is being organized by Jane Eagan (Oxford Conservation Consortium), Andrew Honey (Bodleian Conservation and Collection Care); Martin Kauffmann (Bodleian Library) and Julia Walworth (Merton College). The programme (and an application form, which can be found here), includes introductory talks from the heads of OCC and Bodleian Conservation on their studios/work programmes, followed by talks from OCC/Bodleian conservators on treatments. In the afternoon visits will be paid to OCC studio and Bodleian Osney Conservation studio to see conservation projects, processes, materials, concerns, etc. Transport by minibus will be provided between the venues.
Summer Meeting and AGM

Date: Friday, 13th July
Place: Dulwich College, London
Manuscripts and Archives in School Collections

The full program and an application form may be downloaded here.
Directions to the College are here.

11.00 Registration and coffee Masters Library, Centre Block of the Barry Buildings
11.30 Dr Christopher de Hamel, Chairman Welcome and introduction
11.45 Robert Weaver, Keeper of the Fellows Library, Dulwich College Overview of the Dulwich Collections
12.15 Prof. Grace Ioppolo, University of Reading Digitising the Henslowe Papers of Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre history at Dulwich
12.45 Robert Weaver The John Reading Music Manuscripts of Dulwich: an exercise in early transcription
1.00 Lunch in the Masters Library
Treasures of Dulwich will be on display in the Archives exhibition area of the Wodehouse Library

1.40 AGM
Old Library
2.00 Dr Geoffrey Day, Keeper of the Fellows and Eccles Libraries, Winchester College Treasures of Winchester College
2.30 Elizabeth Wells, Archivist and Records Manager, Westminster School The Westminster School Archive, with special reference to the Town Boy Ledgers and Lawrence Tanner Journal
3.0 Penny Hatfield, Archivist, Eton College Archives at Eton and literary manuscripts in College Library- acquisition and use
3.30 Discussion and closing comments
3.50 Tea in Masters Library and tours of the Barry Buildings / final view of the exhibition

Dulwich Picture Gallery locally is open free to delegates up to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)


Winter Meeting

Date: Friday, 9th December
Place: National Library of Scotland
The John Murray Archive: Engagement and enjoyment of a publishing collection

The full program and an application form may be downloaded here.

Summer Meeting and AGM

Date: Monday, 27 June
Place: Lambeth Palace

Writing and Re-Writing the Word: Bible Manuscripts and Archives

For the full programme and a booking sheet, click here

For a map showing public transport links, click here


Date: Friday, 3 December
Place: Senate House, University of London (map here)
Palaeography and Post-Palaeography: Manuscripts from the First to the Twenty-First Century

Full programme here

Date: Wednesday, 7July

Place: Arts Centre Lecture Theatre, University Park, University of Nottingham
The Wollaton Medieval Manuscripts projects

10.00-17.00 Exhibition: Saints, Sinners and Storytellers:
Wollaton Medieval Manuscripts at the University of Nottingham
Weston Gallery
Registration and coffee Angear Visitors' Centre
11.30 Christopher de Hamel,
AMARC Chairman


Dorothy Johnston,
University of Nottingham,
Manuscripts and Special Collection
The Wollaton Medieval Manuscripts: curatorial problems and opportunities
11.55 Thorlac Turville-Petre,
University of Nottingham
Exploring the Wollaton Library Collection through a family archive
12.20 Ralph Hanna,
Keble College Oxford
The booklet in medieval manuscript cataloguing
12.45 Lunch 
Angear Visitors' Centre
2.00 AMARC A.G.M.
2.10 Alixe Bovey,
University of Kent
Chaworth's Antiphonal: From Wiverton to Wollaton
2.40 Christopher de Hamel,
Corpus Christi College Cambridge
The Ceolfrith Bible and the Wollaton Archives
3.05 Kathryn Summerwill,
University of Nottingham,
Manuscripts and Special Collections
Women in the Wollaton manuscripts: developing a web resource
3.30 Final discussion

Tea Angear Visitors' Centre

Full details and booking form here


Date: Tuesday, 15 December
Place: Magdalen and other Colleges, Oxford
Historic Muniment Rooms, their Contents, and their Custodians

