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Michelle Brown Lecture

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  “From Eastern Deserts to Western Isles: evidence for contact between the churches of the Near East, Britain and Ireland between Rome and the Crusades”

Monday, November 3, 2014
3:30 p.m.
Armstrong Browning Library, Treasure Room

Michelle P. Brown FSA
Professor Emerita, SAS, University of London Visiting Professor, University College London Visiting Professor, Baylor University Distinguished Scholar, Green Scholars Initiativebrown

Dr Brown is leading expert on medieval Latin mss of the Christian tradition; codicology; medieval art history; current book projects are ‘Celtic, Pictish and Anglo-Saxon Visual Culture’ for the Bodleian, (2015), and ‘The Latin MSS of the Holy Monastery of St Catherine’s, Sinai’ forthcoming.
 
The Baylor University Collegium for Manuscript Research is an association of Baylor scholars who do manuscript or papyrus research in Hebrew, Greek, Syriac, Latin and several medieval vernaculars. We have formed a collegium to facilitate the work of our members, which includes primary research on both documentary and literary papyri, the preparation of diplomatic editions with translation, critical editions and the study of reading practices.