10:30 Magdalen College Coffee and tea
11.00-12.30 Presenations:  
  John Steane, Oxford Medieval Muniment Rooms, Furnishings and Information Retrieval Systems
  Robin Darwall-Smith, Archivist, University College and Magdalen College Oxford
Michael Riordan, Archivist, St John's College and The Queen's College Oxford
'Bad and Dangerous Work': Scholarly Excesses in Oxford College Archives
  Elisabeth Leedham-Green, Darwin College, Cambridge Some Cambridge Muniment Rooms
12:30   Lunch (attendees will be supplied with maps and a list of central cafes etc.)
  Visits to Oxford Muniment Rooms (usually closed to visitors), including: The Oxford University Archives
Magdalen College Archives
Merton College Archives
3:30 - 4:30 Corpus Christi College Tea


Date: 7 August
Place: Prior's Hall, Durham
The Manuscripts of Bede

AMARC's summer 2008 meeting will offer the opportunity to explore Bede's manuscripts and the subsequent study of them only yards from the great man himself in Durham Cathedral. The meeting will be based in the Prior's Hall, which is just outside the cathedral's cloister. AMARC is grateful to Richard Gameson, professor of the history of the book at Durham University, and Joan Williams, Durham Cathedral Librarian, for facilitating this meeting.

For full details, including a map and a booking form (.doc file), click here.


Date: 10 December
Place: St William�"s College, York
Historical Manuscripts and Archives: Their Significance for Culture and Learning

This year�"s AMARC winter meeting will be held in the afternoon at St William�"s College (, a mediaeval hall in York, hard by the cathedral. Attendance, including afternoon tea/coffee and biscuits, costs �20. Registration is from 1.30 pm, with the programme proper running from 2-5 pm.

Pre-Meeting Visits: Participants who arrive early are invited to visit the York Minster Library, in the adjacent cathedral grounds. A bus ride (No. 4) away from the city centre and St William's College lies the new home of the Borthwick Institute ( on the University of York campus, where there is an exhibition organised in conjunction with the City of York Council, celebrating 150 year of civil registration.

This bicentennial of the abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire has raised general awareness of the importance of historical documents, at the same time generating an increased level of public interest, if not excitement. This end-of-year meeting uses this theme as a basis to reflect on how expectations of access to such materials are changing. The panel includes speakers with experience as archivists, curators and academics. They will explore such challenging issues as:

Registration (and tea/coffee)
2.00-2.05 Christopher de Hamel, Chair of AMARC Welcome remarks
2.05-2.35 Patrick Cadell, former Keeper of the Archives of Scotland 'Lost, stolen or strayed: archives as cultural symbol'
2.35-3.05 Kenneth Morgan, Brunel University
3.30-4.00 David Pelteret, King's College, London
4.00-4.30 Chris Web, Keeper of the Archives at the Borthwick Institute, University of York The conservation and editorial aspects of the HLF-funded project to put the Lascelles family's West Indies slave plantation records online
4.30-5.00 Dorothy Johnston, Head of Special Collection at the University of Nottingham, and others Panel discussion, with Q&A
Concluding remarks and Close

To register, send your name and address and a cheque for �20 (�15 for students) payable to 'AMARC' (please write 'AMARC Winter Meeting' on the back) to:
Dr Roderic Vassie
c/o Microform Academic Publishers
Main Street
East Ardsley
United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)1924 825700
F: +44 (0)1924 871005

Date: 2-3 July
Place: British Library, London
Treasures: Known and Unknown

Please note that the Bedford Hours exhibit now on display will close at the end of the day on Monday 2 July. The exhibit will be open before the conference starts in the British Library Treasures Gallery from 9:30.

Monday, 2 July: The Bedford Hours: Owners and Illuminators
14:00-14:30 Eberhard K�nig Questions Concerning the Bedford Hours
14.30-15.00 Jenny Stratford Additions to the Bedford Hours and the Bedford Portraits
15.00-15.30 Catherine Reynolds The Dates of the Bedford Hours
15.30-16.00 Coffee/Tea break
16.00-16.30 Patricia Stirnemann The Tr�s Riches Heures and the Bedford Hours
16.30-17.00 Roger Wieck A Lombard's Legacy Lost: The Master of Walters 219, the Tr�s Riches Heures, and the Bedford Hours
17.00-17.30 Panel discussion
18:00 Keynote address by
John Lowden
Researching Illuminated Manuscripts in the Digital Era
19:00 Reception
Tuesday, 3 July: Treasure: The British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts
10:00-10:30 Registration
10:30-10:45 Welcome
Session 1
10:45-11:15 Anne Korteweg The Master of the Trivial Heads
11:15-11:45 Philippe Palasi Databases and Heraldry: Examples of Manuscripts from the British Library
11:45-12:15 Coffee/Tea break
Session 2
12:15-12:45 Michael Gullick Fragments of a Norman Bible and Other Fragments
12:45-13:15 Sandy Heslop Title to be confirmed
13:15-14:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 AMARC Annual General Meeting
Session 3
14:30-15:00 Stella Panayotova East Anglian Manuscripts of the Early Fourteenth Century in the British Library
15:00-15:30 Mara Hofmann The Perception of Unfinished Art Works: The Hours of Dionora of Urbino (Y. Th. 7) and other British Library Manuscripts
15:30-16:00 Coffee/Tea break
Session 4
16:00-16:30 David Rundle A Prince and his Readings : Findings from the Margins of the British Library Manuscripts from the Collection of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester
16:30-17.00 Final remarks

Registration form

The following fees apply: �35 Standard; �30 AMARC Members; �15 Students/All others.


Date: 18 April
Place: Merton College, Oxford
Collections at Risk: afternoon meeting, Chaired by Dr Julia Walworth, Fellow Librarian of Merton College

2.00-2.15 Registration
2.15-2.45 Christopher de Hamel, Fellow Librarian, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge 'Hereford Cathedral's plan to sell the Mappa Mundi'
2.45-3.15 Stella Panayotova, Keeper of Manuscripts and Printed Books, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge 'The Macclesfield Psalter'
3.15-4.00 Tea
4.00-4.30 Graham Shaw, Head of Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections, The British Library 'The Endangered Archives Programme: a new initiative to help safeguard the global record'
4.30-5.00 Alison Walker, Head of Programmes, National Preservation Office 'Assessing and comparing risks to collections using the NPO Preservation Assessment Survey'

Booking form (Word file: please print and send with payment)


Date: 12 July
Place: Arts Lecture Theatre, Lakeside Arts Centre, University of Nottingham
AGM and meeting on the theme of Access and Restrictions in Modern Papers and Archives

A study day for archivists and historians, with particular reference to Data Protection and Freedom of Information in the Reading Room

Edward Higgs Politics of official information in England - an historical perspective
Nina Fishman Political biography in the 20th century
Opportunity to view exhibition in Weston Gallery:
'Hooked on Books. The Library of Sir John Soane, Architect, 1753-1837'
Susan Healy Moving into a Compliance Regime
Christine Woodland Twentieth-century archives
Helen Wakely Keeping a healthy perspective
Christine Penney University archives
Panel Session with the speakers, chaired by Elizabeth Shepherd  

Full details and application forms should ahve been received by AMARC Members with their copy of the May 2003 AMARC Newsletter. Further copies can be downloaded as a Word document here (42 KB).

Date: 5-6 January
Place: London: The Society of Antiquaries, the Royal Academy, and the V&A Museum
Manuscripts in Major Exhibitions: Flemish and Gothic

Society of Antiquaries  
Janet Backhouse A Question of Compromise: the Choice of Manuscripts for a General Exhibition of Medieval Art
Eleanor Townsend Gothic: Art for England 1400-1547, V&A Museum
John J.G. Goodall Manuscripts and Architecture
Scot McKendrick Making 'Illuminating the Renaissance': Conception, Collaboration, and Compromise
John Lowden Medieval Manuscripts on Exhibition: Reflecting on Purposes, Practicalities, and Possibilities
Royal Academy of Arts Private view of the 'Illuminating the Renaissance' exhibition

V&A Museum Private view of the 'Gothic' exhibition

RA Facade V&A Door


Date: 7 July
Place: The Library, Palace Green, University of Durham
Title: Provenance and Durham, preceded by the AGM.
This meeting is deliberately scheduled to occur in the same week as the Early Book Society Conference in Durham, in the hope that participants of one will be able to attend the other.

Tours of the Old Buildings, including an exhibition
Coffee and registration in Little Cosin
AMARC AGM in Cosin Library
John Hall Welcome
Ian Doyle Provenance and the Cosin Library
Lunch in Hatfield College
David Rollason The Provenance of the Liber Vitae: (BL, Cotton MS. Domitian VII): Researching Function and Provenance
Michael Gullick The Origins of the Manuscripts of Bishop William of St Calais (1089-96)
Tea in Little Cosin
Alan Piper The Provenance of Durham Cathedral's Muniments 1400-1430
David Pearson Provenance Evidence from Bindings
Close and further opportunity to view the Old Buildings

Date: 4 April
Place: Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London
Title: Picturing places: collecting and interpreting topographical drawings


Bernard Nurse The Society of Antiquaries as patron and collector
John Farrant Compiling a county inventory of topographical drawings: experience from Sussex
Paul Harvey Souvenirs of landscape: the tourist picture book in Britain
Elizabeth Williamson Particular places: the role of topographical drawings in their interpretation
Brett Dolman "A Grimm view of Kirkby": topographical drawings and local history'
Sarah Wickham Church Plans Online: the project, the resource
Display of topographical drawings in the Library


Date: 13 December, 1.30-6.30 p.m.
Place: The Warburg Institute, University of London
Title: Manuscripts and the Italian Renaissance: a conference in honour of the late Professor A. C. de la Mare


Christpher de Hamel The study of Italian Humanistic manuscripts in England from Cockerell to de la Mare
Nicholas Mann Petrarch's English journey: the discovery of Renaissance Man
Albert Derolez Ruling in Quattrocento manuscripts: types and techniques
David Rundle Humanistic manuscripts owned by John Tiptoft
Ann Rycraft "Often scruffy documents": looking for English humanistic script

Dates: 21-22 September
Place: Trinity College, Dublin
Title: From Codex to Copyright: Literary Manuscripts and Archives

John Scattergood The Middle English Manuscripts at TCD
Kathryn Johnson, 'Not without the express permission of the copyright holder': access, copyright and modern drama collections
Christopher Fletcher, Collecting the papers of living authors
Jude Dicken, 'Irreducible Plurality', the MSS and papers of Alasdair Gray and Muriel Spark
David Sutton, An update on the WATCH project [Writers and their Copyright Holders] and on the Location Register of English literary manuscripts and letters
John Banville, novelist, talk about his work and working methods
Reception in Long Room, TCD Library
Viewing of Book of Kells and the exhibition 'Turning darkness into light'
Exhibition of literary manuscripts from TCD library
Visit to Archbishop Marsh's Library, St Patrick's Close, Dublin, introduced by the Librarian, Mrs Muriel McCarthy
Tour of the Chester Beatty Library

Date: 1 July
Place: Merton College, Oxford
Title: Manuscripts in the Time of Sir Thomas Bodley
The programme for the day.

David Vaisey speaking

David Vaisey delivering the first paper of the day, in front of the funerary monument of Sir Thomas Bodley in the ante-chapel at Merton College.

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An exhibition of items relating to the theme of the meeting, put on specially for AMARC members in the Old Library, Merton College.

Both pictures used here by permission of the Warden and Fellows of Merton College

Date: 16 April
Place: National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth
Title: Word and Image: Manuscripts and Art at the National Library of Wales
Daniel Huws
, Illuminated manuscripts at the National Library of Wales
Maredudd ap Huw, The Hengwrt Chaucer on CD-ROM
Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, The archives of Gwen and Augustus John
Rhiannon Michaelson-Yeates, The hidden history of women artists: Lily Whaite and the Gwynedd Ladies' Art Society
Paul Joyner, An introduction to the Framed Works of Art database
Conducted tours of the building; exhibition of medieval manuscripts; and an exhibition of Library treasures will also be available


'Exhibiting Manuscripts', at the British Library, 11 December

'From Codex to Copyright', Trinity College, Dublin, September, postponed due to events in New York

'Matthew Paris Disbound', at the Parker Library, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 3 July


'Manuscripts of the First Millenium', at the British Library, 5 December

AGM, at York Minster Library, 4 July

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